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Hosting the Perfect Open House in Dallas

  • On January 15, 2024
It’s open house season in Dallas! As a landlord, hosting an open house is a prime opportunity to showcase your rental property, meet prospective tenants, and potentially fill a vacancy quickly. But what does it take to host the perfect open house that attracts renters and leads to leasing your unit fast?  This comprehensive guide […]
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Pitfalls of Old-School Landlords and Why Tech is Key for their Rentals

  • On June 30, 2023
In today’s digital age, technology has permeated almost every aspect of our lives, transforming industries and revolutionizing traditional practices.   Yet, old-school landlords still resist embracing technology and even property management service with their rental property management practices.   While they may hold onto outdated methods out of habit or preference, this approach can create […]
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How to Prep Your Property Between Renters

  • On June 3, 2022
Vacancies in-between renters are some of the busiest times in a property manager’s career. Getting a property ready to rent again goes beyond sweeping up and uploading pictures to real estate sites. At Classic Property Management, we help landlords carry out best practices in all property management situations. Here are our tips for preparing your […]
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4 Items to Consider When Drafting a Pet Policy

  • On April 29, 2022
Most renters that are pet owners will want to bring their pets with them when they move into your rental property. While having pets on site can be a great time for your renters, without a solid pet policy in place, you could easily find yourself in a tight spot if a pet’s presence goes […]
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Tips for Dealing With Late Rent Payments in the New Year

  • On January 13, 2022
The new year is a great time to start implementing new management strategies as a rental property owner. The best place to start making positive changes is with how you handle a late rent situation. Late rent is an uncomfortable event for both renters and property owners, so coming up with an approach that produces […]
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6 Property Management New Year Resolutions That Make Your Investment Worthwhile

  • On December 30, 2021
It’s officially the time of the year where people begin to make resolutions to improve their lives over the next 365 days. Although most resolutions like weight loss and general life organization are important, there are several resolutions a property manager can make that should be held up through the next year and future years […]
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How Can Property Management Improve Your SFR Investment?

  • On November 30, 2021
Single-family rental (SFR) properties have experienced a big investment boom in the last couple of years. As families continue to seek larger homes away from the big cities, new investors continue to put money into SFR homes with the hope of making money from renting and experiencing an excellent ROI when they decide to sell […]
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How Can a Property Management Team Improve Tenant Relations?

  • On October 15, 2021
Quality tenants aren’t always the easiest thing for a new landlord to come by. So, when great renters inhabit a property, it’s essential that excellent relationships are formed and maintained in order to create a long-term residency. Unfortunately, if a property owner rents out several properties at once, it can be difficult for busy landlords […]
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Market Your Rental Property in 5 Simple Steps

  • On September 29, 2021
Whether you own one rental property or dozens in a community, you want to have the best tenants possible as long-term renters. Not only does great screening help ensure you gain the right tenants, but excellent marketing also plays a massive role in your final results. Although modern marketing may seem simple in the age […]
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