Being a landlord isn’t for everyone — but it might be just right for you.
Here are some items you should be aware of so you can better prepare for your future as a real estate mogul.
Protect yourself as a landlord by using a lease that clearly notes conditions such as deposit fees and termination notices.
Conducting a tenant credit check is now a relatively easy step, thanks to some new services in the marketplace.
While using your own money to invest in real estate may sound like a good idea on the surface, there are a number of reasons why it is not.
Here are a few things to think about and properties to avoid when you are ready to invest your hard-earned cash equity capital.
You’ve almost made it through your first year as an accidental landlord, and as someone who stumbled into your new “career,” you want to figure out what you need to do to plan for next year. Here are a few items you should consider.
It’s not uncommon for the parents of college students to consider buying an investment property near their child’s university.
These days, many people hear in the news that it’s a good time to buy rental property and so they’ve […]
Investors should first be concerned about making sure that the properties they buy pay for themselves.
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