You know that a real estate investment can be a great way to bring in extra income. You can be a landlord while working a job or pursuing a hobby. You can even make being a landlord your main gig.
When it comes to real estate investments, you can... (Read More)
Before you let renters do a walkthrough of your property, make sure it's in great condition. There are several things they will be looking for as they decide whether yours is the right property for them. Let's talk about a few of these things so you... (Read More)
Are you looking for additional ways to improve occupancy at your rental? There are plenty of things you can try. Let's go over a few in this blog.
One of the things to keep in mind is that it's typically better to retain your tenants than to have... (Read More)
You've probably heard us say it before, but that's because it's incredibly true: You need to start off the tenant retention process by locating the right tenants in the first place. Finding the right fit can help you avoid potential... (Read More)
Want to attract more potential tenants and increase your current tenants' satisfaction? Consider focusing on curb appeal.
We all know that curb appeal provides the first impression for potential tenants. And, current tenants are sure to be... (Read More)
You have occupancies to fill, but you want to find the right tenants. That's because you know that finding the ideal tenants can help you avoid potential issues in the future and even reduce turnover rates. So, what things should you be asking and... (Read More)
Are you struggling with high turnover or low occupancy in your rental units? Your strategy (or lack-thereof) may be to blame. Your marketing should be active, not passive. Hint: a basic "for rent" sign won't do. Following are effective and creative... (Read More)
When it comes to being a landlord, there are a lot of things you need to be aware of and a lot of things you need to do in order to keep your investment successful. One of the things you need to protect yourself and your investment is to keep... (Read More)
As a landlord, you know how important maintenance is at your rental property. Regular maintenance helps maintain the property's value and keeps tenants satisfied.
Part of the routine maintenance falls on you as the landlord (or on your property... (Read More)
We all know that security deposits reduce the likelihood of your rental unit becoming damaged. What you might not realize, is that there's a right and wrong way to handle them. If you aren't careful, you might even run into legal issues.
Every... (Read More)