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Understanding the Importance of Property Inspections

Inspections are crucial to becoming a successful rental property owner. Every time you get a new tenant or say goodbye to a departing tenant, you’ll want to understand adequately the condition of your property. Inspections serve many purposes, but some of the most critical include holding tenants accountable for any damage, remembering to make all necessary repairs, and protecting […]

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Renting to Millennials and Retirees

With such advanced technology revolutionizing almost every aspect of our lives, one might think it would be easier than ever to buy a home. A quick online research, however, reveals otherwise. Most Millennials, in particular, are jumping straight into adulthood with no intention to buy a home by the time they’re 30. In fact, one […]

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Nobody Renting? Try Lowering the Rent

Do you have a lot of vacant units but don’t know why? Landlords have a myriad of factors to consider to maximize the returns on a rental business. Whether it’s one single-family dwelling,  a duplex, or a whole collection of units in a complex, units sitting vacant is the last thing any landlord wants. Too many […]

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Choosing a Great Property Manager in 5 Steps

According to a 2010 US Census, nearly 35% of homes in America at the time were rentals. This percentage has likely increased in the ensuing years. Zillow reports homeownership is at an all-time 50-year low. This rental-intensive market presents a profitable opportunity for real estate investors.  One of the most stressful aspects of real estate investing is not knowing […]

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Reasonable Accommodation: Think It’s Just Ramps? Think Again

As a landlord, you have numerous areas that require careful navigation. One of the most significant external risks to new businesses is “legal liability.” Being aware of the Fair Housing Act is essential. Whether in high-end Highland Park Dallas, suburban Downer’s Grove Chicago, or urban south central Los Angeles, the federal law applies everywhere equally.  Today we’re […]

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The Pets in Rentals Debate: Should Landlords Allow Them?

Understanding the Pets Debate Whether or not to allow pets in your rental property isn’t a cut and dry question. After all, nearly half the population looking to rent has pets, so offering them a pet-friendly option can be a serious benefit to you. At the same time, pet-related damage to your rental can eat […]

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Landlord 101: Difficult Tenants

Having the right Tenant/Landlord relationship is absolutely critical for a successful rental business. Be too friendly, and it can be challenging to deal with situations that can arise no matter how carefully you screen potential renters.  Being too distant can make you seem cold and uncaring about the tenants, their lives, and the property in which […]

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Important Moving Day Tips You Need to Know

Moving requires timing and association to guarantee all the vital points of interest are dealt with. All that action can really be fun on the off chance that you’ve gotten your work done and arranged the move well. The watchful association previously, amid and after your migration is the way to vanquishing a move. Look […]

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Should I Rent or Buy an Apartment?

There are clear preferences and burdens of leasing as opposed to purchasing a flat or house. For instance, little families may waver about purchasing and like to hold up until the point when their family estimate has developed and needed the space. Obtaining a home or a condo requires something beyond cash down and a […]

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