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How to Determine if Rent-to-Own or a Mortgage is Best for You

By Thomas O'Shaughnessy | October 4, 2022
Owning a home remains a critical part of the American Dream. Homeowners have more stability than renters, and buying a home is often the first step on the path to building wealth. Financing a home can be challenging, though. Here’s how to determine if rent-to-own or a mortgage is best for you.  Benefits of Homeownership […]
Ask Brian Real Estate

Ask Brian: How to Deal With Checks Marked for Current Rent When Back Rent is Still Due?

By Brian Kline | October 4, 2022
Ask Brian is a weekly column by Real Estate Expert Brian Kline. If you have questions on real estate investing, DIY, home buying/selling, or other housing inquiries please email your questions to [email protected]. Question from Howard in NV: Hi Brian, I have a duplex and four rental houses, and I’ve been an active landlord for […]
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Real Estate Resource

9 Pitfalls Students Must Be Aware of When Renting

By Al Twitty | August 3, 2022
While in college, many students quickly get tired of living in a crowded and noisy dorm and decide to move into a rented apartment to have more privacy and freedom. At first glance, renting in college can seem like a good idea, and it really can be. But, at the same time, there are many […]
Market Watch

Rent vs. Buy Analysis South Boston

By Zach Parker | January 27, 2022
South Boston has been one of the hottest housing markets in Metro Boston over the past decade.  Southie consistently maintains some of the highest average rent prices and lowest apartment availability in the city, and it’s also one of the most active real estate markets in terms of total residential real estate transactions.   So if […]
Real Estate Resource

How to Rent Out Your Property in Colorado Springs

By Jamie Richardson | April 26, 2021
Rental property ownership is a lucrative investment that appreciates continuously. It is a competitive market and can prove to be stressful for landlords. Contrary to what many investors might think, rental property ownership is not a passive income as it requires time and patience to be a landlord. Whether you are renting out a property […]
Rental Properties, US Real Estate

What the End of Rent Moratoriums and the Coming Evictions Could Mean to Landlords, Renters, and All of Us

By Brian Kline | August 10, 2020
On July 25, the federal moratorium on evictions ended. There are also state and local moratoriums with various ending dates. There were at least 25 states with moratoriums. The $600 a week unemployment premium ended on July 31 with tens of millions of Americans remaining without a paycheck. The writing on the wall couldn’t be […]
Rental Properties

Should You Sell Your House or Rent It Out?

By Anita Townes | August 6, 2020
If you’re a homeowner who is considering moving to a new area or has simply outgrown your current house, you have a large decision to make: should you sell your house or rent it out? Each option has various benefits as well as drawbacks. To make the decision that is right for you, carefully consider […]
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