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Fall Sale Season: 7 Tips For Prepping Your Katy Listings

Fall Sale Season: 7 Tips For Prepping Your Katy Listings

December 24, 2020

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]

Helpful Tips and Inspiration for Starting a Houston Real Estate Investing Biz

Helpful Tips and Inspiration for Starting a Houston Real Estate Investing Biz

December 10, 2020

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]

Networking Tips for Katy Real Estate Investors

Networking Tips for Katy Real Estate Investors

December 1, 2020

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]

8 Things Houston Homebuyers Are Looking for in a House

8 Things Houston Homebuyers Are Looking for in a House

November 10, 2020

If you’re selling your Houston home, you have to think like a buyer. By putting yourself in their shoes, you can remove yourself from your subjective and biased thought process and view your home as someone would on the outside looking in. This gives you the opportunity to make changes, implement strategic pricing, and/or optimize… [Read More]

6 Tips for Landlords Facing Hardship in Houston

6 Tips for Landlords Facing Hardship in Houston

October 15, 2020

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]

Inexpensive Bathroom Remodel

How an Inexpensive Bathroom Remodel Can Make Your Rental Property Stand Out

June 16, 2020

When it comes to remodeling a rental property, most real estate investors and landlords focus on the kitchen and common living areas. However, if you want to get some really good bang for your buck, you should consider upgrading and remodeling the bathrooms. For a very small price tag, you can significantly enhance the appeal… [Read More]

Why You Should Always Wait Before Renovating a New Home

Why You Should Always Wait Before Renovating a New Home

April 9, 2020

Home renovations are appealing to homebuyers on multiple levels. Perhaps the most alluring perk is that you can buy a property below market value and take the money you save to turn it into the house of your dreams. But before you go crazy with drawing up plans, scheduling contractors, and pulling permits, consider that… [Read More]

How to Find an Up-and-Coming Neighborhood Where You Can Buy a Home

January 30, 2020

When buying a home, you have to consider the state of the neighborhood. Just as importantly, you’ll have to consider how that neighborhood might grow over time. This can be tricky to accomplish, since neighborhoods tend to develop in sometimes unpredictable directions, but if you approach this right, it can benefit you massively.

How to Make More Space in Your House (Without Moving)

How to Make More Space in Your House (Without Moving)

January 9, 2020

Growing families need growing spaces. But do you really have to move out and upsize every time your family expands? Is it possible to stay put and make the most out of the space you currently have? It may be more practical than you realize – and we’re going to show you how.

Workforce Housing

Workforce Housing: What It Is And Why It’s Key To Your Portfolio

December 12, 2019

Savvy real estate investors don’t just buy properties. No, the best investors develop a diversified portfolio that can withstand market fluctuations and provide multiple income streams. For Houston area landlords, this includes investing in workforce housing.