Did You Know By – Dennis Block

Tenant Abandoning If you suspect that your tenant has abandoned your unit, you have the right to enter to confirm it. You should serve a 24-hour notice to enter the dwelling by posting it on the front door.  You should only enter during normal business hours and days, Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5…

Why Many Baby Boomers Consider DST 1031 Exchanges by – Don Meredith

Many savvy investors from the “Baby Boomer” generation own highly-appreciated real estate assets and income properties. However, as they enter retirement, some of these real estate investors would prefer to not deal with day-to-day property management – from maintenance problems, and tenant issues to juggling rent checks and leases. Below you’ll learn why a Delaware…

Legal Q & A by – Dennis Block

Question One: What is the procedure when a tenant, in mid–lease, is suspected of abandoning an apartment unit? Answer One: You should serve a notice to enter the dwelling. You may choose the reason that you are entering the unit to determine if the premises have been abandoned. If you do not have a key…

Management Tips from MRLANDLORD.COM By – Jeffrey Taylor

It’s a Mistake to Make Certain Assumptions It’s good to learn from your mistakes but … it’s better to learn from other people’s mistakes. Often, we make decisions based on incorrect assumptions. Here are three big assumptions revealed by landlords that ended up being very costly, in some cases as much as tens of thousands…