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Eight Rental Property Improvements You Can Do in One Day

Eight Rental Property Improvements You Can Do in One Day

Whether you’re renting out a condo, townhome, single-family home or another type of property, getting the most out of your investment is a top priority. A primary goal for many landlords and property managers is to increase the value of their rentals to attract quality tenants and, hopefully, maximize their rent. To get the...
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8 Tips To Becoming A Successful Landlord

8 Tips To Becoming A Successful Landlord

How To Become A Landlord The ultimate goal of investing in rental property is to turn a profit.  To ensure that you achieve that goal it is essential that you follow several critical guidelines. Most of us dream of becoming a landlord but it an easy or a difficult job? Before you start searching...
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Single-Family vs Multi-Family Renters

Single-Family vs Multi-Family Renters

Single-family home renters earn more money, have more kids, and are more likely to be married than multifamily renters. Comparing the 16 million single-family renter households to the 28 million multifamily rental households: Read the rest of Single-Family vs Multi-Family Renters  » For more articles like this, please visit our Real Estate Investing Blog....
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2 Smart Ways to Improve Your Vacation Rental Property During the Off Season

2 Smart Ways to Improve Your Vacation Rental Property During the Off Season

It’s no secret that Americans love camping and spending time outdoors. Whether roughing it in a tent or enjoying a luxury cabin, campers in 2011 spent 534.9 million days camping, an average of 12.6 days per person. And as the primary camping season starts to wind down, those who own and manage vacation rental...
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83 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager

83 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager

You don’t have to tell us, finding a good property management company is hard.  When we first started investing in residential real estate we went through several property managers, struggling to find one that was truly exceptional. Read the rest of 83 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Manager  » For more articles...
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How to Retain Your Good Tenants

How to Retain Your Good Tenants

Good tenants are hard to find.  Add to that the cost of advertising for new tenants, the cost of cleaning and restoring the unit, and the loss in rental income during the vacancy, you want to make sure that your best tenants don’t move out any time soon.  Here are a few tips to...
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101 Resources for Connecting with Potential Tenants

101 Resources for Connecting with Potential Tenants

As real estate investors we need tenants to occupy our rental properties so that we continue to receive the cash-flow we love each and every month.  Many of us rely on our property managers to market and advertise the property, but some of us manage our own properties.  Even if you’re a highly passive...
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99 Reasons You Shouldn’t Rent To That Tenant

99 Reasons You Shouldn’t Rent To That Tenant

If you’re looking for a reason to reject a potential tenant because of a gut feeling, here are 99 reasons to do so.  If something seems “off” and you don’t know why, trust your instincts.  Your neighbors and other tenants will thank you. 1. They try and get you to lower the rent before...
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Routine Repairs vs. Capital Expenditures (CapEx)

Routine Repairs vs. Capital Expenditures (CapEx)

For some residential investors, capital expenditure terminology — CapEx for short — is unfamiliar.  Capital expenditure reserves are common in the commercial real estate sector but lesser known in the residential real estate space. Read the rest of Routine Repairs vs. Capital Expenditures (CapEx)  » For more articles like this, please visit our Real...
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How to Hire the Best Property Manager

How to Hire the Best Property Manager

Hiring the right property manager is important for protecting your investment and achieving reduced vacancy time and maximized income. A good property manager will bring high quality tenants to your rental investment properties.  They will have a strong screening process and stay on top of maintenance issues.  He or she will generally make your...
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