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Welcome to the Logical Property Management Blog. Below you'll find blog posts specific to Property Owners or Tenants to learn more about how we work and what you should be looking for.

2021-02-01

Top 7 Tips on How to Maintain your Rental Property

As a landlord, you want to get the highest returns possible from your investments. Several factors affect your ROI, but the most important one is protecting the value of your properties. The best way to protect their value is to maiontain your rental property It might sound awfully simple, but it’s not as easy as […]

2020-11-02

Winter-proofing Your Rental Properties

With the warm months behind us and the weather cooling, it’s only a matter of time before winter snow and ice are here!  The last thing you want is tenants calling you on a freezing January night, saying their pipes have burst, flooding the entire basement and ruining their stuff (which they want you to […]

2020-09-21

ProtectingYour Rental Properties from Winter Related Damages

  With the warm months behind us and the weather cooling, it’s only a matter of time before winter snow and ice are here. The last thing you want is tenants calling you on a freezing January night, saying their pipes have burst, flooding the entire basement and ruining their stuff (which they want you […]

2020-07-06

Preparing for Extreme Rental Property Damages and Maintenance Issues

It should be expected that something will always go wrong or need fixing with any rental property. These extreme rental property damages and maintenance Issues often depends on the age and amount of deferred maintenance of a property and the demographics of the tenants. There are, things that most landlords aren’t prepared for either financially […]

2019-11-25

Save Money By Doing An Energy Audit And Seven Easy Fixes

As a property owner, you should always be looking for ways to save money and to maximize profits. Raising the rent isn’t always an option. There lots of ways your profits vanish without you even knowing it, that’s why it’s a good idea to conduct an energy audit. Most tenants pay the utilities in their […]

2019-10-14

Learn How to Fend Off Exhaustion Being A Do it Yourself Landlord

The rental business can be lucrative and enjoyable, but it can also be a mental and physical drain if you let it. So how can you fend off exhaustion as a do it yourself landlord? If you started investing in rental properties for the passive income thinking it was going to be easy, you often […]

2019-07-12

When It’s Worth Renovating And Upgrading Your Rental

As a smart investor, you always should be looking for ways to improve cash flow, income stream, and to increase the value of the property. Taking the time to renovate can accomplish all three, but you must be willing to expose yourself to some financial risk and uncertainty. You’ll have the unit(s) vacant during construction, […]

2019-02-25

Maintenance Lessons Courtesy of the Polar Vortex

Winter is always a busy time for the Maintenance crew, and the kinds of work that need doing in the winter tend much more toward ‘emergency’ This year, Metro Detroit got really cold. The news pointed out on a couple of occasions that it was colder in Detroit than it was in Antarctica! And that […]

2018-10-08

The Challenge of Finding Contractors

Finding new talent in the real estate construction and maintenance business usually means some amount of trial and error. The head of the Maintenance Department chatted with me about the struggles that his Department is facing lately, and we realized after a bit of chatting that the majority of their problems come down to the […]

2018-09-17

How a Professional Landlord Manages Contractors: Like a BOSS

50% of workers say they’re not sure what’s expected of them in their job. Sounds crazy, but it’s true! The Royal Rose Properties Maintenance Department deals with an extraordinary range of contractors, from the down-and-dirty “Chuck with a truck” guys to professional builders who offer ALL the services – and charge you for all those […]