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What Should You Do With Your Spare Room?

Posted on Friday, January 17, 2020

If you are lucky enough to move into a home where you have more rooms than you need, you have the opportunity to take advantage of the extra space rather than just store Christmas decorations. In this post, we'll give you some ideas on how to best utilize the space.

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No Comments | Decorating, Home Remodeling, Cleaning and Organization, Tenant Tips

Remodeling Tasks for a Tight Budget

Posted on Thursday, August 22, 2019

Remodeling your home is a fun, smart way to increase it's value and add some personality, but it an get expensive quick! We've put together a list of some ideas about inexpensive ways to update your home without breaking the bank.

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No Comments | Decorating, Home Remodeling

When Improving Your Home is the Wrong Choice

Posted on Thursday, August 15, 2019

Are you considering remodeling part of your home? Before you start, be careful to avoid these common renovation mistakes!

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1 Comment | Landlord Tips, Maintenance/DIY, Home Remodeling

4 Unique Decorating Features to Attract Top Tenants

Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Decorating Features

You can attract the kind of top tenants that will take care of your rental property, pay rent in a timely manner and notify your property manager right away when there is a problem that needs attention. Here are some ideas for unique decorating features that will appeal to those who appreciate quality and fine craftsmanship.

1. Automatic Sensor Faucet

If you need to replace the faucet anyway, consider upgrading to an automatic sensor faucet. This technologically advanced faucet will take your kitchen décor up a notch. It also makes it easier for tenants to keep the sink area clean.

2. Pendant Lighting

It’s a simple matter to install pendant lighting instead of recessed lights in the soffit or ceiling over a kitchen breakfast counter. Pendant lighting offers style, grace and the kind of upscale atmosphere that quality tenants will immediately be drawn to.

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1 Comment | Home Remodeling

Dos and Don'ts For Rental Property Remodels

Posted on Thursday, October 5, 2017
Here at Walker Rentals, we offer property management services in the Waynesville, Fort Leonard Wood, and St. Robert areas. In our years of helping people manage their properties, we have learned a thing or two about what attracts great tenants. One way is by performing minor remodeling on your rental property. But don't jump into hasty decisions, you will want to be sure of your choices first. Here are some minor remodeling dos and don'ts to help your property stay filled.


These features are likely to help you attract a prospective tenant.

Use White Paint

Unless you are going for a more expensive color option, white paint will cost you the same as both cream or beige (two affordable options). The vast majority of people prefer a white backdrop over cream or beige, so going white will cast the widest net to attract new tenants.

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No Comments | Home Remodeling

Unusual Remodeling Ideas

Posted on Monday, June 26, 2017

Here at Walker Rentals, we provide property management services and find homes for rent in Waynesville, MO and the surrounding areas. Having been in the property management industry for many years, we think we've been around the block a few times, and seen just about every time of remodeling and renovation that there is. But, this being the age of the internet, there's always somebody trying to take things to the next level. For your enjoyment, here are some admittedly crazy but fun renovation ideas for a home.

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1 Comment | Home Remodeling

Tips For Increasing Your Home's Value

Posted on Friday, June 16, 2017

Here at Walker Rentals, we help both prospective tenants and prospective renters find and sell homes for rent in Waynesville, MO and the surrounding areas. If you are looking to sell your home for rent, it could prove lucrative to spend a little bit of time and money increasing the overall value of your property (and thus, what you can charge your tenants). However, home improvements are not decisions that you will want to take lightly -- mistakes can be costly. To help you in making a decision, we have listed some tips for increasing your home's value here.


If you aren't already an avid fan of home design, it will probably be worth it to hire a professional realtor or designer. That's because they are going to have the knowledge and experience necessary to know what additions and changes will attract the highest number of people for the highest sell price possible. Even if you don't necessarily use them after, they can point you in the right direction to most efficiently use your money.

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No Comments | Landlord Tips, Home Remodeling
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