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Property Management Horror Stories You Can Learn From

Property Management Horror Stories You Can Learn From

In property management, horror stories are not what you want to be a part of, and yet, any property manager can tell you a few. We asked around, and found that with time, working as a property manager is not without the occasional nightmare. Whose home is this, anyway? Two stories from the state of […]

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The Future of Keyless Access For Property Management

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Re-keying locks on your properties, after the tenant leaves, can get tedious and expensive, causing too many property managers to skip the re-keying process entirely, opening themselves up to an uncomfortable amount of liability. In this article, we wanted to share an interview between Doorgrow and Prempoint. They discuss a comprehensive messaging, access control, and automation software […]

What’s More Costly: Rental Vacancies or Filling Rentals With Subpar Tenants?

What’s More Costly Rental Vacancies or Filling Rentals With Subpar Tenants

One of the most important factors that today’s real estate investors need to watch out for is choosing partners and professionals who have really mastered the dynamics of tenant screening and occupancy. Each investment opportunity is only as good as the execution. Without a great handle on tenant management, the results can be disastrous. Unfortunately, many […]

Four ways to Help Safely Navigate Landlord-Tenant Laws

Four ways to Help Safely Navigate Landlord-Tenant Laws

Landlord-tenant laws rule the world of rentals. Do you know how much time you have to provide a written accounting of how you spent any deposit money you keep?  How about the laws governing when you can enter the premises? What is the limit your state allows you to charge for late fees? These sorts […]

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Top Ten Tax Deductions for Property Owners

Top Ten Tax Deductions for Property Owners

Every year, millions of landlords pay more taxes on their rental income than they have to, because they fail to take advantage of all the tax deductions available for owners of rental property. Rental real estate provides more tax benefits than almost any other investment. Often, these tax benefits make the difference between losing money […]

Why Appraisals Don’t Necessarily Value Homes From an Investor’s Point of View

Why Appraisals Don’t Necessarily Value Homes From an Investors Point of View

The value of something is all a matter of perspective. So you have to remember whose lens you are looking through. Should the useful life of a fully renovated house (little future cap ex) have a bigger influence on the property’s appraisal than recent sales in the area? According to Mark Ainley, in regard to […]