Property Management Blog
System - Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Renting your home fast is the best way to increase the return on your investment. We have some tips for you today that will help you rent your home to the best possible tenants right away. First, Examine Your Property’s Condition You want fresh paint, exceptional landscaping, clean surfaces and attention to det...
System - Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Landlords in Seattle can run into trouble if they don’t know the security deposit law. Avoiding security deposit disputes with your tenant requires a few important considerations: First, let’s talk about collecting the security deposit. Charge a security deposit that is at least the equivalent of one month&rsqu...
System - Monday, December 29, 2014
Your rental property is a huge investment, so when you wisely decide to have it professionally managed, you need to be selective. Choose an exceptional and experienced property management company that will provide great service to you, your property and your tenants. Today, we’re sharing a few things that help you separate the...
System - Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The rental agreement you use for your property in Seattle is an important document that protects you as well as your tenants. Do not go online and download any generic rental agreement template you can find. There are specific things you need to include, according to the Seattle Landlord Tenant Act, in order to make your lease legal...
System - Monday, December 1, 2014
System - Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Dave Poletti & Associates - Seattle Property Management is Seattle’s leading residential property management firm, with over 25 years of experience in the local industry. We are one of a very few select CRMC companies in the entire country and proud members of the National Association of Residential Property Managers. We take gr...
System - Tuesday, November 11, 2014
When you rent out your investment property in Seattle and you decide to manage it yourself, you need to become familiar with the rental property laws in the city. Most of those laws can be found in the Washington Landlord Tenant Act, but that’s not your only reference. There are also areas of common law that you need to pay att...
System - Wednesday, November 5, 2014
When a tenant moves out of your rental property, you need to decide how much of the security deposit will be returned. You are legally permitted to withhold any part of that deposit that is needed to pay for cleaning and damages the tenant leaves behind. However, you cannot keep part of the deposit to cover any normal wear and tear ...
System - Monday, October 20, 2014
In an ideal world, all of your tenants will pay rent on the day that it’s due, maybe even before it’s due. However, this is not a perfect world and you may have tenants who are consistently late or always providing excuses when the due date comes and goes and you still don’t have the money. On today&rsquo...
System - Monday, October 6, 2014
There are a number of good reasons to hire a property management company in Seattle to take care of the day to day operations of your rental property. We often talk to landlords who are on the fence about whether to go with a professional company or try to manage the property on their own. Today we are going to highlight five of the best ...
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