Category Archives: Tenant relations

Kelley Company

Eagle Management, LLC recently purchased the property management accounts of Kelley Company, Inc. Gene Kelley, a property manager for more than 50 years, retired. According to Kelley, “my business has been based on trusted relationships, so it was important to me to turn my long term accounts over to an equally trustworthy colleague – thus my reason for working with Eagle Management and Tim Knobloch.” Read More...

Finding The Right Property Manager

What do you look for in a good property manager? The answer to that question depends on what responsibilities, if any, you‘re willing to take on. Do you want to turn your property (or multiple properties) over to someone and have little involvement in the day-to-day management? Or would you rather be an active owner and know the details? Property ownership can either be an advantage or a burden depending on your involvement and the responsibilities you turn over to someone else. Read More...

SCRA & Landlord Tenant Law

Shelter, or housing, is a basic need for all people. Many members of the military choose to live off-base in housing owned by private landlords. This may include renting a bedroom within a house, leasing an apartment, or renting a single-family house. Many service members also rent their houses when they are transferred from an area. The law of the state where the rental property is located controls many important legal issues but federal laws may determine exceptions to normal landlord-tenant laws and regulations for military members.Legal questions often arise when dealing with tenant rights since military law and civil law can be considerably different. Read More...