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If you recently moved from your home and leased it out, or inherited a rental property, you’re in one of the largest demographics of real estate investors: accidental landlords. When it comes to leasing, the learning curve is a harsh one. I kept my first home as a rental property after I moved out and thought…


When you invest time and money into a property, getting the best possible return on your investment is the main goal. This might mean opting for a short-term rental instead of a long-term rental or vice versa. Short-term rentals are becoming very popular as an alternative to pricey hotels in vacation destinations or high-tourism areas….


Here are 6 ways to bug-proof your rental property and keep your tenants happy which is this week’s maintenance tip from Keepe. Bugs are always an unwanted guest for your tenants and can create unsanitary living conditions. Because there are so many different types of bugs, bug proofing your rental property can sometimes feel like…


Renting out your house can open up a new stream of income and tax breaks. But it also adds another layer of responsibility. You’ll need to stay on top of repairs, maintenance and rent collection. But don’t fret. We’ll cover the top tips for renting out your house through this beginner’s guide. Because of complex…


It’s no secret that keeping ducts clean can be quite the hassle. If you’re not using the proper products, you could be investing more time and money into cleaning out your ducts than what is needed. P-tec Products, Inc of West Michigan engineered the No-Pest Vent specifically to keep dust, lint, nests and the likes…


If you want to buy a rental property, make sure that you do it with your eyes wide open. Besides making a big financial commitment to a single asset, rental property can require more time and money than mutual funds or your 401(k) account. First, make sure you’re buying the right property for a rental….


In a perfect Internet of Things (IoT) world, the skies are deep blue with connected smart thermostats, door locks and connected lighting. Alexa and Siri are in tune and sing like birds in splendid harmony. Renters bask in the automation and creature comforts that smart technology provides – whether it’s with their devices or those…


A happy landlord is directly linked to a happy tenant. Happy tenants are more likely to renew their leases, treat the home with respect, and provide a landlord with a steady stream of income. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks that can help you be the best landlord you can be Here are a…


Introduction to the Subject of Real Estate Title Fraud and How You Can Unwind it and Protect Your Chain of Title By Nate Bernstein, Esq., Managing Counsel, LA Real Estate Law Group Crooks can perpetrate a real estate fraud scheme to manipulate the title of your property in an attempt to rob you of your…


As industry professionals know, the federal government has enacted various rules and regulations to protect individuals from discriminatory practices. In real estate, the most prominent of these regulations is the Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination against property buyers. As a real estate professional, it’s crucial that you and any team members or contractors you hire…

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