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Helpful tips for not stressing out your pet when you move

As we all know moving can be a very stressful time for us all, your pets are creatures of habit so this change will be just as stressful on them if not more so and the last thing you need…

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Moving With Pets Tips

On location with Mr. Speck’s Playhouse in Hollywood. Joe talks with Tilly on tips and tricks to keep your dog or cat happy and safe during a move. Yes, lots of dogs are involved in this video.

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What happens if I ask someone to co-sign a loan and then cannot make the payments?

There are many reasons someone may require a co-signer for a loan, if you have a poor credit, or maybe you are a college student with very little credit, or you are on the border of qualifying on your own…

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The Americans with Disabilities Act for Landlords And Property Managers

The Americans with Disabilities Act, commonly known as “ADA” is a federal civil-rights law protecting the rights of people with disabilities. The ADA places guidelines for access to: Employment State and local government programs, services and buildings Access to places…

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What Happens When You Default On A Loan You Personally Guaranteed?

  In addition to the property securing a loan, a personal guarantee is also used a promise or agreement to hold you personally liable for a debt.   By personally guaranteeing a loan, in addition to the property as collateral for the…

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Bring Lots of People to See the Place

Warning Signs of a Potential Problem Tenant : Did They Bring Lots of People to See the Place?

If you are a landlord or real estate agent, you know that checking a potential tenant’s bank, credit, background, landlord references, and employment information can help you determine whether that person would be a good rental prospect. If the potential…

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Self Employed

Warning Signs of a Potential Problem Tenant : What About Self-Employment?

If you are a landlord or real estate agent, you know that checking a potential tenant’s bank, credit, background, landlord references, and employment information can help you determine whether that person would be a good rental prospect. If the potential…

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In Honor of Earth Day – Tips to Make Your Property More Earth Friendly!

by Joe Killinger CEO, theRRD.com These tips can help you save money and help mother earth! SAVE WATER – Start by cutting back watering to 1 day per week in the late afternoon (less evaporation overnight, than during the day) and…

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The Non-Payer

How to Handle Problem Tenants : The Non-Payer

  There are many instances of encounters with a horrible tenant, not all of which result in a court action. Once the lease agreement is signed and keys are exchanged, a landlord or property manager can only hope things go smoothly….

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The Proxy Renter

How to Handle Problem Tenants : The Proxy Renter

  There are many instances of encounters with a horrible tenant, not all of which result in a court action. Once the lease agreement is signed and keys are exchanged, a landlord or property manager can only hope things go smoothly….

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