Archive for the ‘Repairs’ Category

DIY Landlord Tools: The Ultimate Rent-Ready Checklist IV

There is nothing worse than wonky water temperature and water pressure that is much too hard or gentle. We’re finally reaching the last installment of our Ultimate Rent-Ready Checklist. We feel...

DIY Landlord Tools: The Ultimate Rent-Ready Checklist III

An immaculate kitchen will produce a positive first impression on renters. Royal Rose Properties put together a rent-ready checklist that are important for certain rooms in the house such as the...

How to Get More Rent & Shorter Vacancies on the Cheap

More than cosmetics, a spiffy home protects a homeowner’s investment. Royal Rose Properties has a system for making sure that all of the necessary repairs get done before we try to move a new...

Do It Yourself Water Damage Repairs (Guest Post)

Water may be essential to humans, but it can spell death for a home. When you purchase a home, it becomes your biggest asset or baby that needs a lot of care and attention. Sometimes things can...

Big Challenges of Property Management: Maintenance Edition

It may surprise you to learn that the biggest problems in Maintenance have nothing to do with houses.’. When it comes to property management, every phase of the cycle has its own unique...

Types of Contractors and What to Use Them For

Contractor – n. – “A person with a tractor,” from the Spanish ‘con tractor‘. Royal Rose Properties deals with a lot of contractors. Lawn maintenance and...

The DIY Landlord’s Guide to Rent Readiness on the Cheap

Save money on your rental by dealing with condensation. The question that every landlord ultimately runs up against is “how can I make this property Rent Ready without opening up a line of...

Common Sources of Water Damage & How To Fix Them (Guest Post)

Water — it’s vital to life…unfortunately, that life happens to include fungus and mold that we really would rather not live with. No one ever wants to experience water damage within the...

Is This Repair/Maintenance or Capital Expenditure?

The account you get to write the check from matters for several reasons. Property investors who deal in residential property might not be as familiar with terms like ‘CapEx’ (that’s...

Seven Clues that Your Investment Property Needs a New Roof

Clue Number One: It Has No Roof. It’s hard to say with confidence that any given part of a rental home is ‘more important’ than any other — they all kind of have to work...