Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, June 06, 2017
Fair Housing and Reasonable Modifications
The Federal Fair Housing Act (known as the Act) prohibits discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, familial status, and disability. The Department of Justice and the Department of Housing (the DOJ) and Urban Development (HUD) jointly enforce this landmar...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Twelve Good Atlanta Property Management Practices
Our blog posts cover many Atlanta property management issues, but as we move forward, we want to review twelve practices that we, as your Atlanta property management company, use to protect your investment.
1 - Support Fair Housing
This is crucial to successful Atlanta property mana...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Can you really prevent smoking in your rental property?
So, you have decided to
rent out your property. After finding what appears to be the perfect tenant,
you sit down to go over the lease agreement together. While in this meeting,
you point out to your new tenant that there is to be no smoking inside the
rental home. Your new ten...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Tips for Enhancing the Curb Appeal of Your Rental Property
The greatest selling point of your vacant rental property is its curb appeal. The way your curb looks, influences the type and quantity of prospective tenants it attracts. Hence, if you want to find occupants for your property quickly, your Atlanta property management expe...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, May 09, 2017
Atlanta: Just How Good is the Rental
markets – They can change in a heartbeat. So many factors work together to
determine what will be the best environment or the worst environment for
investors. It is important for anyone interested in investing funds in a rental
property to do a his or her fair share of res...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, May 02, 2017
Atlanta – Ranked #1 for Rental Properties
So, what determines whether a city is good for rental properties? What factors do investors look at?
Economic factors. Investors look for signs of growth in the city’s economy. Areas that see a rise in corporations moving regional headquarters or branches are positively eye-catch...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, April 25, 2017
You Found an Unauthorized Pet in your Property – Now What?
Almost everyone loves animals, but not everyone wants to pay the additional fees required by most landlords or Atlanta property management companies as part of a pet security deposit. Some landlords may not allow animals at all! It is in this very instance that your ...
Web Admin - Tuesday, April 18, 2017
3 Things I Wish I'd Known Before Renting My Home Out
They say your house is your
castle. But if you own more than one, you might be thinking of renting it out. Atlanta Property management looks like not a big deal, until you try to do this on your
own. Later on, it turns out there is a brave new world of regulations,
Web Admin - Tuesday, April 11, 2017
5 Warning Signs of a Bad Tenant
Let me guess what a landlord’s
perfect reality looks like. All prospects have a good credit score, a perfect
background, and a high monthly income. They have no pets, little kids, or bad
habits. They also hate loud music and late-night parties. Sorry for revealing
the truth, but this picture ...
Marina Shlomov - Tuesday, April 04, 2017
a Tenant Passes Away in your Rental Property – How to Handle it Properly?
Death is a fact of life.
And it is going to have to happen somewhere. But, what if death occurs on your
rental property? If one of your tenants passes away while living in your rental
property, do you automatically take possession back of the residen...