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A Quick Landlord's Guide to Section 8 Housing

Friday, July 22, 2022
Property Management Blog

Over five million people live in Section 8 housing nationwide. With so many people living in Section 8 housing, there is an opportunity for landlords to specialize in Section 8 housing. Being a landlord is nothing more than running a business, owning and renting properties comes with responsibilities and consistent involvement. Section...

Closing Costs - What They Include, And What They Might Not

Thursday, July 7, 2022
Property Management Blog

Many people focus on how much of a down payment they need to secure a mortgage but you also need to focus on the additional expenses including closing costs. Closing costs refer to the assortment of fees a person must pay to their mortgage lender when closing a home. These costs are due when you finalize the mortgage and take the prope...

How Many Florida Condo Associations Are Financially Sound?

Monday, July 4, 2022
Property Management Blog

A Condo association is an association of owners or renters in an apartment block or building divided into separate apartments. The condominium owners own their units and have joint ownership in the building. The COA fees cover the common areas and building repairs and maintenance. Proper...

How to Handle Rental Applications

Friday, July 1, 2022
Property Management Blog

If you are a passive income investor who hopes to find the best possible tenant must understand that rental applications represent an important piece of the screening process. Just as eyes are the window to the soul, the tenant’s rental application is the window into his rental history. Therefore, you must take time to go over th...

What is a Blind Offer in Real Estate Property

Monday, June 20, 2022
Property Management Blog

Are you in search of a home in the market in your busy schedule? A blind offer may just be your solution. A blind offer is when a buyer purchases a property without seeing the property. It is a purchase contract between buyer and seller. These offers are quick and easy ways to bid on a house. Moreover, it saves a massive amount of time...

Tax Benefits of Investing in Florida Real Estate

Monday, June 13, 2022
Property Management Blog

Property ownership can create a high level of profitability. You might be asking, though, which places offer the most value for your money. For real estate investors, Florida is a necessity. This bright state boasts year-round sunshine, a robust economy, and several growth prospects.

Many investors have found the state's tax ...

Should Investors Focus on Appreciation or Rental Property Cash Flow?

Friday, June 10, 2022
Property Management Blog

Real estate investors often debate whether it's more beneficial to focus on cash flow or appreciation when putting together an investment strategy. Investing is to make money, but how you make money matters. 

For rental property management, an investor should understand that both strategies are valid and can be combined ...

How to Attract Long Term Tenants

Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Property Management Blog

You want to locate long-term renters for your rental apartments as a property owner. This is because these tenants help you save time and money. As a consequence, you can concentrate entirely on providing the best possible service to your tenants.

We'll go through the advantages of having long-term tenants and how to recruit ...

What is the “Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment”?

Thursday, June 2, 2022
Property Management Blog

Under federal law, tenants have certain rights, such as the "Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment." This regulation ensures that every renter in the country has the right to enjoy their rented property in peace and tranquility.

You must get familiar with this law as a landlord before renting out your property. You could ...

Installing a New HVAC System in Your Rental Property

Tuesday, May 31, 2022
Property Management Blog

You’re a landlord, maintaining your property functional and in good shape should be a shared concern between you and your renters. Knowing what you're accountable for and what your renters are liable for, such as upkeep, substitutes, and implementation is a crucial part of the rental agreement.

When an HVAC (heating, ve...

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