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Tag Archives: Property management
Many tenants believe that landlords are responsible for paying the cost of all repairs, but tenants must foot the bill in some instances. Paragraph 18D(2) of the TAR Residential Lease specifies the circumstances where the tenant is responsible for the cost of … Continue reading
Do your clients need to rent a property fast? Help them out by using TransUnion’s SmartMove, a TAR Benefits Partner. This online system provides a quick leasing recommendation on prospective tenants. There’s no fee to sign up, and you only pay as … Continue reading
As a property manager, I maintain a trust account for tenants’ security deposits. The landlord terminated our management agreement effective today, and a tenant in the property notified me that he wouldn’t be renewing his lease when it expires next … Continue reading