Tenant Blog

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Avoiding the HOA Violation Letter, Part 1: Spring yard Maintenance in San Antonio

Once spring has sprung, it’s time to make sure your rental home is ready. If you happen to live in an HOA, it’s especially important that you pay attention to maintenance. With spring comes weeds and grass – and a higher likelihood that the HOA will begin sending out violation letters. Read More...

Monday, February 05, 2018

Avoiding the HOA Violation Letter Part 2: Tenant Yard Maintenance Responsibilities for Summer in San Antonio

When you live in a property that’s located in an HOA, it’s incredibly important that you understand all the rules and regulations, especially where lawn care is concerned. Today, we’re sharing some summer landscape maintenance tips that will help you avoid receiving an HOA violation letter. HOAs will fine you if they can – so don’t give them a reason to. Read More...

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Tips on Preparing Your Home for Winter in San Antonio, TX

In Texas, you have to prepare for when the weather becomes uncommonly cold. Part of taking care of your rental property is preparing it for cold weather. Today, we’re sharing some easy tips so you can put together a freeze preparation checklist to ensure there are no unnecessary stresses added to your busy winter months.  Read More...

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

What is the Benefit of a Home Buyer Program for San Antonio Tenants?

If you’re a tenant who dreams of owning a home someday, Liberty Management is here to help you turn that dream into a reality. As a first time buyer, down payment assistance, can be critical. Our Home Buyer Program is ideally suited to responsible tenants who eventually want to purchase a home. Here’s how it works: Read More...

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Rental Move-In Checklist for San Antonio Tenants | How to Document a Property

A rental move-in checklist might seem like one extra thing to worry about when you’re already busy moving, but it can be a valuable tool. This checklist will protect you against paying for damages that aren’t your responsibility. Take the time to properly inspect the property before you move in, and document any problems. It’s important to recognize that the move-in checklist is not a work request, but a way to protect your security deposit from being charged for any pre-existing conditions.  Read More...

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

How to Submit a Maintenance Request as a Liberty Resident

As your property management company, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to submit a maintenance request. When you notice that something is broken or in need of attention, we ask that you please let us know promptly. Every maintenance request should be submitted in writing as required by your lease agreement. The easiest way to submit your maintenance request is online through your tenant portal using your smartphone. Using your smartphone will allow you to attach a photo with your request. This helps us track the progress of the repair, and keeps everyone informed of its status. Read More...

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Heating Maintenance and San Antonio Home Management: Check Your Furnace!

Winter isn’t over yet, and if you have been using your heater a lot during these colder months, it’s a good time to check it and keep it functioning properly. Heating maintenance is a critical part of keeping your electric bills down and preserving the condition of the property.

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

How to Get Your Security Deposit Back | San Antonio Tenant Help

When you move into a rental property, you pay a security deposit to protect the landlord against any unpaid rent or damages left behind. Getting your deposit back is easy as long as you take care of the property and follow the terms of the lease. Today, we’re helping tenants understand what can be done to facilitate an easy security deposit return.  Read More...

Saturday, July 01, 2017

Spring/Summer Maintenance Tips

With the warmer weather, it is time to think about doing necessary chores around your residence. It does not take long for neglected items to produce a poor appearance or maintenance problems. Read More...

Saturday, April 01, 2017

Good Tenants are Good Neighbors

Anyone can be a bad neighbor and no one wants to live in an area where people violate local laws or practice poor living habits. It is important to live quietly and allow others the quiet enjoyment of their home. It is better to avoid any situation that could label a resident as a “bad neighbor.” We have laid out the problems that occur in neighbor-hoods to assist you in avoiding difficulties with your neighbors. Read More...