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A rental property can be a great way to generate income, but when a rental sits vacant, it can quickly drain your bank account. I recently lost my long-term tenants. As I walked through my empty rental, I realized it was a far cry from the turnkey condition it used to be. Everywhere I looked,…


Today, there is no shortage of apartment owners upgrading their tired properties with unit renovations, clubhouse transformations, and new amenities. These improvements work: Landlords can charge higher rents and implement new revenue streams like utility reimbursement, and they will likely sell their property for a higher price than if they never did the renovation. There…


As a real estate investor, your goal is to make a profit. To do that, you need to manage your expenses and increase the revenue coming in each month. To be able to attract potential tenants willing to spend top dollar for rent, you need to make sure your home stands out. But that doesn’t…


Half the fun of renovating a house or refreshing your home’s interiors is getting to incorporate all those trendy home decor features you’ve seen plastered on Pinterest, Instagram, and in your favorite shelter magazines. Scroll through, and you’re bound to catch on to the colors, patterns, finishes, and features that have skyrocketed in popularity in the last…


When it comes to the happiness we associate with our homes, few things send spirits soaring quite like a brand-new kitchen. But, realistically, this isn’t an option for all of us. Those who are renters or have perennially tight budgets often feel that they are forced to make do with what they currently have. But…


We all know that it is very important that the basins of the kitchen and the sink are clean. As they are objects of the house that are used a lot every day, they usually get dirty pretty quickly. With the amount of pots, pans, glasses and cutlery that are washed in the kitchen sink,…


Buying fixer-upper homes is currently a popular investment in the housing market, especially since lower-priced houses increase housing confidence in home buyers. On the one hand, it is a great way to purchase a home below market value and sell it for more than you paid. On the other hand, it often seems to be more work…


Where do home renovation myths start? Maybe in the aisles of your local hardware store or parking lot of the lumber yard. They get traded back and forth and whispered to people who may actually believe the tall tales—until they find themselves sitting under a pile of splintered wood and drywall dust. To spare you from…


If you’ve got an investment property that you’d like to start renting out, there are a number of things you need to do to make sure it’s ready. Some of these tips could actually make a difference in the demand for your property and can increase how much you can charge for rent, or how…


Some believe Millennial renters don’t view their homes the way earlier generations did. Trend spotters say many consider their apartment their bedroom, the restaurant on the first floor their kitchen, the bar a block away their recreation room and the park a quarter mile distant their backyard. They are willing to sacrifice space in their…

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