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Find your new apartment or home to rent and review the local rental market conditions for the local area. Powered by RentalGuide.net, a Homes & Land affiliate, HomesAndLand.com will help you prepare for your move by providing the helpful rental market research below; including, local rental market conditions, neighborhood information and local school information.

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Five Signs of a Bad Landlord When you’re renting a home, the best time to tell you have a bad landlord is before you sign the lease. For renters, a “bad” landlord doesn’t mean one who is a bad person, but one who is simply not a good person to rent from. Look for the following red flags before you sign on the dotted line – and your rental... More...

Landlords: Differences between Lease vs. Month-to-month Rentals When you are renting a house or an apartment, you will normally enter a rental agreement or contract. The contract will be between you, the property owner, and the tenant. Rental contracts spell out the obligations of all parties involved and define the terms of the rental period. These terms may be a lease or month-to-month rental... More...

Differences between a Long-term Lease and Month-to-month When you rent a property, you must typically sign a lease. Though most standard leases range from six months to one year, some property owners offer the option of a month-to-month lease instead. There are both advantages and disadvantages to each type of lease, so compare your options carefully before making your final decision. Long-Term... More...

Tenant Property Damage and Leases Each state has its own laws in place to protect you from unruly tenants, yet your best protection is the lease that is signed. It is ultimately the tool that you will use to protect yourself and recover losses you suffer. The following are common sense tips that will help protect you and your interest: Even if you're anxious to lease... More...


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