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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.

2020-09-28

How Will An Eviction Impact Your Future Ability to Rent?

Did you know that getting almost-evicted might stop you from being able to get a new car? That’s right–not only do eviction proceedings impact your future rentals, but also your credit history! It will haunt you when you’re getting a loan, mortgage, or credit card for at least the next 7 years. It doesn’t even […]

2020-08-31

5 Tips for Protecting Your Security Deposit

Nothing is worse for a tenant than anticipating your security deposit return, only to find out that the entire amount has gone towards repairing property damages, and there’s nothing left. But handing over a security deposit is not a lost cause. There are actually ways you can maximize the amount you get back from your […]

2020-07-27

Signing A 2-Year Lease Can Increase Your Chances Of Getting Approved

Have you ever been in a situation where you find a rental property that you really love, only to find out that three other people are putting in an offer for the same place? When it comes to applying for rental properties, most renters think that their application will get noticed by landlords, as long […]

2020-06-29

Things to Ask Before Signing a Lease

So you’ve found your ideal house? Nice. Popped in for a viewing? Great. Meets your expectations? Even better.Before signing a lease, here are some of the most important questions to ask your landlord: Which Rent Payment Methods Do You Accept? Landlords’ payment terms and accepted modes of payment (e.g. cash, auto-debit, online payments, and check […]

2020-06-01

5 Ways to Save on Electricity Bill in Times of COVID-19

  The Coronavirus outbreak has suddenly and completely altered the way we live. Over 90% of Americans are currently under some form of lockdown, which means spending the majority of our time at home. As more and more people switch to working from home (or just binge watch Netflix shows) and use their electronic devices, […]

2020-04-27

Understanding Your Michigan Security Deposit

Your security deposit is an amount you escrow with your landlord, to cover any potential damages that may occur to the property during your tenancy. As the name implies, it’s a deposit that you own through your lease term, even though your landlord has possession of it. Legally it must be returned to you within […]

2020-03-30

Communicate With Your Landlord So They Won’t Assume The Worse

Communicate with your Landlord so they won’t assume the worst when your payments aren’t made on time and they don’t hear from you or you avoid them. We just took over the management of quite a few single-family homes with existing tenants. As communication is critical to fostering a good landlord-tenant relationship, we invested the […]

2020-03-23

What’s More Important to Renters – Cheap Rent or a Nice Home?

We’d like some feedback from any readers on the dilemma of what’s more important to the majority of people looking to rent a home – cheap rent or a nice home. We consistently have prospects looking at the rentals we have, telling us that they’re the nicest they’ve seen so far, but few of these […]

2020-02-24

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 […]

2020-01-27

How Much Rental Payment Can I Afford?

Chances are your rental payment is your single largest monthly expense. As rental rates are only getting more expensive, it’s important to calculate how much rent you can afford to spend each and every time you move. With such a big chunk of your monthly earnings being spent on renting your home, how can you […]