The Right Way to Evict a Tenant for Nonpayment of Rent – Salt Lake City Property Management Advice

If you have a home for rent, it’s inevitable that you will eventually run into a situation where you have to evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent. The process you follow needs to be right, or you’ll lose a lot of money.

Do some research and consult a lawyer. We are not attorneys, and we aren’t a law office. We suggest you talk to an attorney when you have to evict a tenant. We are simply sharing the highlights of the eviction process. […]

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Salt Lake City Property Management Tips: How to Be a Successful Landlord

 At Tier One, we are a full service real estate and property management office, and we can help you with all of your Salt Lake City real estate questions. Today, we’re sharing some tips and talking about landlord qualifications. Property Management Salt Lake City: Landlord Licenses Do you need a license to become a […]

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First Time Home Buyer Owning a home is a dream most individuals hope to achieve, but the path to home ownership isn’t always clearly marked. This challenge often leaves many prospective homeowners with questions and anxiety. Through the TierOne Real Estate Home buyer class, you can receive valuable information to not only answer the difficult […]

How to Handle Noise Complaints from Neighbors

If you rent out a house in the middle of nowhere, you can rent to the noisiest tenants imaginable. Why? Because no one can hear them. But if you rent to tenants who will live in close proximity to other people, you hope they’ll respect their neighbors’ right to quiet. If you rent to noisy […]

Avoiding Familial Status Discrimination

Many landlords aren’t familiar with their responsibilities when it comes to renting to families with children or don’t even know that families with children enjoy a protected status under federal housing discrimination laws. The Fair Housing Act protects tenants against discrimination based on seven protected classes, including “familial status.” This means that if you refuse […]