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Tenant Application Red Flags that every Dallas / Fort Worth Landlord Should Know

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When you’re screening tenants for your Dallas/Fort Worth rental property, you’re going to check credit and criminal histories, verify employment and income, and talk to landlord references. As you’re going through your process, you want to pay attention to any red flags that get your attention. The tenants may have an explanation for these issues, […]

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Should You Invest in Single-Family or Multi-Family Rental Property?

Should You Invest in Single-Family or Multi-Family Rental Property - Article Banner

Single-family and multi-family rental properties have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, and prospective real estate investors should weigh these options carefully before taking the plunge and making a purchase. […]

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How to Prevent Tenant Damages to Your Dallas/Fort Worth Rental Property

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The potential for property damage is a common apprehension among would-be landlords. While property damage is rarely intentional, tenants may ignore minor issues like small leaks. A seemingly trivial issue like that can cause major damage in the long run, making it imperative that landlords take preventative measures against property damage. […]

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Can Landlords Deny Tenants with Service Animals? DFW Property Management Advice

A lot of the landlords we talk to would prefer to keep their rental units free of pets. Sometimes they have language in their lease agreements and marketing materials that identify their property as not open to pets. Or, they allow pets but place restrictions on what kind of animals a tenant may have. However, […]

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Why Isn’t My Dallas/Fort Worth Property Renting?

Why Isn't My Dallas/Fort Worth Property Renting? - Article Banner

Vacancies are expensive for every rental property, so if your property isn’t renting right away, you may be asking yourself why. If you’re not getting a lot of prospective tenants who want to come and see your property, you may be wondering what you’re doing wrong or not doing right. Back in 2002 and 2003 […]

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