Welcome to Royal Rose Properties Blog. Below you'll find blogs specific to Property Owners or Tenants to learn more about how we work and what you should be looking for.

Tenant Blog

Don’t Be Afraid of Section 8 Inspections

The Section 8, or the Housing Choice Voucher Program, offers landlords a great opportunity for “guaranteed” rent. Many landlords though, avoid it due to misconceptions about...

The Crucial Points to Understand about Your Rental Lease

Signing a lease without proper understanding it could lead to disagreements with your landlord or even worse, going to court. Taking the time to read your lease, asking...

My Landlord Wants to Show My Home Before I Move Out

Why Would I Want Anyone Showing the House I’m Living In? So, your lease is ending and with your target date to move out approaching in less than 30 days, your landlord is telling you they...

The 3 Most Common Eviction Mistakes DIY Landlords Make

Don’t make the mistake of thinking a tenant doesn’t have the funds to sue you. Eviction is the legal process whereby a landlord regains possession of his rental unit, typically for nonpayment...
 

Property Owner Blog

Property Marketing Tips that can Help Make Spring, Your Best Season this Year

It’s finally springtime and real estate markets are seeing more listings, open houses, viewings, and closed deals. Undoubtedly, spring is one of the busiest times of the year in the real...

Personnel Tales from a Detroit Property Manager: HR Edition

In the past, we’ve written posts about the challenges of dealing with owners, tenants, vendors, contractors, city inspectors and more. Well, we also have to deal with our own workers. So,...

Tips for Newbies Investing in Real Estate

Learn how to find & buy properties in Detroit, and make money through real estate investing. Investing in real estate is a tough gig to get in on, especially when you have no idea...

The 3 Most Common Eviction Mistakes DIY Landlords Make

Don’t make the mistake of thinking a tenant doesn’t have the funds to sue you. Eviction is the legal process whereby a landlord regains possession of his rental unit, typically for nonpayment...