In Part I, we talked about what it takes to sell yourself to a local contractor (in a way that…
Author Drew Sygit
If you want to present yourself as trustworthy to a contractor you don’t have a standing relationship with, the best way to do that is to present yourself as a long-standing professional.
Some neighborhoods are simply bad investments—but too many investors and advisors equate “low income” neighborhoods with “bad” ones, and that’s wrong.
Section 8 housing has a nasty reputation as a trap for the unwary—but it also has a deserved reputation as a great way to collect easy rent. Which is it?
Understanding the many cultural divide in managing remote employees will give you a fresh perspective on how to effectively motivate them.
Property managers in a high-stakes economy as Detroit must know how to deal with the problems that will rise from an owner’s financial setback.
Evicting someone in Detroit is more complex than it is elsewhere. Learn why it is wise to send an eviction notice ASAP, than wait for later.
Tenant management challenges are inevitable. But there’s something unique that often happens in the Detroit rental market: tenants simply disappear.
Screening tenants in the Detroit rental market not only involves verifying application requirements, but also modifying some approval criteria.
Understanding how to advertise your rental property in a none-traditional way can reduce the risk of marketing in a high-stakes economy like Detroit’s.
Here’s a comprehensive look at how operating in high-risk, high-reward environments affects the property management process.
Don’t get caught up in some scammy scammer’s scams—learn the traits of the fraudulent real estate guru here before you pay anything to anyone!
To raise rent or not to raise rent? That is the question: Can you maximize your profits without driving valuable tenants away? Get insight here!