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.


Real Estate Risk Management: The 4 Types of Investment Risks You Should Prepare For

You have to consider many risks when getting into real estate investing. Some of them you might already know, while some are less talked about in the industry—albeit still crucial in creating a long-term, profitable, successful real estate investment portfolio. Here, we list the key types of risks that residential and commercial real estate investors […]


Investing in a Rental Duplex? Here’s What You Must Know

Many savvy investors are looking for opportunities to expand their portfolios with rental properties in today’s market. However, not all opportunities are lucrative. Therefore, you have to know how to separate the good from the bad, especially if you plan to invest in a small multi-family property like a duplex. You need to know a […]


Tenant Payment Performance Update through February 2022

  We’re not aware of any other local management company sending their clients these types of updates. So, please be sure to share this with anyone you know interested in real estate investing or looking for a better property manager, so they can see what they are missing!   EVICTIONS UPDATE Timelines for court dates […]


How Flexible Should You Be With Rent Payment Issues Due to COVID-19

Many tenants who are temporarily out of work are struggling to make rent payments due to COVID-19 Coronavirus has had a major impact on the global economy. As of April 20th, the U.S. has the highest number of cases in the world, and Michigan has been particularly affected. Not only are there a large number […]


Getting Repairs Done to the Home You’re Renting

Chasing a landlord to get repairs done at a rental home is probably the biggest, most frustrating issue most tenants experience when renting. You complain, the landlord assures you it’ll be fixed, no one shows up so you complain again, someone shows up but doesn’t fix the problem and the cycle seems to go on […]


Ways On How to Raise the Rent without the Blow-back

As a property owner you need to raise the rent to protect and improve your bottom line, but raising rents is never easy. It can be a delicate issue. Being too aggressive may cause tenant turnover, and you’ll incur costs associated with vacancy. On the other hand, as your fixed costs like maintenance, insurance and […]


Calculating Rents Quickly (And for Free), DIY-Style

Step One: Don’t over-think it. One of the more sensitive issues of landlordery is how to calculate rent amoutns. The struggle between property investors’ desire to make money and tenants’ ability to pay money is constant, and the number of factors it’s possible to take into account is enormous. If you wanted to make the […]


Cities With the Heaviest Housing Cost Burdens

Detroit isn’t even near the top! Nearly half of all renters in the U.S. are housing cost burdened, according to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard. But what does that mean? The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development defines households spending more than 30% of their income on housing-related costs, such as […]


How and When to Raise Your Rents (Without Losing Tenants!)

Vacancies are down, tenants are good, and your accounts are flush because nothing has broken in a few months now. Guess what time it is? It’s time to raise your rent! Counterintuitive as it might be, waiting until things are starting to get tight to raise the rent is exactly the wrong idea. If things […]

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