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When to Ask Tenants to Renew a Lease

Good tenants are a landlord’s bread and butter, because they bring in rental income that is critical to a rental property and business. As a landlord, you want to secure tenants, especially good tenants, for as long as possible, so that you are guaranteed rental income for the foreseeable future. As their lease goes by, […]

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How to Raise Rent in Your Property Without a Problem

As a landlord, raising rent on your property is beneficial to you turning a profit, but it can be hard thing to present to your tenants. Your longer-term tenants may be OK with the raise, while some newer tenants may be bothered by the increase. With a rent increase, landlords run the risk of losing […]

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Mistakes that Can Cost a Landlord

A major reason a person decides to become a landlord is for financial and investment gains. Through daily management and building improvements, a landlord works to keep the value up of his/her property. However, there are many ways a landlord can lose money each month, which can turn into a big problem. At Quest Real […]

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Reasons Why Tenants Move

As a landlord, you need to be aware of all the common reasons why people move. These reasons could help you better attract tenants, keep tenants, or improve upon your property. At Quest Real Estate, LLC., we’ve worked with hundreds of tenants and landlords throughout the years through our real estate sales and property management […]

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Jacksonville During the Holidays

‘Tis the season to be jolly! Jacksonville isn’t just home to a NFL football team and beautiful beaches, it also hosts many special holiday events each year. As a Jacksonville property management company, we wanted to share with you some fun events for you to enjoy out in Jacksonville during this 2019 holiday season. We […]

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What to Do if A Tenant Wants to Break the Lease

Most residential or commercial properties have six-month to two-year leases. As a landlord, your investment (your property) depends on the occupancy. When a tenant signs a lease, you, as the landlord, feel locked in with a dollar amount that you will receive for the next X number of months. However, life happens, and tenants will […]

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The Cons of Self Management

Real estate can be an excellent investment. Whether a residential or commercial property, as a landlord, you need to figure out how your managing the property, especially if you have multiple properties. As a landlord, you have two options: manage your own property or hire a property management company. There are daily, weekly, and monthly […]

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How to Find a Good Tenant for Your Property

Good tenants are hard to find, but they are out there! However, finding a good tenant doesn’t have to be the challenge you think it is. As a landlord, you need to keep your property filled, otherwise, you likely will struggle financially. You need to find yourself reliable tenants who pay on time, in full, […]

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Tips on Keeping A Good Tenant in Your Property

Found a good tenant? Awesome! Now, it’s your job to be a good landlord in order to keep that good tenant. Just like you have expectations for your tenants, they have expectations of their landlords. As a good landlord, you must create reasons for a good tenant to stay. You need to give your tenants […]

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What Landlords Should Know About Property Inspections

Being a landlord is a rewarding, yet challenging job! From building maintenance to tenant placement, there’s a lot to do to keep a building running smoothly. One part of a landlord’s job that he/she must keep up with is property inspections. Before they move into a unit, you want to make all tenants aware that […]

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