Buying and holding income-producing rental property is great. It offers the potential for passive income, long-term wealth building, and tax benefits. Still, trying to manage your rental properties yourself can really create a love-hate relationship with your investments.
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It is one that at least 50% of investors continue to make—and not just first timers. Some experienced income property investors fall prey, too.
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?
Ready to get creative? There are easy ways to substantially increase rent and the value of your properties—if you’re willing to think outside the box.
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.
Here’s a comprehensive look at how operating in high-risk, high-reward environments affects the property management process.
Tenant retention is a critical component of property management. Remember, it takes five times as much to find a new customer as to keep an old one!
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!
Whether you are managing yourself or outsourcing, it pays to know the tools that a management company needs to have in place to set them up for success.
OK, maybe plain ol’ landlords have a few of these problems as well—but that won’t keep us property managers from getting a good laugh over them!
Our property management company has expanded enormously over the past few years, and during that…
At $73 billion a year, property management is a huge industry—and a number of startups, platforms, and apps are popping up to help ease the process.
Recently we just completed our largest refinance to date as we refinanced 11 houses, 2 duplexes, and a fourplex. Believe it or not, our strategy was simple.