Go4Rent Magazine has a new Editor-in-Chief
Editor’s Letter and what’s inside Volume II
As the new Magazine Editor for Go4Rent Magazine, I am elated to be a part of the team, both as a second-year condo board member and a homeowner. I work with property managers, landlords and contractors on a daily basis, so this is the kind of magazine I’d read for fun. Joining the editorial team is an added perk! Now let’s explore what you’ll find inside.
In the second issue of Go4Rent Magazine, whether you’re a pet lover or a landlord who is hesitant to allow four-legged friends inside, “Can Pet Friendly Homes Bring Better Tenants?” provides the pros and cons of a pet leasing agreement. Are pet owners more responsible renters or is opening your property up to pets going to lead to a total disaster? It depends.
And before you reject that potential tenant (pet owner or not), you may want to know the legal blowback in “Is Saying ‘Nay’ to Tenant Applications OK?” When you do decide to accept that new tenant into your property, consider why four of five payment options in “Give Me Five…Ways to Collect Rent the Right Way” aren’t recommended by Go4Rent. We want to make the tenant selection process and rental collection process easier for you, and help you avoid extensive insurance claims. That’s why we’re all about options to “Protect Your Assets: Renters Insurance.”
Editor’s Note: Outside of traditional tenant and property owner advice that can be useful for all, the local spotlights are geared toward an audience based in Texas and Florida.
The team for Go4Rent Magazine is here to help property managers, realtors and landlords with business, legal and marketing needs. We hope this fall issue answers some of your questions. Is there a topic you’d like us to talk about? Leave a comment below. Feel free to visit Go4Rent.com and peruse other volumes, too.
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