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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Property Management Blog

Guide to Preventative Rental Property Maintenance

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of dissatisfied renters complaining on Yelp or Google. Ok, maybe that’s stretching the old cliche a little far, but the idea is there. Preventative maintenance on your rental property will save you money and headaches. Whether you're renting old homes inside 410, or townhomes in the boomi...

Friday, November 2, 2018

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Do You Know How Much to Charge in Rent for Your San Antonio Property?

Pricing your property correctly is essential when you want to rent it out quickly to qualified tenants. A property that’s overpriced will be vacant for a longer period of time, which costs you rental income that you’ll never recover. A property that’s vacant for 30 or 60 days can cost you thousands of dollars. New landlo...

Thursday, November 1, 2018

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Filter Easy

We are always exploring ways to create new programs that will help with the management and protection of your investment property. The newest program is a preventative maintenance program for the most expensive piece of equipment in your property and will help prolong the life of your HVAC System, this program will only apply to investmen...

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

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San Antonio Landlords: What Can You Do About a Tenant Whose Rent is Late?

Life happens to tenants – even good tenants. We understand that a medical emergency, a divorce, or a job loss can contribute to financial instability. However, rent needs to be a priority, and tenants need to be prepared to pay their rent or give up the home. When you have a tenant who is paying their rent late, you want to kee...

Friday, August 31, 2018

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Dogs are a man's best friend, except when they bite others

  On a typical day, about 1,000 U.S. citizens require emergency care treatment due to serious dog bites with nearly 10,000 of them annually hospitalized according to, a victims’ advocacy group.               In one recent situation, a south Texas woman had three of her finger...

Monday, August 20, 2018

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Why left behind swing sets and garden tools act as major hazards for home rental properties

Swing sets can bring a lot of great summer memories for most of us, but are you aware of the dangers associated with them?                          Last year, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported a million burn injuries, many resulting from children us...

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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Should I Allow Pets in My San Antonio Rental Property?

 Over 70 percent of people own at least one pet, which means you should absolutely allow pets in your rental property. If you’re a first time landlord, you may be worried about the potential damage an animal can cause. However, you can mitigate that risk by putting a sound pet policy into place.Allowing Pets and Avoiding Vacanc...

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

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What Do Property Managers in San Antonio Do for Real Estate Investors?

 When a landlord or investor is trying to decide between self-managing and hiring a professional property management company, it’s important to understand the services that a manager can provide. In addition to those services, you’re also getting a level of knowledge and experience that’s hard to quantify.What Does ...

Thursday, July 19, 2018

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What San Antonio Landlords Should Know About the Eviction Process in Texas

 San Antonio evictions are something most landlords want to avoid. Courts in San Antonio are typically pro-tenant, and even if the tenant hasn’t paid rent in months, you can lose the case if you make a mistake or don’t follow the correct legal process. The judge can throw out your case or force you to start over if you ma...

Monday, July 16, 2018

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How $814.50 in overdue HOA dues cost an elderly widow her home

According to news reports, Ms. Blevins was two years behind in her association dues. The Houston widow tried to personally drop off her payment, but the HOA wouldn’t accept it because they had begun legal proceedings against her.Last year, a Fort Worth home owner couldn’t sell his home because the association didn’t...

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