Property Management Blog

6 Impressive Benefits of Real Estate Investing
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In the United States, the real estate market was worth about $10.5 trillion last year. That wealthy market is why so many people decide to invest in real estate properties throughout the nation. Some of these benefits include tax breaks and the ability to be your own boss. Keep reading for six of the best reasons for r...
How to Evict a Tenant: A Guide for Landlords
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Even with the most thorough tenant screening, it's still possible that from time to time you'll encounter a not-so-perfect renter. It's not a pleasant part of the job of being a landlord, but tenant eviction is sometimes a necessary one. If you've found yourself in a situation where you have to evict a tenant, it'...
Are Property Management Services Worth It? (The Answer Is Yes)
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When you rent your property, you have the potential to make an impressive passive income. But it may not feel passive!When you're busy fielding calls and managing your property, you have little time. Feeling swamped with calls about a burst pipe and late payments? Struggling to manage a busy schedule of apartment viewings and inspecti...
What Is a Maintenance Coordinator, Exactly?
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To keep residents happy, any real estate owner needs a dependable maintenance team. Yet, it's easy for owners and building managers to spend all their time organizing maintenance staff.That's where a maintenance coordinator comes in to play.So what is a maintenance coordinator's job? And how can they assist real estate ow...
What Is Section 8 and How Does It Work?
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Section 8 is a shorthand name for Section 8 of the Housing Act of 1937. It provides for tenants to be able to rent properties at fair market rates. It does so through the means of a partial rent subsidy administered to private landlords by the government.It is also known as the Housing Choice Voucher Program. Around 2.1 million households...
A Simple Guide to Tenant Screening
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Are you looking for a better way to find good tenants? Just as there are no perfect landlords, there also are no perfect tenants - but there are good ones out there!You need your space rented just as they need to rent the space, the situation needs to be good for both parties. Tenant screening is the only way to assure that your tena...
A Complete Rental Property Inspection Checklist for Landlords
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Landlords aren't like most other investors, who watch stock graphs and judge companies. Their investments are with actual property — which can face real damage and have its value fall. Getting your investment regularly inspected is a way to protect yourself and it.To inspect it well, you need to have a rental property inspection...
What Is the Best Way to Collect Rent from Tenants?
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It is obvious that as a landlord you wear many hats, right?When you think about it, you're the realtor, the salesperson, and the repairman. As part of your duties, you are also a debt collector since you have to collect rent from tenants.Rent collection can be a challenge for you. It can be easy to miss track of tenant payments if you...
How to Keep It Professional When Hiring a Property Management Company
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Since 2019, property rentals are up by 3.7%. With a rise in rented properties, you've probably asked yourself whether it's in your best interest to hire a property manager. A property manager will add to your team in several different ways. Not only will they help save you money, but they can save you time by looking for...
What Does a Property Manager Do: How Can They Help You?
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Do you own an investment property in San Diego, California? You know just how beneficial investment properties can be when run smoothly and correctly. Trying to manage multiple properties at once or even one property is a big task to take on alone. There's a lot that comes with keeping up with an investment property, the paperwor...

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