How to Avoid Damages from Breach of Quiet Enjoyment

An implied warranty of habitability is a part of every lease agreement in New Jersey. This is a general warranty from the landlord that the unit is free of problems that would unreasonably inhibit the quiet enjoyment of the property. The ‘covenant of ‘quiet enjoyment’ restricts… “any act or omission of landlord . . .


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Benefits of Month-to-Month Lease for Landlords in NJ

New Jersey renter’s law allows for many different kinds of lease arrangements. Most leases are on an annual basis, but landlords can also choose to have the lease run month-to-month. This is certainly a less stable arrangement than an annual lease, but there are several reasons that you should consider it if you are a


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What to do if Tenant Damages Property

What can you do if a tenant destroys your property? When it comes to tenant-caused damage, who pays? If you’ve found yourself asking these questions, you’re not alone. Many landlords have found themselves facing tough choices and big repair bills because their tenants did not adequately care for rental properties. If this is happening to


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3 Important Tips: Finding a Good Tenant

Consistent rental income relies on stable tenants. If you find yourself constantly dealing with tenants who won’t pay their rent or take care of the property, it’s time to consider updating your evaluation policy. There are great tenants out there, but you need to be dedicated and discerning in order to fill multiple units with


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Protect Rental Property with Insurance

If you’re a landlord who has struggled with the question of rental insurance for your property, you aren’t alone. Insurance can provide protection and peace-of-mind, and it can help you protect yourself from bad tenants. However, it will also cut into your bottom line. Insurance that provides the protection you need is going to cost


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What to Do with Tenants Belongings after Eviction in New Jersey

Sometimes, you may be faced with tenants who leave their furniture or other property in or around the unit. This can happen for several reasons. Sometimes it happens because the tenant doesn’t want to haul anything away, and they’ve decided to abandon the property. Even when you know this is the case, you can’t simply


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Notice to Cease for Late Payment of Rent in NJ

You need to respond immediately when a tenant begins to make late payments on their rent. While you’re likely concerned about access to the funds you’re entitled to, light pockets aren’t the real danger when it comes to allowing late rent payments. Under New Jersey, late rent can become an expectation of the tenant if


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How to Handle Habitual Late Payments of Rent

If your tenants don’t always pay on time, you’re not alone. Landlords throughout New Jersey must deal with this situation, and most of them have no idea how to put a stop to it. That’s a problem, because allowing late payments habitually just makes enforcing due dates later more complicated. If you’ve already made a


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Breach of House Rules and Lease Violation in New Jersey

A lease violation can occur through a breach of house rules. A breach of house rules are a violation of the the rules laid out in the lease agreement for the proper use of the property. If you intend to stop the behavior and protect your property, you need to react as quickly as possible.


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How to Prepare to Evict a Tenant

The eviction of tenants is a strict legal process, and you’ll need to prepare if you want your property returned to you as quickly as possible. The process to evict a tenant will require collecting documents.  These documents prove your relationship to the tenant and property and show that you are in compliance with renting


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