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Our office is contacted frequently about disputes related to real estate clients own with other individuals.  This can include un-wed significant others, siblings, friends and business partners.  In most of these situations, the owners do not have any sort of written co-ownership agreement, and as a result, the dispute can become very costly, or the…


The importance of open communication between a property manager and the property owners they represent cannot be overstated. Transparency is paramount in our industry, where owners ought to know exactly what they’re paying for, and managers ought not to act on assumptions. I’ve commented often on the need for good communication between these parties, and…


Data is everywhere. Everything we do with any consistency can be broken down into specific data points, then trended and analyzed. We see it every day. From our phones telling us how long it takes to get to work without our asking, to suggested Amazon purchases in our Facebook feeds, to cold calls and spam email—our…


Renting out a property can be profitable, but there are a number of potential issues to watch out for, including tenant troubles, property maintenance issues, vacancy costs, or even a failure to reach your overall investing goals. In order to avoid problems, owners should be mindful of the things that can affect the rental value of their…


If you’re new to real estate, you know there’s much to learn about the business—especially if you’re looking to rent out your property. To lighten the burden, you might consider hiring an individual or third-party company to help you manage your rental units. However, you’ll want to be exceptionally careful and considerate with your decision,…


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…

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