When it comes to the rent, you don’t want to charge too much, but you don’t want to charge too little either. Be sure to take time to itemize all of the expenses you are incurring as the landlord, including the costs of utilities and trash collection. To get an idea of what the renters market is like in your locality, check out rooms for rent on Craigslist and visit local brokers to see what other landlords are charging their tenants.
For further assistance, contact the experienced Landlord/Tenant Law attorneys at Andrews Law, PLC today at 1.888.955.9111 or 480.237.9756 to schedule a confidential consultation.
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Topics: Homeowner's Insurance, Landlords, Rent, Tenants
Published In: Residential Real Estate Updates
DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.
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