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Mariia Kislitsyna
Mariia Kislitsyna

Mariia serves as editor-in-chief and writer for the Rentberry and Landlord Tips blogs. She covers topics such as landlord-tenant laws, tips and advice for renters, investment opportunities in various cities, and more. She holds a master’s degree in strategic management, and you can find her articles in such publications as Yahoo! Finance, Forbes, Benzinga, and RealEstateAgent.

Investment Opportunities in Austin, TX: Market Overview and Best Neighborhoods

Are you looking to expand your residential real estate investment portfolio? We’ve created this short overview for those going in pursuit of the highest ROI or simply looking to purchase their family home. Right now might be the best time to buy a residential property in Austin if you haven’t done it yet. The popularity […]

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5 Best Online Rent Payment Services for Landlords

Managing a rental property always comes with its challenges. There are many things you have to keep track of, from arranging timely maintenance of the unit to diligent background checks of prospective tenants. And, of course, there is a whole topic of collecting rent payments. What’s the best way to do it? Should you use […]

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How Keyless Entry Systems Can Help You Manage Properties More Efficiently

Landlords need to use all possible tools at their disposal to facilitate the organization and management of their properties. Also, as a landlord, you are responsible for ensuring your tenants’ safety and making your properties a pleasant place to live. According to data on burglary rates, renters fall victim to burglaries more often than homeowners, […]

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Should You Accept Credit Card Payments for Rent? A Personal Finance Expert Weighs In

As a landlord, your main goal is to facilitate a steady stream of rental income. With more and more payment tools in the marketplace, many landlords are becoming more open to accepting credit card payments for rent.  Like every other financial decision you make, letting your tenants pay their rent via credit card has both […]

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Tips to Retain Your Ideal Off-Campus Student Tenants

As college students return to in-person learning nationwide, landlords everywhere are sighing in relief. With students back on campus, the demand for housing has skyrocketed, making it a lucrative opportunity for property owners in college towns.  The College Board reported that college students at four-year public universities pay $11,510 for room and board per year, […]

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How to Manage a Multiplex

For landlords looking to make a bit more on monthly rent payments, renting out multiplex apartments is a very attractive option. These rental properties offer the unique advantage of containing multiple distinct living units at a lower upfront cost than two separate units, as well as being easier to maintain and manage. Whether you’re a […]

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Elements of Tenant Screening and Why Is It Important

Whether you’re an aspiring landlord, a guru of real estate, or somewhere in between, you probably know just how difficult it can be to find a great tenant. In some cases, it can be pretty challenging to find a tenant at all, let alone a good one or great one.  One good practice is to […]

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Easy Ways To Increase The Value Of Your Home

The housing market has been on a roller coaster for what seems like forever. It’s one of the most significant investments most people will make, and they want to make sure that it pays off. But what can you do to ensure that your property maintains its value? Investing in your home is one of […]

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Move-Out Inspection 101: Basics Every Landlord Should Know

There are a few concepts every landlord has to know and make a habit of them. Examples include running tenant screening, signing a written rental agreement, and performing a move-out inspection.  All of these simple actions that sometimes are overlooked by landlords and property managers around the world come with multiple benefits. You decrease your […]

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Resident Retention — the Key to Landlord's Success

Living in a rented property can be hard on people. Ultimately, it’s another layer of the unknown in a world full of uncertainty. Similarly, any landlord would want to keep good tenants for as long as possible — it saves plenty of money and trouble. Although both tenants and landlords might visit insurance agents to […]

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