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How to Turn Your Rental Building Into a Respectful Community

How to Turn Your Rental Building Into a Respectful Community

June 20, 2017

Whenever you have multiple families and individuals living in the same community and sharing facilities like pools, saunas, clubhouses, barbecues, and laundry rooms, you’re going to see lifestyle differences that are sure to clash and cause frustration for tenants and possibly even you.

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Is Winter the Best Time to Buy a New Home?

January 31, 2017

If you’re thinking about buying a new home, you’re probably at least vaguely aware that your timing is everything. Home prices fluctuate constantly, in response to many variables – the economy, the housing market specifically, and various neighborhood conditions – so submitting a bid on a home at the right time could make your investment… [Read More]

6 Things Successful Landlords Do That Others Don’t

6 Things Successful Landlords Do That Others Don’t

October 4, 2016

Anyone with the right amount of money, a healthy credit score, and access to resources can purchase investment properties and become a landlord. However, there’s a huge difference between being a landlord and being a successful landlord. The latter requires patience, foresight, intelligence, and strategic action. Just because the barriers to entry are relatively low… [Read More]

finding profitable rental property is one of the most rewarding experiences there is

10 Signals of a Loser Rental Property

September 22, 2016

Finding a profitable rental property is one of the most rewarding experiences there is. It promises a steady monthly income from renters and the potential for more investments in the future. But it’s not easy to find a property in great condition and situated in an excellent neighborhood. Sometimes, you end up with a lost-rental… [Read More]

Vacation Homes: 7 Ways to Attract Repeat Renters

Vacation Homes: 7 Ways to Attract Repeat Renters

August 25, 2016

Managing vacation homes can be both lucrative and tiresome. Some years are good, while others are less than stellar. And while there are plenty of strategies for attracting renters, one thing that separates successful vacation home owners from average ones is their ability to leverage the value of repeat renters year after year. 7 Ways… [Read More]

How to Invest in Real Estate When You’re Broke

How to Invest in Real Estate When You’re Broke

August 9, 2016

If you’ve spent any time watching HGTV, you’ve seen the imposing profits that can come from real-estate investments. A quick Google search yields hundreds more stories about investors who made their fortunes in the housing industry. It’s an attractive investment market, but difficult to enter without a lot of initial capital. Even people who have… [Read More]

4 Things You Should Stop Doing If You’re a Landlord

4 Things You Should Stop Doing If You’re a Landlord

July 22, 2016

You have a lot to do as a landlord. Properties don’t take care of themselves, and it’s your responsibility to see that your properties are in tip-top shape for your tenants. This often has you staring at an impressive number of items on your to-do list. Thinking about your to-do list isn’t necessarily a productive… [Read More]

Looking To Invest? 5 Listing Red Flags To Watch Out For

Looking To Invest? 5 Listing Red Flags To Watch Out For

June 24, 2016

If you’re looking to invest in properties, one skill you’ll need to hone is reading real estate listings. To the untrained eye, a real estate listing is a skeleton – a bare frame that’s only filled by photos and a tour of the property – but to the experienced reader, property descriptions are a code… [Read More]

7 Things a Real Estate Agent Might Forget to Tell Sellers

7 Things a Real Estate Agent Might Forget to Tell Sellers

May 6, 2016

Having a knowledgeable real estate agent on your side when selling a home is extremely helpful. Your agent can handle everything from the marketing to the negotiations, which removes a lot of pressure for you.

17 Places to Find Free Inspiration on Home Design

17 Places to Find Free Inspiration on Home Design

December 23, 2015

Every once in a while, it’s a good idea to redecorate your properties – especially if you’re struggling to keep consistent tenants. Fortunately, there are plenty of great places to look for inspiration, and you can easily find design ideas that fit perfectly into your budget if you know where to look. Thanks to the… [Read More]


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