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Improving The Maintenance Pipeline: 3 Tools For Landlords

Maintenance and emergency repairs are major issues for landlords and property managers, and even if you have a list of repair professionals at the ready, managing requests and scheduling appointments can quickly take over your schedule. That’s why you need help. Luckily, a growing number of programs aim to support property management professionals in managing… [Read More]

What Is Private Mortgage Insurance?

In a conventional mortgage, you’ll be required to put down at least 20 percent when buying a home. However, many people are unable to produce the full 20 percent, particularly in Houston where the average home price is $300,000, well above the national average. Thankfully, there are programs and opportunities for taking out a mortgage… [Read More]

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