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What Are My Responsibilities as a Landlord After a Fire?

Posted on : October 2, 2016
A fire is one of the most frightening things that can happen to a property you own. If your property is damaged or completely destroyed by fire, you may be at a loss as to what to do. Here’s what you need to know if your rental property is damaged by or lost to a […]

Are Landlords Responsible for Mold in Their Rental Properties?

Posted on : August 29, 2016
Michigan Landlord Tenant Attorney
Mold is something no one wants in their house. Although homeowners should act quickly to remove it, they don’t necessarily have to. Landlords, on the other hand, have a responsibility in Michigan to keep their rental properties free of mold — which is considered a health hazard. Here’s what you need to know about your […]

What to Ask Yourself Before You Evict Your Tenant

Posted on : August 2, 2016
Michigan Eviction Lawyer
Although renting property to tenants can be lucrative, it can also be stressful and at times, expensive. Eviction is one situation that can easily escalate, so it’s important to think things through before issuing a notice. Here are some questions you may want to ask yourself before evicting your tenant. Are You Legally Able to […]

Tips for Successful Renting

Posted on : June 21, 2016
Michigan Landlord Tenant Lawyer
Renting out property to a tenant can seem like a nightmare for a landlord. However, if you market your property effectively and keep landlord/tenant law in mind when preparing your property, you can position your house or apartment¬†for a smooth transaction and secure great tenants that pay rent on time and take good care of […]

Are You Asking Potential Tenants These Critical Questions?

Posted on : May 24, 2016
Michigan Tenant Law
When you interview a prospective tenant for your rental property, it’s important that you get a good feel for who they are, how responsible they are, and how the tenancy is likely to play out. Here are some critical questions you need to ask when considering who to rent your property to. 1. What Is […]