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CDC Eviction Moratorium expired…but wait…that’s not all folks!

The CDC Eviction Moratorium has been in place for nearly a year. This is a very sensitive and serious topic, with people being impacted in different ways all over the place. Well, the CDC eviction Moratorium expired at midnight on Saturday, July 31st. This was much awaited by landlords and property owners around the country.
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Eviction Moratorium Cancelled? No? What the…?

Do you know what is currently going on with the CDC eviction Moratorium? Seems like one minute it is on, then the next it isn’t. Feels like we are going around in circles.  The most recent extension given by president Biden extended the eviction moratorium through June 30th. On May 5th, the US district judge
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Should you allow co-signers for your rentals?

Should I allow co-signers on a lease for my tenant? This question gets asked a lot and there are a lot of mixed opinions on it. Some would say to never allow a co-signer and others would say, yeah, sure. Our answer is yes, but with some strict limitations. The way we define a co-signer
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7 Proven Ways to Attract Millennials to Your Rental Property

Owning a rental property in Salt Lake County is a great investment move. However, there are more ways to make your investment even better – attracting millennials to rent it out. Millennials, a generation born between 1981 and 1996, actively lead the real estate market in Salt Lake County and around the country. This is
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How to Prevent These Top 5 Costly Mistakes New Landlords Make

Are you a new investment property owner in Salt Lake City looking to save money? Unfortunately, many who are new to overseeing a rental property can also witness the money drain on their bank accounts. That’s because some mistakes can have you spending more money than is necessary, or even cause you to lose money.
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Top 11 Secrets to Attract Quality Renters

Vetting a prospective tenant is one of the most important things you as a landlord can do to maximize your success. Not only can it impact your profits, but it can also make or break your rental property business. Let’s discuss how to attract the best renters in Salt Lake City. Why Quality Tenants Matter
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How to Properly Provide Tenant References for Landlords

Click Here for the reference i9nformation referred to in the video. One of the common steps in screening a tenant is to get verification from previous landlords that the tenant you are wanting to rent to was or is a good tenant. Unfortunately, many landlords don’t want to fill these requests, especially if they are
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6 Ways to Get a Tenant to Renew Their Lease

In my last tip on reducing vacancy, I briefly mentioned the importance of being intentional with lease renewals. Today I want to dive deeper to give some winning lease renewal strategies. Check out my video above for even more details. When you have a good tenant, you don’t want them to move. Period. That turnover
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What is Considered Normal Rental Property Wear and Tear?

Every state permits landlords to ask for a security deposit with the agreement to return it whenever the tenant wishes to leave the property in whatever state they found it in, with the exception of normal wear and tear. However, this term can be different depending on which property owner you talk to across the
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How to Maximize Your Rental Income

What is the number one killer of ROI?… Vacancy! There are many tactical and strategic ways you can reduce property vacancy, but there’s not enough time to explain all of them here! But, I will be diving deep into them in my upcoming book and podcast, The Successful Landlord’s Playbook. Today, let me touch on
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Can an Investor sell a Utah rental home with a tenant in place?

Are you wanting to sell your tenant occupied rental home in Utah?  If so, it’s important that you understand your options and your tenant’s rights.  For your specific situation, we ask that you consult your property manager and/or landlord attorney for guidance. There is not currently a Utah State Statute that allows for a lease
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