Whichever direction house prices go in 2019, it’s only likely to lead to more demand for renting. While the economy may ultimately cap how high rents can go, more demand is going to help landlords keep up rental rates and have greater choice over the quality of tenants they accept or the terms they can ask.


Which Types of Insurance Coverage Should I Have on My First Rental Property?

Given that 90% of investors are sued at some point in a 20-year career—and 75% of Americans in general are sued in their lifetimes—investors can’t afford to ignore insurance. So I’m here to help you, the new investor, understand the most critical types of coverage for your first rental property.