How to Sell Property with Sitting Tenants

Owning a rental property can be a great way to make additional income. However, issues can arise when it comes to selling tenanted property. When it comes to selling property with sitting tenants, many landlords find themselves trapped in a web of questions that only the law can answer.      Is it legal to sell property

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Understanding Commercial Lease Types

Commercial leases are not one-size-fits all. The type of commercial lease will vary depending upon the asset class and building class and the landlord’s and tenant’s needs.

Residential Landlords’ Guide to Assistance Animals

News reports recently have included much discussion about The Air Carrier Access Act and FAA regulations governing assistance animals on airplanes.

10 Tips For Investing In Turn-Key Real Estate

The idea behind “turn-key” real estate investing is that an investor can purchase a property from a company that will then manage that property for them, a kind of “hands-off” investment for busy professionals or investors.

How Much Higher Can Rents Go When Incomes Are Falling?

It’s no secret that Wall Street has been buying up billions of dollars worth of single family homes over the past few years. But when it comes to operating cash flowing properties at a profit, the basic issue always comes down to what the tenants in a given market can afford.

Fannie Mae Housing Survey Exposes Market Opportunities For Real Estate Investors

The September 2012 Fannie Mae Housing Survey shows that there is still a strong desire for home ownership, in spite of housing’s ups and downs over the past few years. The “American Dream” of homeownership is alive and well… Well, at least the dream part is.

Financing Your Next Home Purchase Without Credit or Qualifying – Part 3

Read part three of our multi-series exploring new and creative ideas for financing your home purchase, that could get you out of a spot even if you’ve recently been through a foreclosure or short sale.

Tenant Tenacity- Color Solutions for Rental Property

Renting has many advantages, but one thing that doesn’t appeal is the lack of ability to make your space your own. Fortunately with some temporary solutions you can at least bring more color to your rental property without endangering your deposit.

Avoid Rental Property Horror Stories

With today’s growing trend towards rentals, an increasing number of property owners are becoming landlords for the first time. The promises of real estate riches and passive income from cash flow abound. But let the new landlord be advised that the “simple” process of owning rental property can be fraught with financial and legal risks.

Property Manager Screens Tenants With Her Crystal Ball

When it comes to finding a new tenant, it’s essential for landlords to carry out all kinds of checks if they want to find a good one – someone who looks after the property and doesn’t fall behind on the rent. Rather than carrying out intensive credit checks and chasing up references, a number of

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