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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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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
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How Do You React When Your Tenant Calls?

You have employed the TierOne Real Estate Company, a professional Property Management company, because you feel our expertise will give you peace of mind regarding your rental property. In particular, this alleviates having to handle difficult tenant situations. Then the phone rings and your tenants are on the line. This can develop from several scenarios:
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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
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5 Tips to screen tenants

Ask prequalifying questions before you take the time to show potential tenants the rental. Confirm income to pay rent, if they abide by rules like no pets, ask when they plan to move and when their current lease is up. That will give you an idea of who your tenant really is. Ask for ID.
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Property Management Maintenance Information

General Maintenance Requests If you need a repair, please log on to your tenant portal to submit a work order, or Email. All maintenance requests must be submitted in writing. Emergency Maintenance Requests In the time of immediate assistance, please call our emergency line, 801.686.8437. Emergency maintenance work includes: ·         Any Water Leaks ·         Sewer
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