G-Gram Owner Newsletter
A newsletter for Las Vegas rental owners and investors.
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Previous Owner Newsletters
Below you will find the latest issues of our newsletter. Please feel free to view our most recent editions and sign up if you would like to be added to our email list.
- April 2018: Tips for Getting Your Las Vegas Rental Property Ready for The Summer
- December 2016: Retaining Good Tenants
- November 2016: The Pros and Cons of Tenants Doing Maintenance
- October 2016: Is Your Property Green?
- September 2016: Professional Services for Your Investment
- August 2016: Safety Reduces Liability
- July 2016: What is a Rental Emergency?
- June 2016: Using Effective Documentation
- May 2016: Is it Time to Add to Your Portfolio?
- April 2016: Turning Down The Applicant
- March 2016: What If Your Tenant Calls?
- February 2016: Plan Spring/Summer Maintenance
- January 2016: Setting The Stage
- December 2015: Twelve Proactive Resolutions For Investors
- November 2015: Never Ignore Water
- October 2015: Rewarding Tenants Can Be Profitable
- September 2015: Plan Fall/Winter Maintenance Early
- August 2015: Pest Control and Your Investment
- July 2015: New Energy Requirements
- May 2015: Child Safety in Investment Properties
- April 2015: Fair Housing and Reasonable Modifications
- March 2015: What is Useful Life and Why is it Important?
- February 2015: Water Heaters Repair or Replace
- January 2015: Fair Housing and Assistance Animals
- December 2014: Twelve Practical Steps to Protect Your Investment
- November 2014: Renting and the Holidays
- October 2014: Avoiding Court
- September 2014: Important Questions to Ask Your Insurance Agent
- August 2014: Repairing or Replacing Flooring
- July 2014: The Challenges of Security Deposit Returns
- June 2014: Property Management Takes Teamwork
- May 2014: Does Your Property Need a Tune-Up?
- April 2014: Preventing Fires
- March 2014: The Problem of Hoarding
- February 2014: Why Use a Licensed Contractor for Your Rental Property
- January 2014: It's Cleaner Than When I Found It
- November 2013: The Tenant Is Giving Notice NOW!
- October 2013: Family or Friends As Tenants
- September 2013: Risk Management: Habitability
- August 2013: Selling A Property With A Tenant
- July 2013: Handling Emergencies & Disasters
- June 2013: Vacancy Checklist For Investors
- May 2013: Should You Let A Tenant Out Of Their Lease?
- April 2013: Take The Fair Housing Quiz
- March 2013: Right to Enter
- February 2013: Don't Turn Off The Utilities
- January 2013: Handling The Unauthorized Pet
- December 2012: Applying The Golden Rule To Property Management
- November 2012: Should a Tenant Paint?
- October 2012: EPA Requirements on Refrigerants and Residential Property
- September 2012: Inheriting the Tenant
- August 2012: Is it a Repair or an Improvement?
- July 2012: Treat Your Rental Property as a Business
- June 2012: Landscape Maintenance and Rental Properties
- April 2012: Fair Housing and the Rental Process
- March 2012: The Security Deposit vs. Normal Wear & Tear
- February 2012: Handling Tenant Issues
- January 2012: What Does The Tenant Want Now?
- December 2011: Are You a Knowledgeable Landlord?
- November 2011: A Cash Reserve for Your Investment Property
- October 2011: Landlords DO Have Rights
- September 2011: Bedbugs, a Growing Problem
- August 2011: The Impact of URLTA