Are you dealing with major property damage to your Austin rental property? Property damage is every landlord’s worst nightmare. Nobody wants to…
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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 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]
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.
New property investors often gravitate toward the idea of property flipping, because it sounds very enticing. The idea is to buy a house that’s either in poor condition or is being offered at an extremely attractive price, fix it or improve it in some vital ways, and then sell the home again, sometimes mere months… [Read More]
It’s true that many renters don’t give much thought to the eco-friendly side of the home they’re renting. They prefer to look at cost variables and comfort. But many more renters take it into consideration when they purchase a home, and a green home appeals to an extremely wide audience. For renters, a greener home… [Read More]