Steer Clear of Your Next Eviction: A Guide for Rental Property Owners.

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We are excited to share with you a free copy of Rent Perfect's new eBook, "Steer Clear of Your Next Eviction: A Guide for Rental Property Owners." David Pickron, President of Rent Perfect, shares over 20 years of knowledge in this book which is overflowing with great advice for landlords as well as seasoned and new investors. Learn some common mistakes made during the application process, costly red flags and money-saving tips to help you steer clear of your next eviction.

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Are you Missing a Important Rental Protection?

on Saturday, 03 December 2016. Posted in News

A strong Lease and a thorough investigative background check, performed and verified by a live person, are your first and best lines of defense against losses as an investment property owner. But even with those safeguards in place, there may be an important laer of protection that you're missing..

To understand why, imagine for a moment that you’re sitting at your desk. The phone rings, and when you answer the voice on the other end of the line is introduced as a lawyer. You can already assume this isn’t going to be a pleasant conversation, so you simply close your eyes and wonder, “What the heck is happening now...”

Are You a Real Investor... or Just Another Landlord?

on Wednesday, 21 December 2016. Posted in News

While most of us like to think of ourselves as "investors" instead of "landlords," the difference between the two is more than just a preferred term. Investors generally spend their money on rental properties and use them to generate income; landlords spend their time managing tenants and day-to-day problems.

Rent Perfect, Where Have You Been All My Life?

on Wednesday, 21 December 2016. Posted in News

In the digital age, it's sometimes easy to catch yourself wondering how we ever got along without the kinds of technologies we take for granted these days. Imagine trying to run your rental business without cell phones, text messages, and emails. Even for those of us who did just that, doesn't the process now seem like a lot of unnecessary effort and frustration?