Where do you draw the line over the clearly defined lease statement, "no pets." A perfect tenant, pays on time, house reasonably clean, and there is a great big friendly gray cat inside the home?
Often as a Landlord we get caught up in the actual repairs or physical needs of a rental property and we become slackards in the area it matters the most - the business of keeping accurate records.
Does it add rental revenue to your budget to provide lawn care for your tenants in single family homes? Pros and Cons depending on market and geographical area.
You always find the right Tenant with the right Questions? The reality of this question is that you work to find a good Tenant, you work to keep good Tenant, but you don't always get a good Tenant.
When replacing floor coverings in your rental, cost and longevity are always a primary concern. Finding a deal, may not be a deal with installation cost. Run your numbers always.