'My Landlord Is Selling the House I Rent—What Are My Rights?'

By Cathie Ericson | Aug 7, 2017 If "my landlord is selling the house I rent—what are my rights?" is a phrase you've Googled lately, we feel your pain. Since landlords own the property you're living in, they do have the right to sell it…

Don't Budge: 7 Compromises You Should Never Make When Buying a Home

By Wendy Helfenbaum | Sep 21, 2017 Every successful home search begins with a wish list. Armed with your inventory of must-haves, you'll know how to focus your search and recognize a potential home that isn't worth your time. Still, there's…

How Can I Get Approved to Rent With No Rental History? Honest Answers Ahead

By Jeanne Sager | Sep 1, 2017   "How can I get approved to rent with no rental history?" This is a common chicken-and-egg conundrum for first-time renters, since landlords are often wary of opening their doors to tenants with no…

7 Secret Thoughts Landlords Have About Renters—Revealed

By Audrey Ference | Aug 17, 2017 Whenever you hand over your rent check late (again), do you wonder what your landlord is really thinking? Well, we're here to help you find out! This is important intel for all sorts of reasons. For…

6 Neighborhood Red Flags to Look for When Renting

By Cathie Ericson | Aug 10, 2017 Finding the ideal home or apartment to rent can be tricky. Even though there's less financial commitment than with buying, you're still selecting a place that will be home, sweet home, for what could be years.…

Protect Yourself When Rejecting Applicants

One of the hardest parts of landlord management is having to reject prospective tenants who don’t meet your requirements. Accepting a tenancy is the easy part, assuming of course you’ve done your due diligence throughout the ever-important…