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Monday, March 2, 2020

Comparing The Best Type Of Loans For Property Investment
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Investment property gives you a way to get passive, steady as well as on-going income. A rental property will be your long-term investment; it's the perfect backup career. Why do you think investors work day and night to score investment properties?Although, it's a learning process, but once you get in the midst of it, you soon ge...

Friday, February 28, 2020

Rental Property Advertisement - Landlord’s Ultimate Guide:
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The one thing that will make your career in property management and real estate is advertising. We have seen many passionate real estate professionals ignore this fact and suffer the consequences. And if you think that you have rules of marketing and all the strategies in the bag, you might want to give it another thought. Because in the ...

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Five Significant Pointers for Successful Investing in Real Estate Market
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When you are looking for investment properties, things aren’t as simple as buying a residential property. The dynamics of these two are totally different. So, if you think you know everything about buying an investment property because you are a pro at buying residential properties, you are in for a surprise. Residential properties ...

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

How to Prepare Your Rental Property for the Winter Season?
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If you are a landlord, hearing the news that a pipe has got burst in your rental property will upset you and ruin your holidays in a faraway destination. However, you can prevent such a mishap if you take preventive steps before the start of the winter season. Also, a little extra care and help by your tenants in the maintenance will go a...

Monday, February 24, 2020

Is buying a property in a seller’s market a good idea?
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Investors must keep in mind many different things when buying a property. One of these pertains to the demand for homes in a housing market. Should an investor buy a property in a seller’s market or should he go for a property in a buyer’s market? Let us try to answer this question.A housing market is described as a seller&rsq...

Friday, February 21, 2020

Housing markets are adversely affected by hurricanes
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Everyone is aware of the negative impact that hurricanes have a negative effect on real estate. In a recent research, it has been found that this impact lasts much monger than previously believed. This research gives rise to many concerns that are important for not just investors and property owners but also for mutual funds and hedge fun...

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Multifamily Investments are Recession Proof
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Economy of the country is stable, unemployment is low, and interest rates are also at low levels. Yet many people are talking about an impending recession. Some like Bloomberg are saying that it could strike as early as the end of this year. It is a worrying sign for investors like you. However, there is one way to make your investment re...

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

The Growing Appeal of Green, Environment Friendly Rental Properties
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Till recent past, most renters were mostly concerned with good neighborhood and a unit that was full of amenities for them. However, more and more renters are now interested in moving into properties that are green and environment friendly. Packing your rental property with such features and advertising them as highlights helps landl...

Friday, February 14, 2020

How to retain your tenants for a long time?
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It is the desire of every landlord to have good quality tenants in rental property. Tenants who pay their rent on time, are well behaved, and stay in the property for a very long time. This is because tenant turnover proves to be a costly exercise for landlords. They have the clean and repair the home to make it rent ready and then do mar...

Thursday, February 13, 2020

Should you use cash for keys to ask a tenant to move out?
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As a landlord, cash flow is the backbone of your business. If you have a bad quality tenant not paying his rent, you have the legal option of eviction to throw  out of your rental property. But you know in your heart of hearts that it is a long and costly exercise. You also know that your tenant might take revenge on you and even dam...

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