• Landlord Virgins: Tips for Your First Time

    Well, it’s your first time. You’re new at this. It’s uncharted territory. You’re a little nervous, but you’ve heard good things. Will you be any good at it? What if you’re awful? Welcome to being a landlord. Getting started is a lot less daunting than you’d think, but before you ...

How to Create a Successful Rental Ad [FREE Guide]

Before you screen the tenants, before you talk about leases and before you even think about handing over the keys to your rental property, you start with a rental ad. Your rental ad is your first impression and, well, first impressions count. If you can’t create a compelling rental ad, you run the risk of [...]

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Regional Market Data for the Twin Cities – Q2 Revue

At Renters Warehouse, we ensure that you are supported by the very best property management in the industry. We are currently expanding nationwide with locations in Arizona, Texas and Georgia, to name but a few, with our home office based out of Minnesota. We pride ourselves in being able to interpret the often confusion-causing data [...]

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5 Reasons Why You Should Be Buying to Rent

  Have you been eyeing a real estate investment you’re hoping to turn into a rental property and some extra income? Perhaps it’s time to stop straddling that fence and make the purchase. We’re not promising an easy, breezy road ahead as owning a rental property does take time and work. But as far as [...]

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Navigating The Confusing World of Tenant Leases

Ever attempt to write up a tenant-landlord lease? It’s actually quite difficult. You need to make sure that you don’t forget anything and have clear-cut wording. Forgetting a crucial aspect of a lease could leave you in a lot of trouble not only with your tenants but also with the law. We have created a [...]

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5 Effective Tactics to Retain Great Tenants

When it comes to being a landlord, the best case scenario involves a well maintained property and hassle-free tenants. Finding them can be a tough task on it’s own, but once you’ve screened and nabbed yourself great tenants, you’re going to want to keep them for as long as possible. That’s going to take a [...]

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