Our Free Landlord Guide For Homeowners

CRM Properties delivers education as well as property management in our Kokomo Landlord Guide. If you’re wondering how to be a good landlord, check out our blogs and talk to us about your challenges.

We provide this Kokomo landlord guide to owners who are managing on their own. When you run into trouble, whether you have to evict a tenant or you’re not sure about a new law, contact us. We’ve seen it all – and we have answers.

On our blog, you can find answers to your questions, ideas for your portfolio, and reasons to invest in Indiana. We’ll also talk about why CRM Properties is the best Kokomo property management company for you.

Contact us for more information and additional Kokomo landlord resources.

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The Fair Credit Reporting Act

The Fair Credit Reporting Act In 1970, the Federal Government passes the Fair Credit Reporting Act. The purpose was to promote the accuracy, fairness, privacy, and integrity of consumer reporting information. Today a standardized format known as metro-2 is used to...

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Landlord-Tenant Law

Landlord-Tenant Law

Being a landlord isn’t just collecting rent checks. Tenants and landlords have important rights and obligations. A critical element for you to be a successful landlord is compliance with state and federal regulations governing the landlord-tenant relationship. Many...

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Credit Report

Credit Report

Choosing the right tenant is the most important task you will have as a landlord. It is essential that you protect yourself and your property by screening tenants with a credit check. This is where most of the newbie landlords make their biggest mistakes. In some...

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Eviction

Eviction

Unfortunately, eviction is an inevitable part of being a landlord. You might be a great landlord and perform rigorous tenant screening, but eventually, you will find yourself with a tenant that doesn’t pay rent and you will have to evict them. Evictions may seem...

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Lease Renewal

Lease Renewal

When the tenant's lease is coming to an end, you have a decision to make. If your current tenant wants to stay longer you can choose between renewing their lease or finding another tenant. Renewing a lease means that, at the end of the lease term, you and your tenant...

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Chris and Julie are great people to work with. They are honest fair and hard working. I have multiple properties with them and when I ask for things they are willing to listen and try to make things right. They are continually trying to keep their business on the cutting edge and making it better for investors. I highly recommend them.

Paul

Property Owner

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What Our Customers Say About Us

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Google CRM Properties Maria
Truly enjoy the work done in my bathroom! Professional and prompt, plus I enjoy the new shower head! Thank you so much! Good to know my rental home is in good hands! Thanks to Stacy Byous and Darin! Daniel Vazquez did a terrific job of contacting me and bringing a payment problem to my attention. With his help it was quickly fixed. Thank you Daniel!
CRM Properties replied:
Maria, fantastic to hear you are pleased with this work! I'm so happy we were able to do this for you.
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Google CRM Properties Ryan
Crm is one of my favorite Property Management companys to work for. Bethan i s my contact and is very kind and courteous and also very professional. I would definitely recommend their services to renters and Property owners.
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Google CRM Properties Tyler
I have been living in one of the rentals in the North side of Kokomo for just over a year. Let me make you aware of some of the shadyness that has gone down so you might have the chance to make a more informed choice when renting. 1). FEES. Ensure that you read the contract very closely as some fees and the exact prices are listed and a reasonable person would agree to them. What you won't see is that if you have a problem with the HVAC system or breakers and then call someone because it's unreasonably hot it your house they charge you 86$ because you didn't know that the breaker was tripped. (Keep in mind the contractor who wired the house never labeled anything) So being a reasonable person I dispute the charges during the annual pet inspection. (75$ fee for the inspection on top of the 25$ pet fee you pay monthly). Lastly about fees you should know that if you rent a say 600$ a month house like me it's common to end up getting charged an extra 150$-250$ in fees so you really end up paying about 800$ a month on rent for a house that might have a value of 45,000$. Woah! you get into this expecting 625$ with the pet fee and utilities and they throw a 800$+ bill at you during the pandemic, what do you do? Let me tell you what happens! You pay it by any means necessary because they don't care about you and they make sure to let you know! All of your payment goes to fees before it goes to rent! That's right so say you pay 700$ of the 800$ for rent and try to pay the "fees next week" you actually only paid the 200$ in fees and 500$ in rent. They do this so they can get away with charging you late fees for having fees. 2.) Communicating! they advertise that you can communicate effectively with the payment portal, this is not true if you have a question about a fee it won't get answered and then you'll still get charged for that fee! It's perfect! 3.) Value! At the rate in which I am paying rents and attempting to keep up with fees and paying fees on late fees it would be more effective for me to purchase a $200,000 house and pay the mortgage because that's what this is turning into. I don't think this is moral business practice and if you are looking to rent from CRM properties I would say probably not I will probably maintain this for another year and since I can clearly afford 700 plus dollars of rent on a monthly basis I'll buy a house where they can't charge me agreegious fees that are yearly worth more than the property tax that's owed for the property!
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Google CRM Properties Passion
I had a breezy move in experience for my very first home thanks to CRM Properties. Amanda Mendenhall was prompt with answering any questions I had as well as contacted me with all necessary steps and information to make my application/document signing process simple. She is eager and not demanding which made me feel confident about purchasing a new home which I already felt a little nervous about as you’d imagine. Also! When I walked in my home right after I got my keys, they had placed a welcome home basket in my kitchen full of some goodies like extra paper towel and a candle. It was a nice surprise and showed how they really put thought into making their clients happy. 🙂
CRM Properties replied:
Thank you so much for the kind words, we're so happy to have helped you find your first home! Please let us know if there's anything else we can do. Thank you!
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Google CRM Properties Kendal
Bethany was a really big help in finding a place for my roommate and I! She was realistic with pricing and even gave us options for lease agreements!

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CRM Property Management

2626 S Webster St.
Kokomo, IN 46902
P: (765) 459-8034
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600 E. Carmel Dr. Suite 114
Carmel, IN 46032
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