Name: Marina Shlomov

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Web Site: http://alhpodland.com/

Bio: Marina Shlomov, a managing partner at ALH|Podland Rental Homes Property Management is the author of many articles on Landlording, Property Management, and Real Estate Investing. A residential builder in the state of Georgia sense 1999, Marina is an investor herself. Her property management company is intended “For Investors” and “By Investors” for a simple reason – she knows what investors goals are and she works hard to reach their goals. In her spare time, Marina likes to spend time with her family, friends, garden, read and travel.  

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    Homeowners Insurance vs. Landlord Insurance

    January 18th, 2017

    Homeowners Insurance vs. Landlord Insurance

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    5 Things You Need to do to Your Rental Property Every Year

    December 22nd, 2016

    5-things-you-need-to-do-to-your-atlanta-rental-property-every-yearYou have spent much time and resources on your rental property investment. Just because you do not reside in your rental property does not mean you should ignore its needs. As Atlanta property managers, we want to remind you, that your property is an investment and part of your livelihood. If it is not maintained, it may be difficult to keep a tenant – and a happy one, at that.

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    What Do Your Tenants REALLY Want?

    August 29th, 2016
    What-do-tenants-really-wantEveryone has heard horror stories about bad tenants. They make movies about them because melodramas sell at the box office. While there are bad tenants who cheat owners out of rent and can be destructive, the majority of renters are simply good people.

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    Landlording: Beware of Tenant Retaliation

    August 15th, 2016

    beware-of-tenant-retaliationFair Housing law defines retaliation as an act of harm by the owner, manager, or agent against a resident or applicant because that resident or applicant has asserted their fair housing rights. This important legislation protects the right of the applicant, resident, prospective home buyer, or loan seeker to file a discrimination case, or to participate in a discrimination investigation. Sufficient evidence can support a charge of retaliation even it does not support the main discrimination charge.

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    10 Good Resolutions for Landlords To Do Anytime To Improve Their Business

    July 20th, 2016

    10-Landlords-Improvement-PlansThe beginning of January is traditionally the time when people are planning their year and making their “New Year Resolutions.” Even though we are now in July, it’s still true that many people forget their resolutions as the year progresses. So, just a reminder that all property owners could benefit by sitting down and making a list of resolutions that would insure the success of their investment then work to keep them, weather in January or in July. Here are ten good resolutions for landlords that can be done anytime through out the year that can benefit their investment portfolio.

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    Effective Documentation For Landlords

    June 30th, 2016

    Effective-Documentation- For-Landlords-tipsToday, when you buy or rent a property, the amount of paperwork required is often staggering. Once upon a time, an agreement to purchase or rent a property was one page, but now the basic agreement is multiple pages often accompanied by multiple disclosures or addendums.

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    Raising the Rent

    June 8th, 2016

    Raising the Rent by ALH|Podland RealtyWhile reviewing their return on investment (ROI), many property owners think raising rents will improve the bottom line for the upcoming year. It is important to review income and expense figures on a regular basis and stay in tune with the housing market. However, as your property management company, we know there are many things to consider when contemplating a rent increase. Read the rest of this entry “

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    How To Keep The “Good Tenants”

    May 20th, 2016

    How-To-Keep-the-Good-TenantsAs Landlords know all too well, keeping good tenants is critical yet, sometimes difficult. If you are looking for a way to reward your good tenants, then we have a few ideas to share! Read the rest of this entry “

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    Generation Gap: How To Make Your Rentals Friendly For Millennials & Baby Boomers

    April 29th, 2016

    5 Keys For Rental Investing In recent years, rental properties have been adding a list of exciting new amenities to reflect the demands for the latest technology and comfort. When it comes to making your property friendly for a wide variety of tenants, you’re probably looking for ways to create a fresh offering of amenities that will appeal to virtually anyone. To do this, you need to offer amenities that accommodate the generation gap that is currently present in America.

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    4 Steps To Easier Security Deposit Returns

    April 1st, 2016

    4-Steps-to-Easier-Security-Deposit-ReturnsLandlords and Rental Property Investors. There will come a time when a tenant will be exiting your property and you will have to return all or a portion of their security deposit as part of the provisions of the termination of their lease. Below are I shared with your our 4 Step process for returning tenant security deposits. Read the rest of this entry “

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