Gasmask_m45VPU-1Educate your tenants to know the signs of natural gas leaks

Landlording has its responsibilities, not only unclogging toilets and repairing failing electric outlets but also, in my opinion to conduct tenant training that will protect themselves from danger. Instructing Louisville tenants on what to look for in a suspected natural gas leak, may save their lives if it’s a major one and may save your asset if it’s a small one that’s easily repairable. Read the rest of this entry

Louisville Landlords With Fireplaces When the weather gets colder outside, your tenants may turn to that amenity you touted during the showing of the house, the fireplace.

Late December or January is when most Louisville Rental tenants start thinking about lighting the fireplace rather than spin the thermostat for warmth.

Either prior to this season or even prior to renting the unit look to these safety steps to take to keep your tenants protected as well as your asset. Read the rest of this entry

Louisville Landlord Tenant TipsOK you all know that the 3 T’s don’t stand for Tenant Training Tip, maybe they should. Most of us know that phrase as Tenants, Termites, and Toilets.

The reasons most don’t want to participate in cash flowing properties in Louisville. For those that do and do it well, here is a tip that if you can train your tenants to avoid; you’ll get less toilet calls in the middle of the night. Read the rest of this entry

Louisville Landlord Tenant TrainingWhile flooding doesn’t happen often in Louisville area rental markets, this year has given us a scare to the possibilities and even small experiences with flooding as of late. You as the Landlord have some prevention steps as well as tenant training responsibilities that hopefully are incorporated into your unit turnaround checklist as well as covered in your move in checklists with your tenants.

Below are some government sites that provide some direction on what to do before, during, and after a flood occurs. Read the rest of this entry