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Blog Post Understanding Wear and Tear in Rental Property

Understanding Wear and Tear in Rental Property

Rental property wear and tear is an inevitable aspect of property management, reflecting the gradual deterioration that occurs from normal, everyday use. It is important for landlords and tenants to distinguish between wear and tear and damage to maintain a fair and effective lea...
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Best Air Purifier for Your Rental

Introducing the EDENPURE Thunderstorm Oxileaf II Air Purifier. For more information, visit their website at www.edenpure.com. Please note, I do not receive any compensation from this product or vendor.I first discovered this air purifier when listening to the John Fredericks...
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Blog Post Why You Need a Professional Inspection on Your Rentals

Why You Need a Professional Inspection on Your Rentals

A chimney liner inside a masonry chimney is a vital safety feature.  In this photo, the chimney liner has deteriorated over time, and in some places it has disintegrated altogether. This can be a serious issue, as an ineffective liner like this can allow smoke, carbon monoxi...
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Blog Post Memorial Day Prayer

Memorial Day Prayer

Heavenly Father, On this Memorial Day, we pause to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. We honor their courage and dedication, and we ask that You comfort their families and loved ones. May their legacy inspire us to live with gratitude and to seek...
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HB404 Safe At Home Act

Georgia's new legislation effecting owners' responsibilities on rental properties.  There are 4 key elements: 1. Landland shall keep the premises in good repair. If you wouldn't let your mom live there, you need to do some work. 2. Expands the definitio...
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Georgia Squatter Reform Law

Governor Kemp recently enacted the Georgia Squatters Reform Law, designed to assist homeowners in reclaiming their properties from squatters. Under this new law, homeowners who discover squatters on their property can contact the police, who will then require the squatters to pro...
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Don't Raise The Rent

Should you raise the rent in this market? We think not. 
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Blog Post Rental Market Softens

Rental Market Softens

We can all feel how soft the rental market is in the Atlanta area. Since last year at this time, monthly rental prices have decreased about $200, and just since last month, rent prices have decreased about $50 – and we are coming into the peak season!Our inventory of availa...
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Blog Post 6 Things You Shouldn't Throw In the Trash

6 Things You Shouldn't Throw In the Trash

Everybody’s got stuff.  A lot of stuff.  And we’re acquiring more stuff all the time, so we all need to discard some stuff on a regular basis.  In most cases, it’s fine to simply toss unwanted stuff in the trash.  But there are some household...
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How We Advertise Your Rental Property

How we advertise your rental property and a few photo tips.
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