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Neighborhoods that have been revitalized in recent years are now facing the risk of decline due to the movement toward stricter rent regulations, according to Lee & Associates’ Adam Frisch. Ever since states such as Oregon and New York as well as various municipalities across California have begun enacting stringent rent reform, I can’t help…


A man posing as a landlord defrauded at least three potential renters out of about $4,000 and Hollywood police think there are more victims. The guy goes by the name James Williams and police Wednesday put out surveillance pictures of him in the hope someone will recognize and report him. “Williams” claimed to be the owner of…


FORT KENT, Maine — A man who police say pretended to be unconscious because he was behind on his rent found this was likely not the best plan to avoid his landlord. The owner of a Main Street apartment called police when he found his tenant, 28-year-old Ted Zarins, unresponsive in the apartment last Wednesday….


WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — There’s a big question many of you living in South Florida are trying to answer: if you’re a renter, who is responsible for putting up hurricane shutters? Lumber is in high demand as homeowners, property managers, and renters prepare for the worst case scenario. “Cat 4, that’s really a monster,…


As the market shows sign of cooling, recession-proofing strategies are on the minds of investors small and large. Some $19 trillion in household wealth was lost in the last recession, according to the U.S. Treasury Department, and while no one predicts a recession as severe as the last one, there are steps owners can take…


Many landlords wish they could communicate better with challenging tenants who pose a number of problems for management. As a landlord, you may occasionally encounter tenants who bring a range of issues with them, like missing rent payments or keeping pets when the terms of their lease don’t allow it. You don’t have to dread…


The landlord of a rental property is not concerned about the daily price fluctuation of his/her property. Instead, a landlord focuses on the rent payments and long term appreciation potential of their properties. This framework is very simple, puts income first, and allows for long term compounding to do its magic. Most importantly, this philosophy…


In this post, I want to demonstrate to you the incredible power of apartment building. By using a real case study, I’ll show you how I added $40,000 per year to my net worth with a small 12-unit apartment building. I hope it will inspire you to take a closer look at multifamily investing to help…


CHICAGO — Two tenants have filed a class action, accusing their landlord of failing to provide tenants with a document explaining their rights under a Chicago ordinance governing landlord-tenant relations. Plaintiffs Natalie Farhat and Magida Farhat filed suit July 22 against a Chicago apartment building owner in Cook County Circuit Court. According to the class action…


A new Urban Land Institute report delved into the effects of extreme heat and how it will change real estate in the U.S. Extreme heat is becoming a growing concern for U.S. cities due to a combination of climate change and continuing urban development. By the end of the century, a majority of states will…

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