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 repairs and home upgrades.
Hurricane Ian and Hurricane Harvey were important reminders about the need to stay prepared for any type of emergency. Here’s how renters can try to keep themselves and their homes safe.
There are plenty of ways tenants can help soundproof their space. Here are some cheap, easy ways to ensure peace and quiet.
Dealing with freezing temperatures isn't out of the question for those living in Texas and Florida. In fact, both states have seen unusually cold, and sometimes record-breaking, winters in recent years. Here’s how tenants can protect their homes and greenery when freezing weather strikes.
After the Miami balcony collapse, tenants may choose to reevaluate some of the questions they never asked before, including balcony safety, whether Building Violations should be called, and what balcony repairs have already been made and/or are in need.
Airbnb provides property owners with a convenient way to rent their property on a short-term basis. Renters may also try to cash in and sublease too. But if the landlord approves the sublease, what are the consequences if an Airbnb guest damages the property?
A portable washer and dryer may be the easiest way to resolve a broken washer/dryer repair. In this post, find out the pros and cons of these machines, how to install them, and how to negotiate pricing details with the landlord.
Here are eight frequently overlooked housing details that tenants should look for more often when they reach that residence.
Here are five ways to upgrade a bathroom for under $500.
For tenants who want to temporarily redesign their rentals, there are several ways to upgrade a home without violating a lease agreement.
Here are six tips for maintaining the cleanliness and functionality of laundry appliances in a rental.
No matter how perfect a rental is, there are bound to be repairs. And for tenants, knowing who is responsible for mishaps, calamities, and wear and tear is a must.