Tenant Screening: Best Practices for Avoiding Landlord Nightmares

Oct 03, 2011 Matt Roesly

Currently more people than ever are renting their residential properties. More people than ever are learning that it’s not easy to be a landlord. More people than ever are discovering the nightmares of being a landlord. If you have a


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What's going on in Washington? How the CFPB is Changing the Alternative Finance Industry.

Sep 26, 2011 Todd Milner

The mood in Washington among Republicans concerning the CFPB is stalemate.  According to Michael Schreiber writing for credit.com on 9/12/2011, the stalemate comes after President Obama nominated Richard Cordray to become the


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Simple Guide to Credit Risk Management

Sep 13, 2011 Brian Bradley

While there are a number of available tools that can assist a bank or lending institution in their Credit Risk Management procedures, there are some basic practices that form a foundation for assessment.  The credit report, when properly


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10 Most Common Landlord Legal Pitfalls - And How to Avoid Them

Sep 07, 2011 Matt Roesly

Renting out property, especially residential apartments, presents its own unique legal challenges. Here are ten examples of common mistakes landlords might run into:   1. Failing to regularly check for health and safety, and for hazardous


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Ways To Improve Business Credit Scores

Aug 20, 2011 Brian Bradley

If you own a business and want to be approved for a loan, a credit line, a lease agreement, or any other financial transaction, it's very important to have a strong business credit history to rely on. Based on a good business credit score,


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