Breaking A Lease Agreement

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Breaking A Lease Agreement

Posted on November 20, 2020 by slt in Rental Property Management, Renter's Information

Common Lease Loopholes to Keep in Mind When Breaking a Lease Agreement   If you’re thinking of breaking a lease agreement, then it’s important to know exactly what you’re up against. A lease is a legal contract just like any other, and getting out of it early isn’t always as easy as you might think. […]

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How to Avoid Rent Increase

Posted on October 15, 2020 by slt in Rental Property Management, Renter's Information

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO AVOID A RENT INCREASE?   There are a number of reasons why a landlord may choose to increase the price of your monthly rent after the initial terms of your lease are up. These include raising the rent to accommodate market trends or tax increases, as well as rent increases […]

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What Makes A Good Tenant?

Posted on May 26, 2020 by slt in Rental Property Management

What Makes A Good Tenant? A rental property is one of the most significant investments you’ll ever make. It’s only natural for you to be concerned about finding the right tenants for it – people who will treat your property with respect and pay their rent on time. So what’s the best way to find […]

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14 Free Things To Do In Greensboro, North Carolina

Posted on February 18, 2020 by slt in Property Management Company, Propery Management, Rental Property Management

14 Free Things To Do In Greensboro, North Carolina If you’ve just purchased a home in the Piedmont Triad area and you’re trying to keep your spending low but don’t want to sacrifice having a good time – you’re in luck because there are tons of low-cost and free things to do in Greensboro, NC! […]

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What Does Renters Insurance Cover And How Does It Benefit You?

Posted on May 24, 2019 by slt in Rental Property Management

What Does Renters Insurance Cover And How Does It Benefit You? What does renters insurance cover and how does it benefit you? Our expert team here at SLT Properties has come up with a handy guide all about renters insurance and how it can save you from serious crises. The Basics Renters insurance policies are […]

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Need Help Finding That Perfect Home For Rent? Greensboro NC Is Your Answer!

Posted on May 31, 2018 by slt in Rental Property Management

Need Help Finding That Perfect Home For Rent? Greensboro NC Is Your Answer! Our property listings should be your first step in selecting that perfect home or for rent. Greensboro, NC and the surrounding triad area between High Point and Winston-Salem, offer numerous opportunities for property investment or home renting. With recent market surges in […]

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Dealing With a Bad Tenant

Posted on September 27, 2016 by slt in Rental Property Management

Being a landlord is meant to be a relatively easy and low-stress endeavor. Maintaining the conditions both inside and outside of your property by working with your tenants should be more of a learning experience and less of a stress-inducing nightmare. Unfortunately for most landlords though, at some point you will have to deal with […]

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The Importance of a Healthy Tenant-Owner Relationship

Posted on September 10, 2016 by slt in Rental Property Management

It’s only natural as a landlord to want your relationship with your tenants to be a positive one. Not only will it greatly reduce all of the stress that can come from unhealthy interactions between tenants and landlords, but also having long-term tenants is usually what most landlords are looking for. The importance of developing […]

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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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