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Unexpected Pets? Consider These Tips From DFW Property Management
Rental Property Tips, Tenant Screening, Pets, Real Estate Tips, DFW Property Management

Dec 24, 2020 8:00:00 AM

Unexpected Pets? Consider These Tips From DFW Property Management

According to a survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association, 68% of households in the United States own a pet. This statistic explains why most rental property owners and property managers consider permitting pets to be a crucial component for rental success. 

Texas is also a ...

5 Awesome Benefits of Hiring Plano Property Management Professionals
Tenant Screening, Maintenance, Tax Time, Plano Property Management

Sep 10, 2020 7:00:00 AM

5 Awesome Benefits of Hiring Plano Property Management Professionals

If you have become an accidental real estate investor—and you have no Plano property management experience—don’t panic. You are among the privileged 8% of Americans who already own real estate investment property! There are 7 million more people with plans to join that exclusive group you are in....

When Renters Leave—and Stuff Stays | Plano Property Management Tips
Tenant Screening, Rental Property, Plano Property Management

Sep 3, 2020 7:15:00 AM

When Renters Leave—and Stuff Stays | Plano Property Management Tips

'Get into real estate and rent out your property,' they said. After all: the risks are low, and the profits are high! However, what happens when your renter deserts your rental? Plano property management companies and courts of law often manage disputes between investors and renters—and one of the...

Finding Renters as a First Time Landlord | McKinney Property Management Tips
Tenant Screening, Rental Property, McKinney Property Management

May 28, 2020 7:00:00 AM

Finding Renters as a First Time Landlord | McKinney Property Management Tips

Without a tenant, you have a lovely—yet emptyinvestment property to show off to your friends, family, and perhaps some tourists. You could charge money for tickets to view your pristine property—but you won't make much money on your North Texas investment that way unless your property happens to...

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