Tips For Dealing With Tenants That Are Violating Parts Of The Lease

25 May 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

With rental properties, finding a good tenant is like finding a treasure. Good tenants pay their bills, take care of their units, and obey the rules stated in their leases. The trouble is that some tenants will not be the best tenants in the world, and this is why it is important to set up a good system to use when your tenants violate parts of their leases. Here are some of the components of an effective system to use for dealing with this common problem. Read More 

Buying Your First Condo? Use These Tips

22 May 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

If you're just setting out to buy a condo, you are likely looking forward to the lower costs and freedom from mowing the lawn and other maintenance tasks. A condo can be a smart purchase, but if this is the first such property you've bought, you need to use these tips to ensure that you're happy once you move in. Secure Financing Right Away One of the first things you've got to do to make this a simpler process is to get your mortgage loan pre-approved now instead of waiting until you see a condo you like. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Property Management Company That Offers Around The Clock Services

19 May 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

As the owner of several rental properties, it is simply logical to hire a property management company to handle all of the mundane tasks that come along with the rental business, such as collecting rent, advertising vacant properties, and tending to repairs. While most property management companies offer similar types of service, there are some that offer extensive services that can prove to be quite valuable to you as a landlord. Read More 

Protect Your Earnest Money With These Two Contingencies

17 May 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

When a seller accepts your offer on a home, you will be required to provide the person with earnest money. This deposit, typically equal to 1 to 2 percent of the purchase price, essentially signifies that you are serious about purchasing the house. If you fail to go through with the sale for any reason except those outlined in the contract, the seller gets to keep your earnest money. Here are two contingencies you should put in the sale contract that can help ensure you get your deposit back if something goes awry. Read More 

Hire A Real Estate Agent

15 May 2017
 Categories: Real Estate, Blog

There are people that decide that they want to shop for a home all by themselves, and that is a decision that may cost them. Using a good real estate agent has a lot of benefits that people do not see. When you are shopping for the house of the future, you do not want to miss out on a house just because you did not have all the listings. Real estate agents can help in ways that you may not even know. Read More