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Real estate investing: What you should know
Real estate investing: What you should know

It all looks so easy on HGTV: A couple buys a house, does a complete makeover, and sells it for a tidy profit. So you might be thinking, “I could do that!" Or you might be looking to make money on rental properties instead. Real estate investing can indeed be profitable, but you need some business savvy, diligence, and a willingness to take risks. It all looks so easy on HGTV: A couple buys a house, does a complete makeover, and sells it for a tidy profit. Sometimes things go wrong, but, in the end, everyone is happy. So you might be thinking, “I could do that!" Or you might be looking to make money on rental properties instead. Real estate investing can indeed be... Read more

How Property Managers Can Adapt to Changing...

  The COVID-19 pandemic changed how property managers and renters alike defined home. At some point, properties became more than just places to live. They...

Risks of Long-Term Renters at Your Property

Negatives to Consider When a Tenant Renews Their Lease Landlords do not want to have to deal with vacancies at their rentals, but there are certain times it is better...

6 ways to increase apartment lead conversions on...

  Ready for a vocabulary lesson? The verb google (with a lower-case g) was entered into Webster’s dictionary in July 2006, cementing the search engine as the...

The Future of Residential Rental Renovation –...

However busy residential property managers and landlords may be, it’s important to always stay current on the latest residential rental renovation technologies see the...

Plumbing emergencies: 7 Things that can go...
Plumbing emergencies: 7 Things that can go...

Key takeaways Quick action on the homeowner’s part can limit damage caused by a plumbing emergency Plumbers usually charge double or triple for off-hours work Sewage line problems require a company that specializes in that type of work If you’re in the midst of a plumbing emergency, you have to act fast. Time is of the essence to stop water from gushing out of a burst pipe under the kitchen sink, or prevent a leaky water heater from flooding the basement.   First, stop the flow of water by closing the shut-off valve for that specific appliance. Or, shut off the water supply to the whole house at the main valve, located where water enters the... Read more

Apartment EV Charging: A Progressive, Sustainable...

Apartment hunting can be challenging for electric vehicle owners since they see charging stations as a necessity, not an amenity, in the community. Electric vehicle...

The Multifamily Pet Premium

    As multifamily rent growth stalls, investors seek alternative strategies to increase revenues. Enter dogs – a human's best friend! Pet revenue,...

The Disease of Solo Economic Dependency and How...

 By Mark Podolsky, Author of Dirt Rich  Imagine you’re a dentist. You’re doing well on the face of it—your practice is pretty successful. But your work is the...

What the Housing Market Slowdown Will Mean for...

Red hot home sales during the pandemic have cooled and that could have consequences for one of the main revenues local governments rely on. But the outlook varies place...