Property Management Blog

Pricing Your Tucson Home to Rent

Property Management Blog Whether you’re just starting out or you’re a long time investor, setting the rental price of your income property is one of the most important decisions you’ll make.Thankfully, at Foothills Property Management and Realty we're here to help you with the big and small decisions. After all, it’s what we do 24 hour...

Best Renovations for Your Rental Property

Property Management Blog As a landlord, what can hold you back from a return on investment is a vacant property. We are not only talking about the lost rental income but also an increased maintenance and utility cost. While there are many reasons that could lead to a vacancy in your property, one of the main reasons could be its lack of amenities. With new p...

How to Film a Great Video Tour of Your Rental

Property Management Blog If a picture is worth a thousand words, videos are worth a million! Many landlords have found rental video tours to be very useful marketing tools. Video tours can generate up to four times more leads than ads that only show photographs.This isn't to say you shouldn't include pictures in your rental ads, but you should defini...

Tips to Prevent Tenant Damages to Your Rental Property

Property Management Blog Realistically speaking, landlords must come to terms with the fact that their property will eventually face tenant damages.When a renter is occupying your property, you can’t expect everything to be as pristine and functional as before. Over time, damages will likely occur on your property.Knowing this, you should set up contingency...

How to Clean After Evicted Tenants

Property Management Blog What is every property manager’s worst nightmare? Evicted Tenants! These tenants are the absolute hardest on our rental properties. They have a hard time taking care of the places that they live in, and we have the roughest time getting them out. Once you can evict your tenants, now comes the fun part; cleaning up after them. So, wh...

A Guide to 1031 Exchanges in Tucson

Property Management Blog A 1031 Exchange gets its name from the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031. It refers to an exchange of one investment property for another. In the process, this allows an investor to defer payment of capital gains tax. If you're a Tucson property investor or thinking of investing in Tucson real estate, being able ...

9 Tips for Getting Your Property Ready to Rent

Property Management Blog First and foremost, congratulations on choosing to enter the market of leasing property! Investing in Tuscon real estate can be a very profitable venture. However, to enjoy the full benefits of being a landlord, you must ensure that your unit is rent-ready. This means improving the condition of the property b...

What You Need To Know When Replacing Windows in a Rental Property

Property Management Blog Are you thinking of replacing the windows in your rental property? If your answer is yes, that decision is worthy of a celebration. Installing new windows in a rental property is a great way to improve the performance of your investment. By replacing the old windows on your property, you automatically:Attract more affluent rente...

How to Keep Renters Happy

Property Management Blog Having tenants in your rental units long-term means that you'll get regular income from rent every month. That's why keeping your tenants happy is so important.To ensure that your tenants are communicative, pay their rent on time, and respect your space, you'll want to keep them happy. In this article, Foothill Properties...

What Exactly Is “Normal Wear and Tear”?

Property Management Blog New shoes get scuff marks, white linen thins, and jeans fade over time. Rental homes also go through this same process. Furniture becomes faded and appliances experience breakdowns. This is attributed to normal wear and tear.When a rental home depreciates due to a tenant staying in a unit, normal wear and tear are expected. It&rsquo...

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