Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Rhode Island 

Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Rhode Island

If you’re considering buying an investment property in Rhode Island, you’re focusing on a region rich in potential and opportunity. From the streets of Providence to the shores of Newport, this small state boasts diverse neighborhoods and communities catering to various investment strategies. In this guide, we’ll share the top tips for buying investment property…

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Breaking a Lease in Rhode Island – Know the Laws

As a property owner in Rhode Island, it’s essential you familiarize yourself with the State’s laws and regulations. This includes the rules and regulations guiding a tenant breaking their lease. Learning that your tenant’s has broken their lease can be disheartening. The process of securing a reliable tenant involves considerable effort, including advertising, property showings,…

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A Guide to the Eviction Process in Rhode Island

In Rhode Island, property owners have certain rights and responsibilities under landlord-tenant law, including the right to evict a tenant for noncompliance to the terms of the tenant’s lease. Noncompliance can occur in a number of ways, which we will discuss in the following article.  Even so, there is a process a landlord must follow…

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Rhode Island Security Deposit Laws

As a landlord, renting out your Rhode Island rental property comes with certain financial risks. However, requiring tenants to pay security deposits can help mitigate these risks and protect your bottom line. At Lyon Property Management, we want to ensure that you’re equipped with the knowledge and understanding of how to handle a tenant’s deposit.…

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Rhode Island Rental Laws – An Overview of Landlord Tenant Rights

Relationships between Rhode Island landlords and tenants begin when a landlord and renter sign a lease and are informed by statewide Landlord-Tenant Laws. A Rhode Island rental agreement becomes valid once your tenants pay rent in exchange for occupying a rental property.   Once the lease is valid, both parties obtain certain rights and responsibilities. As…

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