Detroit Home for Rent

Detroit Home for Rent on the East Side

Location: 14281 Wilfred Street, Detroit, MI 48213

This  Detroit Home for Rent is managed by Pretty Home Realty Property Management.

To schedule an appointment, email Dami at prettyhomerealty@gmail.com or TEXT (248) 633-8568 for more information.

This Detroit Home for Rent is a beautiful brick home with 3 spacious bedrooms 1 full bath and a fireplace, ready to go, for rent near you.

This Detroit Home for Rent features a great master bedroom that opens to a lovely balcony on the back with a lovely view. Large living room and dining room with new grey color hardwood floors which is ideal for entertaining. Clean and spacious basement. Updated bathroom with 2018 installed toilet, vanity and LED lights. Upgraded kitchen with new kitchen faucets and cabinet hardware. All newly installed window shutters on the exterior of the house (Installed after the photos where taken). Clean and freshly painted, quiet neighborhood with great neighbors.

Photos shown are prior to tenants occupancy. Agents must be present for any showings.

Pretty Home Realty Property Management will like to make this lovely house for rent your new home.

Month to Month lease for only $700 a month and occupant is responsible for all utilities. Section 8 vouchers are welcomed.

Requires 1-month rent as security deposit ($700) and first-month rent ($700) for total move in cost ($1,400).

This home is managed by Pretty Home Realty Property Management. To schedule an appointment, email Dami at prettyhomerealty@gmail.com or Text (248) 633-3578 for more information.

 

Why You Should Be A Renter

Helping residents in Lathrup Village, Southfield, Beverly Hills, Birmingham, and other metro Detroit areas in Michigan to understand the benefits of being a renter instead of being a homeowner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you a renter looking for a home? Call the Calhoun Team Realty today (248) 905-1402 and we can find a quality home for you!

Some people today have a hard time deciding whether they should rent a house or a buy a home. Today the Calhoun Team Realty is going to discuss the benefits of why you should be a renter instead of being a homeowner.

Don’t Worry about Maintenance Fees or Repair Costs

Yes, if you are a renter you don’t have to worry about maintenance fees or repair costs. For that’s the homeowner or the property management responsibility.

The Amenities Bonus

Renters can access the fitness center, the inside or outside pool and other amenities, but as for homeowners, they have to pay big bucks to use them or pay fees to maintain them.

0$ On Real Estate Taxes

Another huge benefit for renters is that they don’t have to pay real estate taxes. Real estate taxes can be overwhelming for homeowners – the bigger the home, the bigger the taxes will become.

The Down Payment

No need to save up for a big down payment for renters. They may modify the payment due to different circumstances, but a comparison on payments between renters or homeowners are huge!

The Economy Bullet

Today’s economy can be a nightmare for buyers because their mortgage can be very costly; heck their mortgage can cost more than their actual house itself but renters aren’t affected by that.

Unstable Property Value

One other thing that homeowners can have anxiety about is their property value. The value can go up or dramatically drop, but either way renters are not affected by it.

It’s Much Easier to Simplify

After their lease, renters can easily downsize or simplify their life by moving out and go to a reasonable place to live, but it’s difficult for homeowners to do that because of the process of selling their home and the fees that come with it.

The Rent is Fixed

On the agreement with the renter and the homeowner is the stipulation that the rent stays fixed. If the homeowner wants to change the amount of rent, he/she has to give the renters notice before doing so. Renters can decide from there whether they want to stay or leave.

Insurance Costs

While the homeowners are required to have a homeowner’s insurance policy, renters have the option to have a renter’s insurance policy. We recommend renters to have the renter’s insurance policy because it’s much cheaper and it can cover a lot of things.

The Utility Bills

Remember when I mentioned the bigger the house the bigger the taxes will become? That goes for your utilities bills as well. Think about it. Utilities bills are much lower in a small apartment then opposed to a large house.

To conclude, we as a Property Management see the benefits of renting a home or condo. We are more than happy to assist renters find a good home for a reasonable price. Call the Calhoun Team Realty (248) 905-1402 today for assistance on any of your real estate needs!

