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Renting an apartment to students or in a student-populated area can be quite different from renting to non-students. Students are known for having a shorter and sometimes unpredictable vacancy rate although they can also make wonderful tenants that any landlord should consider catering to.
Technology has grown to be a very important part of our lives. People are becoming increasingly dependent on gadgets, the internet and a constant communication with friends and family. As a landlord, you can take advantage of this to make your rental apartment more appealing to a growing population of technology users.
As a landlord, investing a little extra in your apartment can attract more potential tenants and boost what you charge for rent. Offering a clean, freshly painted and well maintained rental doesn’t have to break the bank. A few small upgrades can really affect your bottom line and the tenants that you get.
If you’re an experienced landlord then you probably already have a tried and tested process for selecting the right tenants for your rental property. However if you're new to renting and haven't had much experience then this article is going to be of more interest.