You may believe that a second home can be a great place to vacation and retire, but it’s unlikely that buying a second home will be a very good financial move.
Here’s what newbie landlords need to know to get their taxes heading in the right direction.
It’s not uncommon for the parents of college students to consider buying an investment property near their child’s university.
If you are considering buying rental properties, you should already know how to analyze an investment by penciling out your […]
As an individual landlord, you have unique challenges in maximizing the money you earn on your rental property.
There are many ways to evaluate investment returns on an income property, but you are the only one who can choose which evaluation and analysis method is appropriate for you.
You have to take a long-term view with property, and if you do, the chances of having significant wealth down the road are much higher.
Here are a healthy portion of the documents that you should review when purchasing in a common interest development, and why.
New federal rules have clamped down on the lending abuses, but you still need to protect yourself to make sure you are getting a fair deal.
Most homeowners pay little attention to their property insurance until disaster strikes. And then, it’s too late.
It’s hardly page-turning literature, but there are many reasons why you should read title-related documents before making any property purchase.
Borrowing from the boat owners’ passel of proclamations, may I suggest: “The best two days of a vacation rental owner’s life […]
The tenant-screening process may seem shrouded in mystery. The truth, however, is that all those application forms and probing questions […]
As real estate bidding wars become commonplace, it’s important to remember these adages: 1. The early bird gets the worm. 2. […]
Handle this tricky situation delicately to deliver the best outcome.