 

How to Be A Good Tenant

How to Be a Good Tenant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Are you looking for a home to rent, but nervous about being under a bad landlord? Call the Calhoun Team Realty today (248) 905-1402, and not only will we find the place you desire at a reasonable amount, but also manage it the right way, and as Property Management, will do our best to help good tenants. Let’s say you found a nice place to live and you found a good landlord. You may ask, how can I stay on my landlord’s good side? Let the Calhoun Team Realty help you out with this one.

Reading

Read your lease. (Seriously) I know it can be a drag, but you don’t want to sign something you without knowing all the facts. Conflicts in the future can truly be avoided if you and your landlord can legally see eye to eye. If you truly don’t like reading it, ask someone you trust to help you with it. For this is important.

Your Way vs the Landlord’s Way

This goes hand to hand with the Reading the lease part. For example, you painted the walls, change the appliances, and basically transform the place. Which is nice and dandy and all, but would the landlord approve it? Let’s say they didn’t and he told you violated your lease by doing the things that is clearly said on the list “DON’T” or “DO NOT” on page 4 on your Leasing Agreement that you have signed without actually reading it. To avoid this, read the lease or at least have it documented where you and the landlord both agreed on you changing things around. Do not rely on a verbal agreement because landlords can make a mistake and “forget” in the future.

Notification

Let your landlord know in writing that you need some maintenance on the property, and you can check up on him by calling him. For landlords (good ones anyway) are bound to help you with maintenance on the property, but if the issue is really minor like changing a light bulb or something you really don’t have to pay someone to do, unless your 99 years old or you physically are not able to do it, don’t bug the landlord about it.

Be a Good Neighbor

Treat your neighbors like you want to be treated. No landlord likes to mediate an argument among tenants. If you have a problem with a neighbor, be the bigger person and try to handle it calmly. This will build a good relationship with your neighbors and help keep the landlord at ease when they know the tenants are getting along.

Take Care of It

Keep the place nice and kept up; if you have pets make sure you clean up after them. Not only will this show the landlord that you are a good example of a respectful tenant, but also you will no doubt have a good reference from your landlord.

“Perfect” Timing

Like everything else, you want to pay your dues on time. Most leases have it arranged where you will be charged a late fee after 3-5 days past the due date. This is called the grace period. You want to try your best to avoid this and pay your rent on time. For those who abuse the grace period and may not ever pay a late fee, it can come back and bite them when they need a reference because their previous landlord can easily say “he/she doesn’t pay their monthly rent on time.”

Want more tips? Call the Calhoun Team Realty today (248) 905-1402 and we will guide you to success by making things easier to live in your new home. Also, don’t forget we do Property Management as well, so don’t hesitate if you’re looking for the best property management in Michigan!

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How To Find A Good Landlord

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For assistance of a great renting property management team that cares for their tenants, give Calhoun Team Realty a call (248) 905-1402!

Some people don’t really pay attention to the landlord history before they move in. Unfortunately they take the risk of having a good or decent landlord or a bad one altogether. A few reasons why. Either they never thought about it or they wish they could investigate, but don’t know where to start.

Don’t worry let the Calhoun Team Realty give you some tips about finding a good landlord.

Screening

That’s right, screen them! Since the tenant has to be screened by the landlord to see if they have been naughty or nice, you can do the same to the landlord. What’s their history? Was he/she a good landlord in the past? You need to screen them to find out.

Facts

This goes in harmony with screening. While screening, look for facts about them, good and bad. How long have they been a landlord? How many lawsuits have they been in? Look for their history of their proprieties, are they well maintained? Ask other tenants and neighbors on their views about the landlord. You want to make sure that you have a good landlord for it will be better for you in the long run.

Contract

This is a case for a good landlord gone bad. Make an agreement that if he violates the contract of being a landlord, then you have the right to move out or get another place due to their violation. Landlords must agree to this.  You shouldn’t go through bad management if you’re being a good tenant.

So don’t.

Cover yourself by making a contract that both sides can agree on, and if the landlord can’t keep up with his side of the bargain, then you have a legal way out.

(By the way, if the landlord is uneasy about agreeing with the contract then it’s a sign that he is either not a good landlord or are not confident on doing their part)

Remember we also do Property Management. We treat our tenants the same way we want to be treated, and that’s with high standards, so call the Calhoun Team Realty today (248) 905-1402!

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