Property Management Blog

How Can I Find Good Tenants for my Rental Property?
System - Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Property Management Blog
As a landlord, one of the most taxing times of the year is when a lease expires and they have to find new tenants for their property. Finding good tenants is not an easy task and there is no fail-proof way of ensuring that the tenants you eventually ...
General Maintenance Before Showing Your Rental to Tenants
System - Sunday, January 4, 2015
Property Management Blog
Rental season is in full swing as people scurry to find that September 1st apartment before all the good ones vanish off the market. As a landlord, it is your duty to make sure all repairs, maintenance and renovations are done as soon as possible so ...
Can My Landlord Walk Into My Apartment Without Permission?
System - Saturday, January 3, 2015
Property Management Blog
In one word, no. Your landlord cannot just sashay into your apartment while you’re in the shower or in bed without making an appointment with you first. Massachusetts general laws require a landlord to allow a tenant the “quiet enjoyment&...
What is Massachusetts’ Law About Security Deposits?
System - Monday, December 29, 2014
Property Management Blog
A security deposit is a way of minimizing the risk associated with renting out a property to tenants. In Massachusetts law, a landlord can only charge the equivalent of one month’s rent as security deposit that will be returned to the tenant on...
How Do I Prepare My House For a Quick Sale?
System - Sunday, December 28, 2014
Property Management Blog
If you want to sell your house quickly, you’ll need to consider a number of factors that could make your home attractive to potential buyers. A buyer could reject your house for many different reasons like a high asking price, the color of your...
Money Saving Tips for Buying Investment Property
System - Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Property Management Blog
What Is Investment Property? An investment property is any property - a house, an apartment building, a condominium or commercial real estate - for the purpose of earning a solid Return on Investment (ROI). This ROI could be through renting out the p...
Granite Countertops and Kitchen Remodeling – Is It Worth the ROI?
System - Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Property Management Blog
Many people decide to remodel their home right before they put it out on the market thinking that this will increase the value and the price they can get for the house. While this may be true in many cases, there have been cases where home sellers ha...
What Not to Buy for Your First Shared Apartment
System - Saturday, December 13, 2014
Property Management Blog
You just got your first apartment and are full of ideas about décor and furniture for your new home. Before you go out there and spend large amounts of money on buying stuff and end up regretting it later, there are a few things you shou...
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Renting Out to Students
System - Saturday, December 13, 2014
Property Management Blog
Living in Boston, it would be almost impossible not to see groups of students and graduates populating the streets of the city. Boston neighborhoods close to popular educational institutions like Fenway-Kenmore, Brookline, Allston-Brighton and Newton...
Online Property Management – The Benefit to Owners and Tenants
System - Sunday, November 30, 2014
Property Management Blog
When property owners decide to work with a property manager to help with their house or apartment, they usually look at some of the most obvious things when choosing who to hire. For example, track record, experience in the neighborhood, recommendati...

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