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  3. Avail, gobank (sends to PayPal), cozy...buildium..
  4. Zillow Payment. Listing, credite check, payment, & everything else. I use zillow.
  5. We use Cozy. I like that Cozy can be the bad guy when it comes to late fees. you just have to set the amount and when it should process in the absence of payment. If they pay on time, there’s no fee. I think Cozy also sends the tenants notifications.
  6. How do you accept rent? Looking for options other than an in person exchange. Thanks!
  7. SLopez

    It's Business

    I love all my properties 😭
  8. LynnSmith

    It's Business

    Perfect analogy. @KarlaH
  9. LynnSmith

    It's Business

    reading all the issues posted in this group was very overwhelming and giving me anxiety. thank u for the reminder...greatly appreciated!
  10. KarlaH

    It's Business

    Real estate is like a side chick. Love it just enough so you get what you need, but do NOT become too emotionally invested. That's when people get hurt. People will come in, use and abuse the unit and then leave it hanging on one thread or less.
  11. BBFult

    It's Business

    I think it’s fair to say that if you own a property that you rent out, you need to make sure you see it as an asset not your home or whatever. Assets can get trashed, incur costs etc. All you need to worry about is how to keep it generating a revenue. I’ve seen so many people who get too emotionally invested with their properties, which means it isn’t a good idea to rent it out!
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  13. We had this situation, and ended up evicting after several months missed rent. There was a divorce too. 12 year tenants gone. Be careful
  14. Make the tenant feel sorry for you. Make up some extra reasons like, you're supporting your elderly parents and one of them has organ failure.
  15. I too have a young couple out of work but still paying. They get it from someone. One week I had them do work for me and that was cheaper than hiring someone. They pay by the week.
  16. Tenant got diagnosed with terminal cancer and now he doesn’t work. The wife doesn’t make enough money to pay the rent. Last month they were able to pay and I waive their late fee considering the situation. This month they only have half of the rent but they did not mention anything until my property manager inquired why the rent haven’t been pay yet. Their rent is $1900 a month and they asked me to let them go with only paying $1000. Their lease is in effect until July next year. I am considering with letting then go but still paying $1400 which will cover the mortgage on the property for this month. What do you guys think/suggest? I don’t want to hurt them but at the same time do not want to hurt myself.
  17. Complete pigs 🐖 🤮
  18. Nasty, how do people live like that?! So sorry.
  19. What a nightmare! So sorry you're going through this
  20. ...So Sad that people live this way.
  21. I’d hook that car up to my truck and pull it out to park on the street.
  22. Would a tow company tow it away since it is illegally parked? Then they can do with it what they will. Try to contact the owners or sell it at auction if they don't respond.
  23. So I have a new one. Had to evict a tenant who did thousands of dollars in damages Not to mention they're huge collection of pet cockroaches, Left Behind a 30 yd container worth of trash inside the property and then abandoned their vehicle on the property. We're in Georgia and I called the police and the police said I have to go down and file a writ of ownership for the vehicle which will cost me $200 to have it removed from my property how absurd is that?
  24. SLopez

    Fallen Tree

    I'd call your insurance agent and ask questions about how your coverage works.
  25. LynnSmith

    Fallen Tree

    If it was an act of nature that took the tree down, you have a free tree. If the tree was dead and owner neglected to take care of the issue, that owner is liable.
  26. KarlaH

    Fallen Tree

    I wouldn't file a claim on your insurance. You don't want the hit, it'll raise your insurance even if it wasn't your fault. The owner should take care of it
  27. BBFult

    Fallen Tree

    A HUGE tree fell from the neighboring landlords house into a chunk of my yard and a bunch of the landlord behind me (diagonal to the trees original home). It seems to have just barely missed the new roof on our detached garage. So no dammage. But now there is an enormous downed tree. And a downed phone line. Anyone deal with this before? Whose mess is this to clean up? Guy who owned the tree? Is it on me for whatever fell on my property? Should I just get insurance involved so it doesn't get weird...but there is no physical damage, so would insurance do anything???
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