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How to Raise the Rent on Your Utah Rental Property

As a Utah landlord, you probably already know that a low tenant turnover rate is good for business. It means higher rental yield. A high tenant turnover, on the other hand, spells problems. It means spending more time and money trying to find replacement tenants. So,...

Security Deposit Laws in Utah

  The security deposit laws in Utah are very clear. The purpose of the deposit is to cushion the landlord in case the tenant causes property damage or is unable to pay rent. In addition to these laws, you should also check to see if there are security deposit...

Overview of Utah Rental Laws

Also known as Title 78B of the Utah Code, the Utah landlord-tenant law was enacted to regulate the interactions between a landlord and a tenant. The code outlines the rights and responsibilities of each party. As a Utah property management company we are well...

What You Need to Know About Breaking a Lease in Utah

There are instances when you’re justified in breaking a rental lease. For example, you and your partner may be expecting a new baby, so you need extra room. Or you may be a serviceman and have been deployed to a new location. Whatever the reason, bear in mind...

The Eviction Process in Utah

There’re good tenants and bad ones, just as there’re good landlords and bad ones. In Utah, the legal term for an eviction is an ‘unlawful detainer suit.’ As a landlord, sometimes you’re left with no other choice but to evict a tenant. The first step in attempting to...