Tag: boston landlords
Attention Boston property owners. If you own or manage an unoccupied Boston apartment then you’re probably starting to feel a sense of panic. Each and every day that your apartment remains empty is costing you money. Have you actually sat down and calculated how much cash you’re losing? We’re talking about a potential of thousands of […]
Massachusetts Landlords have multiple routes when it comes to listing a rental property. Those options range from listing it directly by owner, to using dozens of real estate agencies in the area. This article will discuss the benefits for landlords to signing an “Exclusive Right to Rent Agreement,” and the important factors to look for […]
Many landlords in Massachusetts include provisions in their lease agreements requiring the tenant to maintain a policy of renters’ insurance. This insurance policy protects the tenant against damage to property caused by theft, fire or other hazards. It also provides the tenant with liability coverage for those who claim to have been injured by the […]
With the Boston real estate market as hot as it is, renting out your apartment can make a lot of sense. Whether work is taking you elsewhere, you’ve acquired property for this exact purpose, or you’ve finally moved into the luxury apartment of your dreams, there are plenty of benefits to renting out your apartment […]
If you’re into buzzwords and real estate, you might have started to incorporate “proptech” into your vocabulary. For the rest of us, it’s still a pretty new concept. So, what is proptech, and how can it help manage, rent, sell and optimize your income producing properties?
As a landlord in Boston, property inspections are inevitable. While they aren’t always the most comfortable experience, they are necessary to ensure renter safety, lease compliance, and a smooth transition when tenants move in or move out. But when can you perform a rental inspection? It is important to understand the process before you just walk into your […]
With Thanksgiving in the rear-view mirror, it’s time for landlords and property managers to get serious about fall and winter maintenance. Cold, wet weather can take its toll on a property. It’s important to be proactive because repair costs can mount quickly! Here are a few fall maintenance tips that will give landlords peace of […]