Category Archives for Tenants

The Secret Career Killer Facing Real Estate Investors

By John Nuzzolese So, you want to be a real estate investor? You are probably thinking the way I did when I started as a real estate investor. I thought the most important objective was to buy as many properties as possible. Well, I was only half right. As an investor in residential real estate, […]

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How to Legally and Safely Remove Squatters from your Property

By Frank Pulley and William Bronchick You would think that somebody that trespasses onto one of your investment properties is violating the law big-time. Trespassing is illegal, but if a trespasser continues to live there, they may be considered a squatter. Removing squatters from your property can be a time-consuming, potentially expensive, complicated and energy-sucking […]

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What Do I do When the Tenant Wants to Leave?

By John Nuzzolese When a tenant wants to terminate a tenancy, it is done in one of two ways. Either: in accordance with the lease agreement, or in violation of the lease agreement. If your tenant wishes to vacate tenancy properly, it usually means giving you, the landlord written Notice to Vacate in a timeframe […]

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Landlord Legal Issues

As a landlord, you should be aware of some of the legal issues related to leasing properties. Here are a few of them: LEAD-BASED PAINT DISCLOSURE Federal law requires that the lessor (landlord) of any rental property constructed before 1978 disclose the presence of any lead-based paint or hazards known by the lessor and provide […]

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Defeat Colorado HB 1141

A new Colorado Bill will SEVERELY limit landlords from charging late fees on late rent. The bill prohibits a landlord of a mobile home park or a residential premise (landlord) from: Charging a tenant or mobile homeowner a late fee for late payment of rent unless the rent payment is late by at least 14 […]

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Defeat Colorado HB 1141

A new Colorado Bill will SEVERELY limit landlords from charging late fees on late rent. The bill prohibits a landlord of a mobile home park or a residential premise (landlord) from: Charging a tenant or mobile homeowner a late fee for late payment of rent unless the rent payment is late by at least 14 […]

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