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Are you a REAL Investor… or Just Another Landlord?

2019-03-05T23:44:13-07:00March 28th, 2014|Credit Reports, Investing, Judgements, Landlord, Landlord Tenant Law, Multi-family, Property Management, Property Manager, Rentals, Uncategorized|

Are you a Real Investor... or Just Another Landlord by Dave Pickron, Investigative Screening and Consulting While most of us like to think of ourselves as "investors" instead of "landlords", the difference between the two is more than just a preferred term. Investors generally spend their money on rental properties and use them to generate [...]

Legally Speaking Q&A

2012-08-04T12:22:16-07:00August 4th, 2012|Investing, Landlord, Legal Procedures, Rentals|

Question: My tenants didn’t pay June rent and I sent them a 5 day notice.  It’s July 3 and I was going to file the eviction, but they paid the June rent.  Can I accept the June rent, then send out a new notice and start an eviction for July’s rent because I don’t think [...]

When tenants don’t pay or cooperate: Decisions…

2019-03-05T23:44:17-07:00July 4th, 2012|Investing, Landlord, Legal Procedures, Property Management, Property Manager, Rentals|

Any person who is a landlord long enough will undoubtedly have to deal with a tenant whom they struggle collecting rent from. There are a number of reasons for this scenario. Perhaps the tenants lost their job; they had a recent death in the family; they have to move out of state; or they simply [...]

Rental Property Rates: How much should I charge?

2019-03-05T23:44:17-07:00June 4th, 2012|Investing, Landlord, Multi-family, Property Management, Property Manager, Rentals|

The number of rental properties in the Phoenix area continues to climb as investors show no signs of slowing down their acquisition appetites. A combination of strict lender requirements and ongoing trustee sales have decreased homeownership percentages. Investors are, in many cases paying cash for these real properties and then leasing them back to residents [...]