Category: rental property

Are You Still Managing Your Own Properties?

There are legitimate pros and cons to almost every action you take in business. If you talk to ten people, five will be staunchly in favor of your action and the other five will have a completely different opinion. Thus is the case with property management. There is no disputing the value of a dedicated property Read More …

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5 Things To Look For In A Rental Property Deal

All rental properties are not created equally. As attractive as some rental properties are others can be a disaster. Not only will they be a constant headache to deal with but they can also be a detriment to your bottom line. There are many investors who want to build their portfolio and think that any rental property Read More …

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What Makes A Quality Rental Property

There is a lot that goes into finding the right rental property. Many novice investors think they can turn any property in a cash flowing rental property. The reality is that there are a handful of important features that influence just how strong the property will be. It is not enough to make some minor Read More …

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Finding The Right Tenants: 4 Screening Tips

Screening potential tenants is the most important thing you can do as a landlord. Every problem during a lease can be traced back to your screening process.  If you are lax on your screening you will let many more bad tenants slip through the cracks.  Tenant screening is not like opening up an investigation.  In Read More …

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4 Tips For Managing A Student Housing Rental

A student housing rental can be one of the best additions to your portfolio you will ever make. It is not uncommon for a rental property located near a College or University to demand rents 10 to 30 percent higher than similar properties on the other side of town.  While student housing can demand higher Read More …

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