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We believe in providing our clients the highest quality experience and return on their investment, so we work hard in keeping you current with all rental property trends and helpful renting tips.

This blog educates and informs when it comes to the most important topics, including how to deal with tenants when they share an issue or concern, property management tips for landlords so you can run your investment lucratively, the responsibilities of a property manager, and so much more.

SLT Properties is a leading property management company in the Greensboro triad area. If you have any questions about property management please contact us for more information.

Why It Is Important to Check Tenant History Before Renting Your Property

Posted on May 7, 2016 by slt in Rental Property Management

A landlord invests a lot of time and money in a rental property. This person wants to make an income and profit off of the investment, and wants to make certain that a good tenant will occupy the premises. Any landlord wants to be sure that a prospective tenant is reliable and pays rent on […]

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Lease Agreement: The Most Important Thing That May Cost You Your Property

Posted on April 18, 2016 by slt in Propery Management

Once you have made the decision to rent out your property to a potential tenant you will want to contemplate several issues within a lease agreement. A lease agreement is a binding contract between both the owner and the renter. Thus, whatever is placed into the agreement and agreed to will be binding on both […]

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Is your property manager qualified to manage your property?

Posted on February 22, 2016 by slt in Property Management Company

As a landowner there are times we may consider renting a piece of property, whether single house or a multi-unit apartment complex. When a person contemplates such a concept one of the primary questions will be, should they manage the property themselves or hire a professional management company. If a person chooses to manage the […]

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