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Property Management Conversion Program

Finally! A program that offers to take the stress and expense out of hiring a better property manager. Introducing the Property Management Conversion Program. Changing from one property manager to another can be a difficult process: involving transferring security deposits, lease agreements, maintenance records, inspection reports, tax documents, financial information, paying cancellation fees, notifying tenants, […]

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 […]

Salt Lake City’s rental market among nation’s best for investors

First Published in the Salt Lake Tribune Salt Lake City once again ranks among the best U.S. cities for investing in rental properties. All Property Management, a trade group for those who own and manage apartments and single-family rental homes, says Utah’s capital is the sixth best urban market for rental investments among Western cities. […]

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Q & A

Important Points to Remember 1. Act quickly and consistently. Enforcing the rules will let tenants know you’re serious and will help prevent late tenants from getting behind even further on their payments. You may have worked out a deal with them once or twice, but what if (more…)

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What do you do when a tenants doesn’t pay rent?

What do you do when a tenants doesn’t pay rent? Step 1: Check Your Lease Documents and Payment Records As silly as it may sound, double-check your records to make sure the tenant is truly late with his or her rent. Sometimes landlords keep better records on paper than they do in their heads and […]

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The Unfortunate Notice

Why is the tenant giving notice now! This may be your first reaction if you receive a notice to vacate from a tenant with a holiday season approaching. The first thought is that no one will rent a property in November, much less December – the holiday month. There is the prevailing belief that the […]

What If The Tenant Quits?

It is the first of the month and the rent is due. The rent does not come in and a notice to pay rent or quit is served. The majority of tenants pay the rent. But what if the tenant decides to “quit,” by vacating the property? The first reaction is usually anger and outrage […]

Retaining Good Tenants

It is obvious why an investor would not encourage bad tenants to remain in their property, just as it is understandable why a property owner or manager would want to put effort into retaining good tenants – it is simply a matter of financial common sense. Vacancies are costly – turnover means high expenditures, not […]

You Need To Realize the Benefits Of Property Management

Many times property owners question property management services because of the fees. Now with a distressed economy, this can become an even bigger question when a difficult market puts investment finances to the test. After quoting our fees to a prospective client, we have heard, “you want that much for just collecting the rent?” Of […]

Why Choose Tier One Property Management

Tier One real estate has been a real estate company and a property management company with years of experience. We specialize in single and multi-family homes in and around Salt Lake, Utah and Davis Counties. We manage single family homes to smaller (under 100) apartment buildings and commercial office space. Our usual property management fee […]