When a landlord offers a property for lease and an individual submits an application to rent the property, the application is either…
If you’re getting ready to move to a new location, you’re likely considering selling your Katy, Texas home. It’s a natural part of the process that most current homeowners go through, and it’s considered to be the only real option. However, the selling process can be time consuming, stressful, and in some cases, unprofitable. It’s… [Read More]
Whether it’s an investment property, primary residence, or vacation home, you always want to get the highest possible value on the sale of a property. But sometimes there are circumstances that make this nearly impossible. And if your property is subjected to one of these factors, you could face a long road ahead. 7 Issues… [Read More]
There’s no bad time to sell a house in Texas. Unlike northern states where you might have to worry about moving in the middle of a snowstorm if your house sells in January, home sales peak at radically different times of the year throughout the state. One great thing about preparing your Katy home for… [Read More]
Do you have a dream of investing in real estate? Do you want to generate an additional stream of income that ultimately supports you through retirement? Are you serious about building a portfolio of income-producing properties? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’re a good candidate for starting your own real… [Read More]
As a Katy real estate investor, your success is highly dependent on your ability to source good deals and work with the right people. And in order to accomplish both of these objectives, you need to have a deep and rich professional network. But where do you start? Why Network? If you’re a self-proclaimed “people… [Read More]
The coronavirus pandemic has hit Houston landlords hard. Millions of people are unemployed, and while some are receiving unemployment, many aren’t. This situation has caused tenants to stop paying rent and now landlords are left scrambling to pay their mortgages. If your tenants receive social security or any other form of reliable income, consider yourself… [Read More]
When you’re getting ready to sell your home, the preparations can seem endless. You need a good realtor, and your house must be in the best condition. Many homeowners also make basic upgrades in order to raise their property values and increase the asking price.
If you’ve ever lived in a large apartment complex, you likely adapted to a particular rhythm: each year, as your lease came up for renewal, you’d also face a rent increase. To continue living in the property, you would be expected to pay more, supposedly to keep up with inflation.