Here are some tips to help you figure out how to plan a rental property rehab that will pay off.
All renovations are planned with a budget in mind, so here are some cost-friendly improvements to bring your rental property’s kitchen into the 21st century.
Homes that are multi-generational highlight universal design, or an environment that’s usable by almost everyone regardless of age, ability, or disability. Incorporating universal design into your rental home isn’t hard or expensive.
Housing trends come and go, and while mega-mansions may be a thing of the past, small living trends might just be here to stay. Here are some ways to transform your smaller units into a flexible living space that will accommodate any renter’s lifestyle.
Imagine marketing your apartments with the appeal of virtually no heating or cooling bills – for you or your resident. It almost sounds too good to be true, but this concept is a reality with a rising green housing trend: passive housing.
Malfunctioning appliances can be frustrating cases to crack, but if an appliance in your apartment is having some trouble, repairing it can sometimes save you much more money than replacing the entire thing, depending on the problem.
It’s time to do something about that dirt patch in front of your apartment building. No matter how water-saving maintaining dirt and dead grass was, it’s not doing anything for your curb appeal. However, grass isn’t the only answer, and there are plenty of ways you can spruce up your property with greenery without the ridiculous water bill each month.
You won’t become an A-level property overnight, but by making a few of these changes, you have a lot of power to turn your property around and start attracting qualified renters.
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