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What Can I Rent My House For? Property Management Advice in Salem

Mendell Gosnell - Monday, February 12, 2018
What can I rent my house for?This is the second most asked question that we get from owners and investors. The answer to this question is &n... read more >>

The Right Tenant is Worth the Wait

Mendell Gosnell - Sunday, February 4, 2018

The Right Tenant Is Worth the Wait

All property owners look at the return on investment (ROI) when buying or maintaining rental property. The ideal is a positive cash flow, a tax deduction, and an increase in property value. An investor certainly wants to realize all three of these advantages. However, there are times when this... read more >>

Why an in-house maintenance department makes sense.

Mendell Gosnell - Sunday, January 28, 2018

Why an in-house maintenance department makes sense.

The profitable operation of your rental property requires a sensible approach to maintenance services. One of our jobs as property managers is to see that these services are provided.

Over the years, we have used different types of maintenance vendors.  There are large specialty contractors such as plumbers, roofers, and appliance repair companies.  Smaller versions of these same vendors are also available.  Then there are general handyman services tha... read more >>

Why is my rental still vacant?

Mendell Gosnell - Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Why is it taking so long to rent my house?

It is always our goal to rent properties as quickly as possible to qualified tenants. However, there are circumstances that can cause an owner to call and ask, “Why is my property still vacant?” when it appears that it should not be that difficult to rent the pro... read more >>

About Mold

Mendell Gosnell - Sunday, January 7, 2018

About Mold

Mold is neither new or exciting—it’s as old as life itself, yet it has become an incredibly important issue because of its potential danger. That’s why mentioning the possibility of mold to any reputable Property Manager gets immediate and urgent attention. The damages awarded by... read more >>

Should Tenants Do Repairs

Mendell Gosnell - Thursday, December 21, 2017

Should Tenants Do Repairs

 The offer seems innocuous enough… the tenant calls, mentions a maintenance issue on your read more >>

How Long Will it Take to Rent My Salem House or Apartment?

Mendell Gosnell - Thursday, December 14, 2017
When new clients, owners, and investors are looking for professional management services, they want to know how much we charge, how much we ... read more >>

Should You Sell Or Rent Your Salem House? Property Management Tips

Mendell Gosnell - Monday, November 13, 2017
A common question among investors is: should I sell or rent my house? Whether you have a single family home, townhouse, condo, or apartment ... read more >>

How to Advertise Your House for Rent | Salem Property Management Education

Mendell Gosnell - Monday, October 16, 2017
Advertising your house for rent has an impact on your vacancy time and the type of tenant you attract. Today, we’re talking about... read more >>

The Oregon Eviction Process | A Step by Step Guide for Salem Landlords

Mendell Gosnell - Monday, September 18, 2017
Having to do an eviction is never fun. We always recommend doing the best, most thorough screening you can to eliminate the bad tenants ahea... read more >>

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