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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.

Understanding Different Types of Home Loans

Building a real estate investment portfolio requires understanding how to choose the right loan for individual projects. The lending market is complex — however, gaining a working understanding of lenders, loan products, rates, terms, eligibility, and down payment requirements is an essential responsibility for any savvy investor. Here’s a quick review of the different types […]

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Normal Wear and Tear in a Rental — Extensive Guide for Landlords

There are a few topics that can be as controversial for landlords and tenants as wear and tear. While renters strive to retrieve as much of their security deposit as possible to use it towards their next apartment, property managers might be reluctant to give back the deposit in full if the condition of the […]

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4 Property Management Trends To Follow In 2021

Every year, property managers have to take time to revamp their strategies. From making moves in their personal career growth to making big profits for their clients, there’s a lot of work to be done. What’s more, you have to keep an eye on the changes in the rental industry and be proactive if you […]

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What Happens If You Just Stop Paying Your Mortgage Loans

While governments have forever been trying to beat the economic boom and bust cycle, this has so far proved elusive. Consequently, during difficult economic times, unemployment will increase, and many people may struggle to maintain their mortgage loan repayments. If you are struggling with your mortgage repayments, it is advisable to speak with your lender […]

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What Is a Co-Signer? How Does It Work and Who Can be Your Co-Signer

Have you been dreaming of buying your own house, but your credit score is far from perfect? Thankfully, there are still some options to look into if you know your chances to get qualified for a loan are pretty low. One of the common ways to get a loan is to find a co-signer. With […]

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Resolving Tenant Complaints Efficiently: 6 Things You Can Do

Just as landlords have certain expectations from tenants, such as paying rent on time, tenants also have assumptions that a landlord is fully aware of their responsibilities, such as providing a secure and habitable space. While landlords have many duties that go beyond simply collecting rent and performing obligations under the law, they often also […]

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Best Tips on How to Sell Your House Fast

Found yourself in the situation when you need to sell your house fast? No panic! In this article, we won’t be trying to get to the root of the problem. Instead, we offer some solutions that could help you find a buyer in mere days! Concentrate on a few steps that might deliver the highest […]

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Could Remote Work Trends Be The Key To Rental Recovery?

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven challenging for landlords across the country. Millions of people lost their jobs, making it tough for tenants to pay their rent. Rental assistance has been slow to reach people who need it. Eviction bans have meant many landlords have had to simply eat the costs.  But the news isn’t all […]

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Real Estate Attorney: What Do They Do and Why Do You Need One

Are you planning to buy your first home? Or, maybe, you’re already in the middle of the process and even got preapproved for your mortgage? No doubt, it is the biggest purchase in many people’s lives, so any buyer faces plenty of difficult questions. Among them is whether you should hire professionals to help you […]

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A guide to EICR for UK Landlords

A property landlord has many responsibilities, but none should be greater than the safety of their tenants. When it comes to the property checks that you need to make, electrical safety should be at the very top of the list. There are now mandatory inspections to ensure that your property is safe and up to […]

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