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7 Things You Should Never Allow a Tenant to do in Texas

7 Things You Should Never Allow a Tenant to do in Texas

July 23, 2020

Being a good landlord is like being a good parent. You need to be agreeable and kind, but if you don’t set boundaries, your tenants will take advantage of you.

The 7 Biggest Risks Landlords Face

The 7 Biggest Risks Landlords Face

July 21, 2020

Everyone should take the time to study the decisions, behaviors, and habits of wealthy individuals to understand which sweeping trends are common amongst them. Among other things, you’ll discover that they have an affinity for real estate investing. Thus, if you want to build your own wealth, it would make sense to at least consider… [Read More]

How COVID-19 Will Affect the Houston Housing Marketing

How COVID-19 Will Affect the Houston Housing Marketing

July 17, 2020

The events following the breakout of COVID-19, often called coronavirus, are unprecedented for today’s global citizens. The United States hasn’t seen the spread of a virus that’s so prolific and potentially catastrophic in about 100 years, since the Spanish flu of 1918.

How to Handle Repair Requests After a Home Inspection

How to Handle Repair Requests After a Home Inspection

July 16, 2020

The home buying process is long and complicated. And while certain aspects are fun – like touring homes and finding precisely what you want – other elements are pure drudgery. The due diligence and repair process that follows an accepted offer would fall into this latter category. But the better you understand how to handle… [Read More]

5 Things Young People Can Do to Prepare for Real Estate Investing

5 Things Young People Can Do to Prepare for Real Estate Investing

July 14, 2020

Real estate investing is the worst-kept secret in the wealth-building handbook. If you want to grow your money and generate serious cash flow that works for you, real estate is the way to go. But if you’re still young and don’t quite have the financial resources or experience to invest today, what can you do… [Read More]

Lead Generation Sources for Real Estate Investors

10 Lead Generation Sources for Real Estate Investors

July 9, 2020

For real estate investors, leads are the name of the game. In order to make savvy investments, you need a constant influx of new opportunities. And if you consider that only one or two deals out of a hundred will ever come to fruition, you need a well-lubricated funnel that continues to provide lead after… [Read More]

Should You Rent Out Your Home During Events in Your City?

Should You Rent Out Your Home During Events in Your City?

July 7, 2020

Vacation rental services like Airbnb, VRBO, and HomeAway make it easy to rent out your home or a couple of extra bedrooms to make extra money on the side. You don’t have to be a full-time landlord to rent out your property occasionally.

Is The Security Deposit Obsolete?

Is The Security Deposit Obsolete?

July 2, 2020

Security deposits have long been a norm in the rental world. Tenants are expected to put down as much as an entire month’s rent as insurance against potential damages. Then, when they move out, properties are assessed and the security deposit, or a portion thereof, is supposed to be returned based on the condition of… [Read More]