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Move-In Prep: Tips for Landlords Preparing to Welcome a New Tenant A quick search on the Internet for moving tips provides a plethora of information from moving day checklists, mishaps to avoid, and moving how-to’s, but what you will find is that a majority of this information pertains to the tenants. However, as a landlord…


As Houston continues its recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey, which swept through South Texas in September this year, one organization said it is important to ensure those who are in most need of help, receive it.  Hurricane Harvey hit the Texas coast at the end of August into the beginning of September, wreaking havoc on South…


Any time there is a threat to your properties, you want to safeguard them as well as you can to protect your belongings, loved ones, and investment. It is one thing to prepare a property that you rent to tenants, but it is quite another to prepare for a natural disaster, especially if tenants have…


Written by C. Gabriel Lewis When I first became a landlord back in 2005 I quickly learned the hard way that not all tenants will work out the way I had envisioned.  Fortunately we have a legal system that protects investors from abusive or irresponsible tenants.  Hopefully you will never have to file an eviction…


Contributed by: PropertyAdvantage Becoming a real estate investor is easy — if you believe HGTV. All you need to do is find a property with a little disrepair, add some elbow grease, and you’ll be rich from the extra income. Unfortunately for us, cable television isn’t always accurate. Many of the U.S.’s hottest housing markets have…


Contributed by: PropertyAdvantage Relentlessly rising rents and tight supply creating housing crisis conditions in many major cities dominated headlines in 2017.  But as we move into 2018, the rental market is showing signs of change. Recent research from Zillow shows housing growth is starting to catch up with demand, meaning more opportunity for property owners….


When it comes to purchasing single-family rental homes, the magic number is 30238—which is the ZIP Code for the market where buyers of these properties see the greatest potential in rental yields and cash flows. According to a report from ATTOM Data Solutions, the rental markets in 4,854 ZIP Codes and 439 counties with sufficient…


Rent-control policies are a cause célèbre advocated by progressive politicians such as New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and U.K. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn. But evidence shows that getting rid of these rules causes a reduction in crime. The sudden end of rent control in Cambridge, Mass., in 1995 resulted in a 16% decrease in…


Written by C. Gabriel Lewis Over the years I have learned a lot about searching for new tenants.  When I purchased my first rental property I had to learn the hard way about what it takes to find good tenants and starting off on the right foot.  Below are nine things you can do to avoid…


Contributed by: PropertyAdvantage Congratulations! You are taking your first steps into becoming a property owner. New property owners can proceed in one of two ways: they can manage properties themselves, or they can hire property management companies. Running the show yourself enables you to keep a larger share of the income. However, it requires a…

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