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5 Steps to Get Your Oklahoma City Property Rent Ready

Property management companies believe that showing a rent-ready property will help you rent it out faster to a great tenant. Landlords may not have the time and resources to make their rentals rent-ready, therefore, hiring a property manager is ideal. You’re also likely to earn more rent when your home shows well. Today, we’re sharing five tips to get your rental property ready for the market. (more…)

What to Do if a Tenant’s Personal Property is Left Behind in Oklahoma City

Many landlords wonder what to do if a tenant’s personal property is left behind after the tenant has moved out or been evicted. Hiring a property manager may be necessary if landlords have little knowledge about what to do with tenant’s personal property. Today we’re going to review Section 130 of the Oklahoma Landlord and Tenant Act. That Section addresses this concern and states:


Preventative Property Maintenance: Why It’s a Must for Oklahoma City Rental Homes

Oklahoma City is a wonderful place to live. But, investors here have to be prepared for a wide range of weather conditions that will affect your rental properties. Winter storms often bring high winds, periods of below zero wind chills, low temperatures, and ice. Spring and early summer are the peak thunderstorm seasons, and in the summer, those high temperatures put a lot of stress on a property’s air conditioning unit. Today, we’re explaining why these weather conditions make preventative maintenance so critical.