Whether you have a single rental property or an entire portfolio of investments, deciding how to manage those homes and the tenants who live in them is an important decision. You can either choose to manage the properties on your own, as a self-managing landlord, or you can hire a professional property management company to do it for you.
It’s hard to believe that we’re already halfway through the year. In 2019, we have had some interesting developments in the Vancouver rental market, and we believe it remains an ideal place for investors to continue buying homes that they’ll rent out.
One of a landlord’s biggest fears is that the tenant they place won’t pay rent. To effectively earn money off your investment property, you need to collect rent consistently and on time every month. We’re sharing some Vancouver rent collection tips today.
A hot topic lately with most landlords and real estate investors is pets and how they differ from emotional support animals. One of the problems we frequently see is tenants who claim that they have an emotional support animal when 95 percent of the time, it’s really just a pet being disguised as an emotional support animal.