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Renter Resources

Craig Avramovich

Moving can be one of the most stressful times in a person's life. It can also be one of the most exciting. Many renters, who are thinking about relocating in or out of state, should make a list of to-do things to help themselves with this transitional period. Taking the necessary steps and having your tasks organized will make everything much easier come moving day. Renters, who wait until the last minute, will find themselves in the precarious position of having to scramble around in a desperate attempt to get everything done.

When you are embarking on a move, one of the first questions to ask yourself is, whether an apartment or a rental home will be the best fit. Your first inclination may not be the ideal option. There are several things to consider besides the added space a home typically provides. The most important step, when making this decision is to honestly evaluate your situation. Remember to take into consideration elements, such as lifestyle.

If you're renting a house or apartment, you may be surprised to learn that your landlord's insurance doesn’t cover your personal belongings. Additionally, you may be legally liable for any accidental bodily injury or property damage of others that occurs in your rental home. You may also be liable for any damage done to the house or apartment you rent as a result of negligence on your part. That's why it is so importance to carry renters insurance to protect not only your valuables, but also yourself.


Section 8 - Renting under Section 8 assistance program.
Renter's Guide to Relocating - Considerations when preparing to move.
5 Things to Know Before You Rent - Sign a lease with confidence.
Rental House vs. Apartment - What's the best fit?
Tenant's Rights - Where do you stand?
Renters Insurance - It's cheaper than you think!
Eviction - Landlord and tenant information regarding eviction process.

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Landlord Resources

At some point in your life you may decide that purchasing a home as an investment property is a wise decision, or you may want to rent your house rather than selling it. Both scenarios can be potentially lucrative, if you lease the property for the appropriate amount and find a good tenant. The question you may be asking yourself is, "How much can I rent my house for?"

Determining Fair Market Rent - What can your rent your house for?
Hiring a Property Manager 
Determining Fair Market Rent - How musch should I rent my house for?
Hiring a Property Manager - Do it yourself, or hire a pro?
Finding a Great Tenant - What to look for in a quality tenant.
Setting a Fair Rental Rate - Increasing rent without losing tenants.
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