Property Management Tips for Landlords in Tenant Debt and Settlements

Property Management Tips for Landlords in Tenant Debt and SettlementsThere’s always a case when a landlord files an eviction notice on his last tenant and then the case becomes volatile and the landlord finds himself becoming annoyed. It’s a fact that on several occasions, landlords usually become emotionally involved in tenants debt that they don’t consider the option of settlement. But landlords should know that those who make settlements claim much more money than those Continue Reading →

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Commercial Property For Lease

Commercial Property For LeaseMiami office space for lease is a pretty broad area. Office space in Miami for lease is known for having ‘bubbles’, good markets, bad markets, ups, downs, you name it. But many people, including myself, have endured these cycles and still managed to make a lot of money. Commercial property for lease is one of the last bastions of the free-enterprising entrepreneur who buys properties in hope that they will rise in value Continue Reading →

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What is a Real Estate Broker?

What is a Real Estate Broker?The majority of people are aware about the existence of a real estate broker and a real estate agent. However, the majority of people are commonly mislead on what they do and what purpose they serve in the field of real estate.

What is a real estate broker anyway? What are the differences between an agent and a broker? What are their roles and are they really important? This set of questions Continue Reading →

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Multifamily Property Management: 9 Things Not in the Textbooks

Multifamily Property Management: 9 Things Not in the TextbooksIn multifamily property management I believe many of the points presented in this blog will be true five years from now. Like the chart of a long-term investment, one day does not a portfolio trend make. The same holds true in property management. Here are some things I believe hold true over the long run…

The property management business will never be any less complex than it is today. Imagine that Continue Reading →

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Real Estate Services in Everett

Real Estate Services in EverettEverett is the largest city in the Snohomish County and is just 25 miles away from the North of Seattle. It is a metropolitan city with a low population density. With the prices of the real estate being moderate the demand for houses in this city is continuously rising. Homes for sale Everett WA can earn a good amount of profit. All you need to do is fix your deal properly Continue Reading →

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10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes That Cost Real Estate Agents Thousands

10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes That Cost Real Estate Agents ThousandsAre you satisfied with the amount of taxes you pay? Are you confident that you’re taking advantage of every available tax break? But most of all, is your tax preparer giving you proactive advice to save on your taxes?

The bad news is that you probably do pay too much tax and you’re probably not taking advantage of every tax break. And most preparers do a poor job of actually saving Continue Reading →

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Tenant Screening – Step By Step

Tenant Screening - Step By StepIf you are an investor that owns apartment buildings or a property manager, you know the importance of tenant screening. Tenant selection is one of the most essential activities in owning and managing apartments.

In this article, I want to go over How To Do Tenant Screening – Step By Step. Please note that this is for informational purposes only – and laws vary from state to state Continue Reading →

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Home Inspections and a Saggy House

Home Inspections and a Saggy HouseWhen you have a home inspected, your inspector will look at the structures and systems that make the house what it is. Naturally, he’ll look at the wood structures, like floors, walls, doors and windows.

There are four things that can cause wood structure problems. They are: 1) Deflection and warping, 2) Fungal and insect attack, 3) Fire, and 4) Connection failure and improper alteration. Continue Reading →

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