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Protecting Yourself With Landlord Insurance

If you plan to rent your home there are many things to consider before putting an ad in the local paper or coffee shop. One of them is liability. Landlord insurance is something you need to investigate in order to properly protect yourself (and your assets) in the event of a mishap. W
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“There Goes The Neighborhood”-Reasons Why Rental Property In Your Community Isn’t A Crisis

Rental property in an upscale neighborhood doesn't have to be a negative if handled properly. Continue reading Continue Reading →

“Rent My House” – Protecting Your Home When You Rent It

At National Property Management Group we are accustomed to working with homeowners who find themselves needing to rent their homes. For some it’s a matter of simply waiting until the market improves before selling. For others it may mean relocation for work. Regardless, we specializ
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Tips For The Happy Renter

Tips for making the renting experience a positive one. Continue reading
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Why Hire A Property Management Company: Finding Tenants

If you’ve found yourself a newly minted landlord because you’re waiting for the market to rebound before you sell or perhaps you’ve inherited a home from a relative, you might think it’s a snap to find a qualified renter. After all, you have an upscale home in a desirable nei
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Six Reasons To Rent Instead Of Buying

Home ownership can come with lots of headaches and is a big commitment. Renting can be a terrific option until you're ready. Continue reading &rarr
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Some Tips On Enduring A Kansas City Summer

Staying cool in the heat of a Kansas City summer can be a challenge. National Property Management Group has some tips to keep the rays at bay. Continue reading Continue Reading →

Five Apps For Property Managers Plus One

Five mobile apps to keep you organized plus one to keep your sanity. Continue reading
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