Montana Rental Laws Guide

Montana Rental Laws Guide

Elk, elk, elk… yep, Montana is the largest habitat of Elks. Montana is also referred to as the treasure state because it is rich in gold, silver and the like. And for you landlords out there, Montana proves a relatively landlord-friendly state.  While it is always...
Missouri Rental Laws Guide

Missouri Rental Laws Guide

Oh Missouri, aka the “show-me state”. Did you know that the great old state of Missouri is bordered by 8 other states? Yep, this midwestern home of Maya Angelou and Eminem offers the beautiful Ozark mountain range and much more. And if that is not enough, Missouri is...
Texas Rental Laws Guide

Texas Rental Laws Guide

The Lone Star State boasts relatively landlord-friendly rental laws. Texas also has second largest economy in the USA, after California. (Real estate investors, can you say “Opportunity?”) Median gross rents are in the $950 range and climbing. Rental vacancy...
South Dakota Rental Laws Guide

South Dakota Rental Laws Guide

Mount Rushmore is certainly not the only reason people come to South Dakota. Although, it certainly helps it to bring in almost two billion dollars annually in tourism revenue. Plus, South Dakota has a strong agricultural base and plenty of natural resources. South...
Tennessee Rental Laws Guide

Tennessee Rental Laws Guide

From Nashville to Memphis, Elvis and Graceland, to being the country music capital, Tennessee has a lot to boast. According to SmartAsset.com rents in this great state are below the US average. A typical two-bedroom apartment, rents for about $995 per month. The cost...
South Carolina Rental Laws Guide

South Carolina Rental Laws Guide

Perhaps when you think of South Carolina, Myrtle Beach comes to mind. However, South Carolina is fairly a landlord-friendly state where renters make up approximately 33.5% of the total residents. It is fast becoming a popular location for retirees for it’s warmth and...