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Tenant Background Check Tips

clock March 21, 2012 15:57 by author Matt Roesly
Apartment owners and property managers handling large numbers of rental units constantly face the hassle and risks posed by unpaid rent, criminal behavior, and other adverse circumstances. Dealing with these problems is inevitable, particularly for larger complexes, and the costs of tenant background checks, court costs and other lost revenues can ... [More]

Security Deposit Alternatives: What are the options?

clock January 11, 2012 12:59 by author Matt Roesly
As a landlord traditional security deposits aren’t the only solution for protecting yourself and your property from accidental damage and unpaid rent.  There are security deposit alternatives to consider for replacing a traditional deposit. These options enable you to cover expenses securely and reliably. They assist the tenant by l... [More]

Renters Growing Marijuana: Landlords Just Say "No"

clock November 11, 2011 10:05 by author Matt Roesly
The so-called "War on Drugs" has long been a part of our political landscape.  Millions of words have been written about its costs in time, money and government resources.  The discussion has generally been framed in national and international terms.  What has received less attention, however, is how the war on drugs actually impacts... [More]

DOT Compliance: How to run a background check on a commercial driver

clock November 1, 2011 12:11 by author Matt Roesly
The Department of Transportation requires that a commercial driver background check be conducted on all new drivers.  The DOT requires verification of three years of employment immediately preceding the driver's current application for hire.  This verification must be completed within 30 days of the driver commencing employment with the c... [More]

Tenant Screening: Best Practices for Avoiding Landlord Nightmares

clock October 3, 2011 10:14 by author Matt Roesly
If you have a rental property, you must learn the best practices for avoiding landlord nightmares. Don’t merely trust your instincts, collect your security deposit, and hope for the best. Just because you have collected a month’s security, you are really not adequately protected.


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