Go4Rent Magazine: Renter Edition
Go4Rent publishes a bimonthly magazine for tenants intended to be informative, educational and enjoyable to read.
Go4Rent shares tips for tenants to work with landlords on rental amenities.
Community gardens offer benefits to renters. But tenants should know how to establish a shared garden without violating condominium owners association (COA) rules, lease agreements or relationships with neighbors.
While a pool (or hot tub) can be an attractive rental amenity, it can also be an added burden due to maintenance and upkeep. The signed lease agreement should dictate a specific maintenance routine, but the tenant will frequently be responsible for caring for the pool or hot tub on the property.
In warmer states like Texas and Florida, they aren’t a necessity for the weather. But renters who crave the comfort and nostalgia of a fireplace can still find one. This article will explain the pros and cons of four different types of fireplaces for renters.
2022 created a “new normal” and people have headed back to the office and their favorite hangouts (if those companies survived economically). But some homebodies and hosts have found themselves growing even more comfortable with their DIY home decor, including building their own bars.
Excess moisture and poor ventilation are the main problems with windowless bathrooms, the results of which can lead to health issues and costly repairs. Use these tips and tricks to resolve them all.
Even after social isolation has significantly ceased, could a breakfast nook still be the way to bring more happiness and comfort to the home experience? Here’s a breakdown of the pros and cons of this design choice.
Keeping rental properties relevant in the boom of smart technology options doesn’t have to involve a steep investment. The technology upgrades renters have come to expect are accessible both financially and technically.
What should tenants do if they want to create an accent wall in a new residence, but the landlord doesn’t like the color? A temporary fix like tempaper (peel-and-stick wallpaper) can resolve this and be a happy medium for both.
When Realtors have shown tenants back-to-back locations, after a while, these places may start to look the same. That is, unless something stands out about one over the others. Maybe it’s the neighborhood, the cabinets, or the texture of the walls or floors. Something about the place has to feel like “home” in order to want to move in.