As a real estate investor and landlord, your job is all about mitigating risk and maximizing return. The more you’re able to…
Right now, real estate investing in either commercial or residential property is one of the most popular ways to make extra money on the side. Some have found it so successful that they’ve made it a full-time profession. Investors can see upwards of $100k in annual revenue if they’re successful. Though the profits of a… [Read More]
Selling your home? It’s a great time to do it. According to data from all over the country, it’s a seller’s market right now because of the scarcity of housing. Because people are having a hard time finding a place to live, sellers can keep their prices high and remain competitive. But having the odds… [Read More]
As soon as people realize that they’re going to put their home on the market and attempt to sell it, their attention immediately goes towards fixing the property up in order to maximize the sale price. But is totally renovating the house prior to listing really the best strategy? The simple answer is no.
Tenants and landlords are notorious for bickering over small issues and trying to shift blame or responsibility to the other party. One area where we commonly see this is rental property yard work. Who is supposed to cut the grass, pull the weeds, and ensure the property looks good? Depending on who you ask, you’ll… [Read More]
If you’re a landlord of an apartment complex, you’ll deal with your fair share of complaints. Sometimes the problems will be serious issues and other times they’ll be tenants who are never happy with their neighbors or your policies. Either way, you need to understand your role in the situation and how the tenant’s “right… [Read More]
No one likes thinking about death, especially when the reality that is human mortality rears its ugly head in your daily life. But the truth of the matter is that as a landlord, you may face the unfortunate event of a tenant’s unexpected death at an inconvenient time. How are you supposed to handle this?… [Read More]
When we think of snowbirds, most people automatically associate the term with Florida, conjuring up a vision of retired citizens of the north flocking to warmer climes for the winter. But why Florida? Certainly, our southernmost state is not the only place in the country with pleasant winter weather. Texas, as we know from experience,… [Read More]