Losing money on a real estate investment isn’t fun. It especially isn’t fun when you put a lot of sweat equity into completely gutting and renovating a property in order to flip and sell. As an investor, you need to understand that there’s more to successful flipping than finding the property and performing the necessary renovations. You also have to be capable of relisting and selling the property down the road…. [Read More]
Archives for January 2016
Purchasing appliances and keeping them in good condition is part of a landlord’s job, but it’s a more difficult task than it sounds. Unfortunately, even high quality appliances don’t last forever, and minor repairs don’t always do the trick. Knowing which appliances to purchase and getting them for the best price is of the utmost importance.
While renters often look for new appliances when shopping for a place to live, there is no need to constantly replace well-functioning items. Sometimes a fresh coat of paint or some new knobs are all you need. When it does come time purchase new appliances, however, make sure that you reference this handy guide…. [Read More]
As a landlord, whether or not you allow pets in your rental property is entirely up to you. However, when it comes to tenants with emotional disabilities, it’s important to know how to respond to a tenant request for an emotional support animal. Emotional support animals are different from service animals, because they can be of any breed. Not to mention, they don’t have to be trained to perform tasks…. [Read More]