When Is It Time To Hire A Property Manager For Your Rental Units?



If you are the owner of multiple rental units, there may come a time where you will not be able to manage these on your own. It can become quite problematic, collecting the rent, and dealing with problems that arise from time to time with the structures. Additionally, if you have tenants that have not […]

Finding a Property Management App That Will Help Real Estate Professionals



A property management app is an absolute must if you’re a real estate professional. The problem, though, is that there are so many different apps out there that it can be difficult to find the right one for your realty business. Here are some great tips for finding the best one that fits your own needs. […]

How to Get Your Investment Property Ready to be Rented Out



If you’ve got an investment property that you’d like to start renting out, there are a number of things you need to do to make sure it’s ready.

Landlord Best Practices for Rent Increases



As increased demand for apartments outpaces increases in supply, multifamily rental rates are increasing. Landlords should keep pace with the market. Landlords also need to increase rent regularly so that their revenue is adequate to cover increased costs. Yet no landlord wants an increase to cause an exodus of tenants. How a landlord communicates a […]

Is Your Residential Lease Ironclad?



If you’ve been a residential landlord for much time at all, you probably know your lease inside out. But often, it’s not what’s in the lease that later causes you headaches,

Should You Put Your Rental on Airbnb?



Airbnb is becoming more popular with each passing year. This incredible space sharing resource has changed the face of the tourism industry; rather than immediately booking hotels, many travelers look at Airbnb first.

Top 5 Mistakes Landlords Make with Their Investment Properties



Managing an investment property is no easy task. It may sound like big money, but if you are not prepared it can turn into a huge money pit. As a landlord, you have a big responsibility to the property as well as the tenants

Apartment Rentals are Evolving to High Levels



A recent analysis report issued by Morningstar Credit Ratings sheds insights about developments and trends in the multi-family (mostly apartments) segment of residential housing. The highlighted information focuses on

Know Your Options When Investing in Rental Properties



Anyone who has ever lived in an apartment or rental home has probably always dreamed of what it would be like to own their own home. Something was always going wrong.

How to Select Carpet or Tile for Your Rental Property



The roof will probably last for 30 years, the hot water heater and heating systems last for 20 years, and appliances about 10 to 15 years.

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