Tag property management and investment

Jun
3
2016

Should You Rent Out Your Primary Residence

There are many different paths to becoming a successful real estate investor. With rental prices still above average in many markets now may be a good time to consider renting your primary residence. Like everything else in real estate the first step should be an examination of your local market. If your property is located […]

Jun
1
2016

Choose One Real Estate Investing Strategy And Stick With It

When you are just starting out every new investing strategy looks appealing. It is easy to be swayed by the success that a fellow investor in your market may be having.  Trying to replicate their strategy is one of the worst things you can do.  What ends up happening is that you jump from one […]

Mar
9
2016

Air bNb Is Invading|How Will It Affect Investors?

Airbnb continues to grow and cause extreme controversy. If it isn’t there already, it is coming to your neighborhood. Yet, beyond the already common debates, the big questions are what is coming next, and what can real estate investors learn from it? The Airbnb Impact Airbnb’s business has exploded since starting up in 2008. Since […]

Feb
24
2016

How To Deal With Business Mistakes

No matter who you are or what profession you are in you are going to make mistakes. Stephen Curry misses free throws, Tom Brady misses open receivers and public speakers fumble over words from time to time.  This is all just part of life especially in the real estate business.  It is not how many […]

Jan
26
2012

Long Term Real Estate: When to Inspect Your Property

Your long term real estate property is full of mold. A pipe in the basement is leaking, there’s a sinkhole in the backyard and your tenants have decided to adopt seven stray dogs. Okay, not really. But what if your property does have a problem you’re not aware of? When was the last time you […]

Jan
10
2012

The 5 Most Important Lease Clauses

Every rental property owner knows that drawing up a lease is an important part of the rental process, but when it comes to specific lease clauses, they aren’t always as informed. While any lease will include more than five clauses, the omission of a few key points can cause stress and increase costs for owners. […]

Dec
26
2011

How to Know When It’s Time for Renovation

One of the keys to property management and investment success is knowing when it’s time for renovation. Estimating the condition of your property and knowing when to renovate can help you avoid unnecessary costs or a bigger price tag down the road. Ask yourself these three key questions to help determine if renovating is the […]

Nov
7
2011

Dealing with Renter Problems

The key to generating passive income isn’t necessarily generating a lot of money each  month (although that’s important), but rather how long you can sustain regular wealth accumulation. One factor that helps decide how much income you’ll be able to generate from your property management and investment activities is the quality of your renters. Unreliable, […]

Nov
1
2011

Should You Manage Your Own Investment Properties?

Property management and investment can be a tricky topic. Depending on who you talk to, purchasing rental properties either comes with a host of annoyances and pitfalls, or it’s a great route to long term financial stability. What the former group fails to understand, however, is how to make property management and investment easy and […]

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