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12 Moving Day Tips for a Less Stressful Experience

September 3, 2020

The process of selling your current home and buying a new one is stressful, time-consuming, and full of important tasks and responsibilities. At times, it seems as if it’ll never end. But don’t worry, you’ll eventually get settled. Moving day is the final stage of the home purchase process. And while you’re certainly looking forward… [Read More]

For San Marcos Investors, COVID Relocations Present New Opportunities

August 4, 2020

COVID-19 has left the real estate industry reeling. Potential buyers are split between taking advantage of record low mortgage rates and the added stress of moving during a pandemic – as seen in major markets like Houston, current conditions have created a buyer’s market. Mortgage rates aside, though, COVID-19 has also sparked a desire to… [Read More]

Which Austin Texas Home Upgrades Are Worth the Money?

Which Austin Texas Home Upgrades Are Worth the Money?

August 1, 2020

Buying an Austin home is a great feeling; you’ll have a piece of property that’s entirely your own in a city that’s consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the United States. But over time, you’ll likely be interested in making improvements to that property, including major renovations, small repairs, and… [Read More]

How to Keep Unavoidable Damage, Wear, and Tear to a Minimum

How to Keep Unavoidable Damage, Wear, and Tear to a Minimum

July 30, 2020

With a tenant in your rental property, you can’t avoid damage, wear, and tear completely. For instance, the carpet will probably be worn down a bit, even if your tenant doesn’t wear shoes in the house. The carpet will also likely fade a bit and you could end up with hair dye stains in the… [Read More]

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]

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]

Accommodating And Communicating With Deaf Tenants

Accommodating And Communicating With Deaf Tenants

June 30, 2020

As a property manager, making every tenant feel welcome is at the heart of your job. How do you fulfill this responsibility, though, when you can’t easily communicate with your tenants? As may happen when working with non-English speaking tenants, property managers may also encounter communication challenges when working with d/Deaf tenants. This is especially… [Read More]

6 Ways to Make Your House Quieter Through Better Soundproofing

6 Ways to Make Your House Quieter Through Better Soundproofing

June 25, 2020

Your home is supposed to be a place where you can relax, unwind, and seek refuge from the chaos of the outside world. Unfortunately, many houses are just as loud and manic on the inside. If you want to address this issue, you’ll need to invest in better soundproofing. The Why and How of Soundproofing … [Read More]