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How to Effectively Maintain a Rental Property

One of the responsibilities of rental owners is to ensure that the properties are well-maintained and habitable at all times. Such efforts not only help in saving money that would have gone to endless repairs but also aids in enhancing the aesthetics and perceived value of the assets. Well maintained rental properties tend to attract […]

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Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Rental Property

After months of freezing weather in Boise, Idaho it’s common for us to get the itch of opening up the windows and cleaning our place. As a responsible property owner, one of your tasks is to care for your properties and investments the same way you do for your own home. Likewise, springtime is the […]

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What Do You Know About Your Landlord Rights and Service Animals?

If you own a No-Pet property, you may want to consider changing your preference to Pets – Negotiable. Tenants with service animals have been afforded rights for “reasonable accommodation” since the implementation of the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988. However, with the emergence of the assistance animal the numbers of tenants applying for tenancy […]

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Key Elements To Include in Your Boise Rental Agreement

What is a rental agreement? A lease or rental agreement establishes the terms by which a landlord grants use of his or her property to a tenant or renter. While Idaho law allows for oral lease and rental agreements for up to one year, it would be foolhardy to enter into any rental agreement in […]

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8 Priceless Tips for Being a Better Landlord

Being a Boise landlord has its perks. For starters, there is a huge demand for decent, affordable housing, which means that you will rarely lack tenants. The challenge, however, is that you need high-quality and well-paying tenants, who will also take care of the property. A majority of rental property owners in Idaho, therefore, opt […]

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What To Do When Your Tenant Turns Up Dead!

It is doubtful many part-time property managers consider the possibility of finding a dead tenant when they perform a property inspection. However, this is a very real possibility and has been experienced by most professional property managers at least once in their career. Report the Death If your tenant appears to have gone to ground, […]

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