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Rental Listing Scams – Read Before You Search

RENTAL LISTING SCAMS – READ BEFORE YOU SEARCH   Trulia News Article   Original article found here: https://support.trulia.com/hc/en-us/articles/206731187-Rental-Listing-Scams-Read-Before-You-Search As you begin researching new apartments or homes, please educate yourself on listing scams and online fraud. We urge you to be vigilant in researching the legitimacy of any potential listings and perform all appropriate due diligence. […]

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RentecDirect: How to Document Your Belongings For Renters Insurance

How to Document Your Belongings For Renters Insurance Brentnie D July 27, 2018 By now, many responsible tenants know the importance of renters insurance.   Policies can save renters thousands in the event of damages caused by personal negligence or unforeseeable threats to the property. Knowing that you have the right renters insurance policy can […]

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Park Place Apartments

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Totally renovated 2 bedroom 1 bath apartments in Duncan Park Spartanburg, SC 29306 Every unit has granite counter tops in kitchen and bathroom, stainless steel appliances, including washer/dryer combo. Excellent Apartment Homes Available! from Eric Whiteside on Vimeo.       Property Information •Built in 1964 •18 Units/2 Stories   Features •Air […]

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10 Reasons Why Your Tenants Need Renters Insurance

10 Reasons Why Your Tenants Need Renters Insurance Kaycee Wegener April 4, 2018  Most landlords and property managers know just how vital a renters insurance can be for your tenants. The small cost to protect valuables and cover cases of damage to property in instances of tenant negligence. Even so, a surprising number of renters fail […]

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10 tips for hiring a competent property manager

10 tips for hiring a competent property manager By Melissa Sprouse Browne, Real Estate School of South Carolina Owning rental property can be an excellent investment. A good source of steady income, rentals can offer the opportunity to increase your personal portfolio through real estate holdings. If you own one or several rental homes or […]

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Is Your New Rental a Nightmare? 5 Ways to Spot Problems During the Walk-through

      Is Your New Apartment a Nightmare? 5 Ways to Spot Problems During the Walk-through By Angela Colley 6:00 am ET August 10, 2015 Caspar Benson/Getty Images You landed a great rental, you’re getting settled in, and everything is awesome—or so you thought. Night falls, and the smell of Chinese takeout wafts through […]

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Tenants in San Francisco Fight Back Against Nuisance Evictions

Tenants in San Francisco Fight Back Against Nuisance Evictions Tuesday, 11 August 2015 00:00 By Adam Hudson, Truthout | Report Tenants and activists hold a press conference outside San Francisco City Hall supporting a tenant-protection bill. (Photo: Adam Hudson) Leaving a stroller in the hallway. Hanging laundry out a window. Living with a new roommate. […]

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How Three Industry Leaders Maximize Mandatory Renters Insurance Compliance

How Three Industry Leaders Maximize Mandatory Renters Insurance Compliance By Tim Blackwell | Jul 1, 2015 Three industry experts weigh in on how they keep mandatory renters insurance compliance as high as possible. Just because it’s mandatory doesn’t mean your residents will maintain it. That’s been the experience of many properties when it comes to […]

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The Millennial Generation is on the Move

June 1, 2015 | Rental Trends, Rental Trends and Real Estate News By Lindsay Smith The millennial generation is known for a number of things. They love self-expression (as you can easily tell from a quick glance on Instagram or Snapchat). They’re diverse in a variety of ways, including racially and socially. And they’re the […]

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Experian, TransUnion start adding rent payment data to credit profiles

Experian, TransUnion start adding rent payment data to credit profiles By Kenneth R. Harney / August 10, 2014 Anybody buying a first home quickly learns how important credit scores are to mortgage lenders. They like them high. But if you’ve been renting for years and have a stellar record of monthly payments to your landlord, […]

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