[Pro tip] Doing walk-through inspections after a tenant moves out

Deposits are a common area of dispute between landlords and tenants. Unfortunately, one of these two things often occur: A landlord ends up absorbing many of the costs associated with a turnover Tenants get charged for damage and repairs they did not cause The biggest reason this happens is because of a lack of documentation. Over time, we’ve developed […]

How to market rental property vacancies

Rent your properties as quickly as possible, but only to qualified tenants. Doing this requires lots of exposure: More exposure means more applications… More applications will allow you to be more strict in your screening standards… Stricter screening standards lead to higher quality tenants… Higher quality tenants save you time, take better care of the […]

Using the wrong real estate professionals can cost you money.

Been there done that Real estate is a one of the best investment vehicles around. However, many people tend to avoid it because they are worried about things like: Evictions, and bad tenants Floods, or other natural disasters Accounting for rent, and tracking expenses As an investor, we recommend surrounding yourself with people who specialize in real estate. Watch […]

Property Management: Learn from our mistakes!

Been there done that In this short video, we talk about our experience buying our first investment property, as well as some of the “growing pains” we had getting to where we are today. This story, as well as all the other horror stories out there associated with property management, are the motivation for creating […]

How much can my property rent for?

Setting the right rental rate is a critical step in the leasing process. On one hand, you want to set it as high as possible to maximize revenue… On the other hand, you don’t want the property to sit vacant… This short video gives some good tips on what (and what not) to base your rental rate […]