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Six Nightmare Tenants To Look Out For

26th January 2011
Our aim here is to identify the 6 worst types of tenants and give some advice on how to avoid the exposure in this market place. The buy to let market is currently on the rebound as there are not enough properties for people to buy that are affordable or ... Read >
Author: Timothy Frodsham

Important Information On Tenant Eviction

06th January 2011
A landlord will evict a tenant for many reasons but sometimes it's just one. This is a difficult process for everyone involved but there are times when he has no choice. There must be a valid reason for the eviction with proof such as pictures and notes p... Read >
Author: Evic Angel

London's newcomers tips

30th September 2010
If you have decided that you want to come to the UK to live the difficulty of the process will largely be a matter of where you are coming from and the reason for your move. The most general points to remember are that if you are coming to the UK from out... Read >
Author: Alfred Halfnight

The Pros & Cons Of Section 8

15th September 2010
As a landlord investor there are many options that are available to you besides the traditional rental agreement. Some landlords prefer to utilize the lease option strategy. There is another strategy that other landlords like as well. This strategy involv... Read >
Author: Mike

Solar Panel Secrets for Renters

05th July 2010
You know about the energy benefits that are possible from switching to solar energy from traditional power-plant energy. Maybe you would like to live off the grid because you care about the environment and want to reduce your carbon footprint. But there's... Read >
Author: solarhomes

Learning The Importance Of Housing Tenure

28th June 2010
There are many types of housing across the world, and the best way to distinguish one type of housing from others is through its type of ownership, or what professionals call it as housing tenure. Housing tenure is a very important term used by many real ... Read >
Author: Catherine Ruiz

Secured Party Creditor Basics

31st May 2010
A secured party creditor holds an interest in the goods or property of another person or business. This can be real estate property or personal property that is usually used as collateral. It is a legally recognized status in the US court system. In the e... Read >
Author: Art Jones

The 5 Keys To Successful Rental Property Management

07th May 2010
If you were to talk with most property landlords about rental property management, there are 5 things which will always be brought up. These are known as the pillars of managing a rental property, and are applicable everywhere, no matter where you are ... Read >
Author: martinsejas

Power of Attorney for Real estate Contracts

04th May 2010
One of the most powerful tools is the use of power of attorney in connection to your real estate contract. But, you have to observe extra care to avoid potential downfalls. Real estate lawyers from Arizona provide common questions of business owners who a... Read >
Author: James Kahn

Advantages Of Buying A Condo Unit, Townhouse, Or an Apartment

30th April 2010
There are many types or residential Real estate Philippines today. Other than the usual house, other types of houses such as townhouses, apartments, and condominiums have recently become very popular for many Filipinos. Part of what made these types of ho... Read >
Author: Deirdre

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Owner Occupancy And Tenancy

30th April 2010
Housing tenure is a term used in residential real estate to define a type of ownership an individual or group has on a type of housing. On today's market, there has been many forms of housing tenure, from housing cooperative to condominiums and public hou... Read >
Author: Deirdre

Does Renter's Insurance Cover My Pets?

22nd March 2010
This is a question that has many areas that need to be addressed. There is no simple answer here. That is such a broad question; it would be impossible to provide a simple "yes" or "no" in response. Most likely the response would be, "Well, that all depen... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Advantages and disadvantages of lease forms

03rd March 2010
Introduction The landlord and the tenant must enter into one of the two legal contract before the landlord can rent a rental unit. Two kinds of agreement through which a property can be rented are: a periodic rental agreement or a lease. Under a lea... Read >
Author: James Kahn

Five common Lease Forms

08th January 2010
. Residential Lease Extension - This is used when a tenant decided to extend the previous lease and must be agreed upon by the landlord and the tenant. New lease is not necessary to be made, most of the time the lease still continues and be carried over t... Read >
Author: James Kahn

How to deal with bad landlords

08th January 2010
If you're having problems with your landlord, and if you think that they are abusing your rights or if you think they are taking advantage of you, then you must fight for your rights and for you to do that, here are the following tips: 1. The first t... Read >
Author: James Kahn
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