Keybot’s automated remote locking technology makes landlords’ lives easier



If you’ve ever tried renting out a home, you can probably sympathize with property managers who say that finding new tenants can be a real headache.

Smart home tech isn’t just for newer buildings



As well as traditional amenities like storage space, fitness centers, pools and rooftop gardens, some tenants are embracing smart home technology to help their properties stand out.

Rentalutions lands $2M funding to make life easier for DIY landlords



Rentalutions, a software platform for DIY landlords, has just landed $2 million in a funding round led by Cultivation Capital.

Vire enables property inspections on the go



A new application called Vire aims to save real estate professionals time and money when it comes to property inspections.

6 Tips To Being a Great Landlord



As silly as this may sound, this quote is very applicable to landlords and even to property owners. You have to face a lot of demands, create lease agreements, screen tenants, market rentals, evict poor tenants, and much more.

Crowdsourcing property management with CrowdComfort



Property managers might find a helping hand in the shape of CrowdComfort, whose product came about from an innovation challenge that asked: “What if people could use their smartphones to unlock inefficiencies in building and workplace management?”

TenantCloud makes renting simpler for everyone involved



New property management solutions for landlords and renters are two a penny, but the launch of TenantCloud means there’s a solution on the market that’s outstanding for both parties.

Living as a Landlord: Tips for Making Your Life Easier



Being a landlord can be fun and rewarding. But, it can also be a real pain. One of the unfortunate aspects of being a landlord is you deal with unruly tenants and unexpected repairs. Here’s how successful landlords have made their own way and what you can do to be successful while reducing stress. Pick […]

theRRD provides a newer, simplified way to carry out tenant screening



Landlords and property managers face numerous challenges, but one of the trickiest is the process of screening prospective tenants.

Landlords warned against rejecting applicants with criminal records



Landlords who refused to lease a property to an applicant that’s failed a background check could be acting illegally, according to US Department of Housing and Urban Development

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