Category Tenant Resources | SureWay Property Management

Your Tenant is moving out – Why speed is important!

Your Tenant is moving out – Why speed is important Ok, so you own a rental property – Congratulations!  Your property can be a terrific investment.  Everything is great when you have a good long-term tenant that pays the rent on time and cares for your property. At some point however, every great tenant decides to end …

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7 Tips for Cleaning your Rental Property

7 Tips for Cleaning Your Rental Property Ok, so you own a rental property – Congratulations.  Your property can be a great investment.  There are many things to do to get it ready for new tenants. Inspections, leases, repairs, cleaning and more.      Your Agent will market the property and start showing it to prospective tenants.  One of the …

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Challenging Times for Rental Property Owners

We understand that stress and pressure on you as the property owner can come from two main areas. Firstly, you rely on the rent as income for your mortgage payment, insurance, repairs, and other commitments. When that income is suddenly taken away, your bills can begin to back up. You risk your reputation and your …

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Your Ever-So-Mysterious Credit Score is just so, well, Mysterious!

Every since I began selling homes as a Realtor 30 years ago (and now as an instructor at Garden State Real Estate Academy), people have asked me how their credit score is compiled. I know my friends at SureWay Property Management get asked the same question by both their landlord clients and the tenants who …

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Long-or-Short Term Lease? You Decide…

Leases come in all shapes and sizes, usually full of legal jargon and phrases you don’t quite understand. While many rental leases are typically for 12 months, you’re likely to come across a few short-term leases out there as well. Depending on your situation, a short-term rental may work better than a long-term rental. Not …

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What Should You Look For When Evaluating Your First Rental?

When you’re looking to diversify your investment portfolio, and real estate is the answer…consider the following when evaluating your first rental. Neighborhood – the quality of the neighborhood in which you buy will influence both the types of tenants you attract and how often you face vacancies. Property Taxes – property taxes are not standard …

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Did You Know Rent Payments Can Affect Your Credit?

Why Building Your Credit History Is Important Credit plays an important role in your life — affecting the purchases you make and much more. A credit history is vital in today’s economy and enables you to obtain valuable credit services such as credit cards, mortgages and auto loans. Lenders use credit reports and credit scores …

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