Atlanta Property Management Blog

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Wear And Tear Vs. Damage – What’s The Difference?
One of the most important things to realize as a landlord is that when a tenant moves out, they are going to leave the property with some wear and tear. Finding wear and tear is common after a tenant moves out but it’s also possible to find damage as well. In this article, we will break down the difference between damage and wear/t...

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Rental Property Upgrades That Are Not Worth A Landlords Time Or Money
Rental property upgrades are always a smart idea for landlords because they help tenants to see that the landlord values their business and wants to keep them happy.Sadly, even though upgrades are important, there are several rental property upgrades that landlords should not make.In this article, we will break down which upgrades landlo...

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

Highest paying jobs in Atlanta for high school graduates
Searching for a job in Atlanta? Thankfully, there are a wide variety of good paying jobs in the area, especially for high school graduates.The average college graduate in 2020 earned $1,305 a week, while the average high school graduate takes home just $781, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Of course, college isn’t for...

Monday, April 25, 2022

Rental Property Maintenance 101 – How To Preserve The Carpeting Inside Your Rental Property
With new carpeting costing upwards of $2,500 for a 3-bedroom home, it’s easy to see how a landlord wants to do everything they can to protect their investment.Sadly, this isn’t always an easy thing to do because, when tenants move in, the property is at the mercy of the tenants and the landlord won’t know how the carpeti...

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

City of Atlanta rent prices continue trending... downward?
Rents for one and two-bedroom apartments across the nation have exploded by more than 24 percent since February last year, according to the most recent Rent.com Rent Report analysis.But the City of Atlanta continues to buck the rent-spike trend to a mystifying degree, according to that study. Other recent data, however, paints ...

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Essential Tips For Accidental Landlords
Rental properties are one of the most common things that are passed down to heirs in the 2020’s and it’s also not uncommon for people who inherited to find out that they are now accidental landlords.Being an accidental landlord may seem a little scary at first but the reality is that it’s something that can be handled in...

Monday, April 18, 2022

How To Set The Correct Rent For Your Atlanta Rental Property
Are you planning on renting your Atlanta GA home for the first time? If so, you’ve come to the right place.One of the keys to success with owning rental property is setting the correct rent because, that income is what you will also use to maintain the property, and pay your mortgage, taxes, and other expenses.Here are several tips ...

Thursday, April 14, 2022

Georgia providing $989 million in rental assistance for tenants and landlords
If you are behind on rent or utility payments, Georgia has just launched a new program to help.Step Up Savannah says a lot of people will qualify for this program. If you received unemployment payments or if your annual household income is at or below $35,000, you could qualify to get some help on those past due payments.The State of Geor...

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Tips For Having An Efficient Move Out Process
If you’ve owned rental properties in Atlanta GA for any length of time, you know that move-outs are going to happen each year.Thankfully, you can make tenant move-outs simple and efficient, especially if you follow these tips.Tip #1 – Star The Lease Renewal Process EarlyOne of the best ways to find out your tenants intend to ...

Monday, April 11, 2022

Tips For Dealing With Terrible Tenants
Terrible tenants are something that every landlord has to deal with sooner rather than later.Thankfully, landlords can make the process of dealing with terrible tenants easy and efficient by following these simple tips.Tip #1 – Be Willing To ListenEven though you may classify them as a ‘terrible tenant’, the reality is ...

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