We all love our furry friends. Cats, dogs, rabbits, gerbils…you name it. But for all of the joy that they bring us, it’s hard to deny the mess that pets come with. And if you aren’t careful, these hairy roommates can turn your cozy home into a smelly zoo.
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In busy real estate markets, rental properties go like hotcakes in a crowded diner. But when the inevitable slow spells come, it can be more challenging to find tenants to fill vacant properties. Knowing how to wow them on the spot can help you avoid the cash flow problems that come with empty rental properties.
The American Dream is a pretty broad, overarching concept with a diverse array of definitions. But do you know what one of the common threads between them is? Home ownership.
If you bring up the topic of renting a house, you’re bound to get a bunch of different tips and pointers – especially if you discuss it within the context of home ownership. But as with most things in life, people don’t always know what they’re talking about. Misconceptions abound so do your own research before believing what others say.
Millennials make up an increasingly large portion of the housing market. At least 10,000 of them turn 21 every single day in America – more than 300,000 each month. That means millions of millennials are entering the housing market on an annual basis. As a real estate investor or landlord, understanding how these individuals operate will help you become more in tune with the marketplace.
For many families, finding the right neighborhood is a crucial part of the home search process. A good neighborhood is safe, has other children, and features amenities like playgrounds, sidewalks, and maybe even a clubhouse with a swimming pool. But to make these things possible, there also has to be a homeowners’ association – commonly referred to as an HOA.