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Security Deposit Laws Landlords Should Know – Property Management Atlanta

A major part of Atlanta property management is the security deposit and all the Georgia laws pertaining to that deposit. Today, we’re addressing what you need to know.  What Is a Security Deposit?   The security deposit is collected by the landlord or any of the Atlanta property management companies doing business in...

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Tenant Bankruptcy: Atlanta Property Management Tips for Landlords

Bankruptcies are not pleasant for anyone, but they can be specifically difficult for landlords. There are a few things that you need to be prepared for when your tenant declares bankruptcy.   My Tenant Filed for Bankruptcy – Now What?   You might be in a situation where your tenant has declared bankruptcy, but left ...

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Why Landlords Should NOT Enter Tenant-Occupied Rentals – Atlanta Property Management

The landlord right of entry is a tricky subject to address, and one of the questions I hate talking about the most. An owner should not go into a tenant home, and there are a few good reasons for that. We will often have out of town owners call us to let us know that they will be here, and they want to show u...

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A Day in the Life of a Leasing Agent... Answering the Crazy Questions

By Patty Middleton It all starts when the phone rings, “Can I see the property now?”, “What do I need in order to move in?”, “Is this a safe neighborhood?”  These are just some of the questions that you will have to come up with answers for in a split second. How do you answer these questions and abide by the Li...

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Leverage on Atlanta Home Investments: Why It’s the IDEAL Long Term Savings Plan

  Today at Solutions Realty, we are finalizing our discussion about how owning rental property can be an IDEAL way to fund your retirement or pay for college education. We’ve used the acronym IDEAL, and today we’re talking about L – Leverage.  Leverage can be used as an investment strategy when you use bo...

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Equity & Appreciation from Investing in Atlanta Homes: Why it’s the IDEAL Long Term Savings Pl...

Today, we are discussing part three of our blog series on why owning rental property is an IDEAL way to pay for college educations and to fund your retirement (Part 1, Part 2). We have been using the acronym IDEAL and in previous blogs, we talked about income and deductions and depreciation. Today, we’re discussing the E and A wh...

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HVAC for Dummies

By Marcie Turner With cold weather creeping up on us, I decided to send a letter to all of our Clients regarding the maintenance of furnaces in their rental properties. In my opinion the letter was pretty standard offering a service of cleaning and inspecting of the HVAC system. To my surprise, I received several responses from our Austr...

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Tax Deductions from Investing in Atlanta Homes: Why It’s the IDEAL Long Term Savings Plan

  Today, we are continuing our discussion about why owning rental property is an IDEAL way to pay for a college education and fund your retirement plan. As you know, we’re using IDEAL as an acronym to explain, and today, we’re talking about the “D” in IDEAL.  D is for Depreciation and Deductions  ...

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Passive Income from Investing in Atlanta Homes: Why It’s the IDEAL Long Term Savings Plan

  How would you like for someone else to pay for your child’s college education? This doesn’t necessarily mean grants and scholarships. Instead, it can be through an IDEAL investment that could replace your earned income, help you quit your job, cover the cost of your child’s education and maybe pay for a wedding...

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How to Handle the Tenant Move Out Process like an Atlanta Property Manager

  Today, we’re talking about some of the things you need to consider during the move out process at your rental home.  Returning Keys  First, have you received the keys back from the tenants? If you have received those keys, you have three days to get out to the property and take an inventory of everything the ...


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