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.


Tension-Free Cohabitation: Important Financial Questions to Ask Your Roommate(s)

  Money conversations can be uncomfortable—but crucial if you’re sharing an apartment with someone. You need to talk it out before you move in together. Discuss guidelines, and expectations, and ensure that you will both be able to cover everything from damaged furniture to security deposits. Talking it out in advance will save you from […]


5 Greenest and Freshest Places to Explore in Metro Detroit

  When people think about Detroit, the first thing that comes to mind is automotive manufacturing. And for good reason. The city has a long and proud history in the automotive industry, and it is still going strong today. However, there’s a lot more in Metro Detroit that makes it a fresh place to live […]


18 Ways to Reduce Your Utility Bills this Winter

  Every year, it’s delightful to cozy up in front of the fireplace with some marshmallow-filled hot chocolate and your loved ones. Of course, it’s not fun when you have to crank the heat up to make your home more comfortable for your elderly aunt when she comes to visit. Especially when you get the […]


Do You Need Renter’s Insurance and is it Worth it?

If you think renter’s insurance isn’t necessary, think again! Most people skip out on renter’s insurance because they incorrectly assume that: The landlord’s policy covers them. But landlord’s property insurance only covers the losses to the building—not your belongings, property damages, or potential legal costs. They underestimated the value of all their possessions combined. Try […]


8 Myths and Facts About Tenant Evictions

The majority of tenants won’t experience an eviction while renting. In most cases, you can prevent yourself from being evicted by being a good tenant and following the rental laws in your area. However, sometimes life is unpredictable and accidents can happen, putting you at risk personally and financially.  If you’re wondering what can happen […]


Rent or Own a Home? 4 Questions to Help You Decide

Ah, the American dream. Start a family, generate wealth, and own a home. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably have the notion of homeownership being the ultimate goal to lifelong happiness. Real estate agents, mortgage lenders, and even home improvement stores bombard us with the glamor of homeownership. They say you shouldn’t have […]


5 Tips to Collecting Rent on Time

Collecting rent, in full and on time, is the number one thing a landlord needs to do to be successful and have consistent cash flow.  But, especially in Class C or D rental markets (where lots of new investors start out because the houses are affordable), this isn’t always easy. You’ll almost certainly have to […]


6 Steps to Find The Best Place to Rent

We all have a dream home. Mine is a two-story single-family home with an open floor plan and a big backyard—perfect for hosting summertime barbecues with the family. And I’m sure you’ve imagined what your ideal home is, too. However, we need to consider realistic factors when deciding where and what kind of house to […]