How Philadelphia Homeowners Can Avoid Mortgage Paying Troubles

Paying the mortgage can be tough for anyone. Mortgage troubles are not unique to just tenants. Real estate investors and landlords can encounter their fair share of difficulties too. Here are a few strategies that will help you avoid facing difficulty in paying your mortgage each month.

1. Keep Your Properties Full

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Consistently having tenants is one way to ensure that money is coming in each month. Don't get lazy in your duties. Make sure you stay on top of advertising for new tenants and screening applicants. Filling your vacancies is a crucial part of your business.

2. Find Quality Tenants

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As a landlord, you want to make sure that you find tenants that will pay their rent on time and keep the property well maintained. Using background checks and credit checks will allow you to find quality tenants. Good tenants pay their rent allowing you to continue to make make your mortgage payments.

3. Look For Long Term Tenants

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If you own a property near Temple, UPenn, Drexel, or any of the colleges in the city, having long term tenants may be difficult. There is absolutely nothing wrong with renting to students. However, renting to students often brings high turnover in your properties. Having long term renters will decrease the amount of time in which your property is vacant. 

4. Keep The Property Well Maintained

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You have to be diligent in doing your part to keep your good, long term tenants. This means that you must deal with maintenance issues quickly and repairs must be made when necessary Occasional appliance upgrades may be needed. Your tenants need to know that you are attentive to their needs when issues arise. 

Good tenants respond well to a good landlord. If you develop lasting relationships with your tenants they will be inclined to remain in your property longer. Tenants want a stable living situation. A good landlord has the ability to influence quality tenant behavior and maintain lasting relationships.

The last thing that any landlord wants to do is use their own money to pay the mortgage. That money should be coming from the tenant. Following these tips will help you develop and maintain quality relationships with your tenants, so that you can continue to generate rent income every month. 


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