Property Management Blog

5 Things Landlords Should Know About Security Deposits

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As a landlord, it can be difficult to know how much to charge your tenants. You can look up the average rent in Salt Lake City, which is $1,112 for a one-bedroom, however, this doesn't include the cost of liability. If yo... read more >>

5 Property Maintenance Tips for All Landlords

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You're not alone if you're a property manager managing your own property. Approximately 40% of landlords manage their own properties.Some managers handle maintenance, advertising, and leasing. Understandably, it can feel l... read more >>

The Benefits of Tenant Screening Services

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Salt Lake City, UT, has one of the largest tenant populations with 47.8% of people renting a home in 2020 as opposed to owning one. However, just because the town has a lot of renters, doesn't mean that they are all trust... read more >>

Can a Property Management Company Collect Rent for Me?

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In the US, 15% of American households (6 million) are behind on rent this fall. As a landlord, you've got bills to pay too, so you need your tenants to pay on time. Otherwise, your own quality of life can suffer.You might be u... read more >>

4 Benefits of Investing in REITs

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Should you invest in REITs? If you've done any of your own research into investing, no doubt you've heard of them.But despite being around since the 1960s, REITs didn't take off in the U.S. until the 90s. Since then, t... read more >>

5 Tips to Attract Tenants in a Tough Market

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Since peaking in 2009, the rental vacancy rate in Salt Lake County has decreased from 8.16%. Although the vacancy rate is falling, it's never easy to attract tenants when the market becomes tough.Your investment property can o... read more >>

What Are Typical Application Fees in Salt Lake City?

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Utah's housing market has been riding high for some time. There are signs that it's starting to cool down, but with 70% of Utahns priced out of homeownership, there is strong demand in the rental market. If you've... read more >>

How Do You Calculate Prorated Rent?

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When a tenant pays a 'prorated rent,' it means that they're only paying a portion of the regular rent. There are many scenarios where charging your rent this way can make things fair for your tenant. Therefore, it'... read more >>

What’s Next After Buying Your First Rental Property?

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If you just purchased your first rental property, congratulations! You are well on your way to becoming financially free and gaining that independence you seek. There is so much you will learn on this journey of becoming a re... read more >>
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