Choosing the right tenants is one of the most important parts of being a landlord. The right tenants make being a landlord an easy way to make money, particularly with help from Houston, Woodlands, and Katy property management. The wrong tenants, on the other hand, are bad news.
If you’re leasing your residential property for the first time, perhaps you’ve made it through the difficult first steps – preparing your property for rent, choosing and vetting your tenants, and making a deal with one of the many Houston property management companies.
In today’s property market, many homeowners choose to lease rather than sell their homes. If you’re a homeowner in Houston, leasing your property can be a very lucrative decision. The low cost of living and numerous attractions in multicultural Houston make the city one of the country’s best places to live. Prospective renters recognize the advantages of living in Houston. As a landlord, your leased Houston property can be a profitable business venture.
Property Evaluator is a great mobile app for investors who need to quickly determine the profitability of real estate investments. In addition, the app allows you to easily prepare professional investment reports to email to others…. [Read More]
Many overseas investors are buying into the United States’ real estate market. While this can be a good idea for foreign investors wishing to take advantage of the current low property costs or conducting a business on American soil, there are a few differences between U.S. citizen and foreign investor tax rules.
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Too often landlords do not realize how simple it is to evict a tenant when payment of rent has not occurred. If you’re a landlord or property manager, you don’t have to hire an expensive attorney to evict a tenant for you – just put the “How To” steps below into practice and see how you can deal with your evictions simply and quickly yourself.
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Are you tired of being forced to sell your home every time you relocate for a temporary job assignment? Do you feel as if your current investments aren’t working hard enough for you?
It may be time to think about leasing your home with the helpful support of a professional property manager.
Who needs a property manager?
What comes to mind when you think of a property manager? Many people operate under the assumption that property managers are for real estate tycoons who own hundreds of rental properties and tenants.
But those types make up only a small fraction of a typical property manager’s client base. The majority of people who depend on a property manager are folks just like you, and fall into one of the following categories:
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