Property Management Blog

7 Steps To Increase Rental Property Cash Flow

Web Admin - Wednesday, December 20, 2017

When it comes to owning revenue property one of the key aspects of being successful is ensuring you have sufficient cash flow to cover contingencies and to generate income.

The problem is, if you haven’t been in the business very long you may not know what you can do to increase those revenues. Well in this article I hope to give you several ideas to help you increase your rental property cash flow.   Read More..


Managing Your Investment California Bill Would Bar Landlords From Using Immigration Status Against Tenants

Web Admin - Friday, October 06, 2017

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A California proposed law seeks to protect undocumented immigrants from harassment, at home.

Across the state, tenants claim their landlords are threatening them with a call to immigration authorities if they don’t agree to be evicted quietly.

Now the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act, making its way to the senate floor, would make it illegal for landlords to use their tenants’ immigration status against them. If they do, landlords will be the ones paying up.   Read More..


10 top tips for finding tenants

Web Admin - Thursday, September 28, 2017

The single biggest mistake you can make in property investment is buying the wrong property. The next one – and by far the most common – is getting the wrong tenants to live in it.   Read More..


Managing Your Investment Single-Family Rents Remain Strong—For Now

Web Admin - Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The business of renting single-family homes has blossomed in recent years with large players buying swaths of vacant homes and with homebuyers often sitting on the sidelines over the past few years. Fundamentals have been strong, particularly with vacancy rates at low levels.   Read More..


The upside and downside of becoming a landlord in retirement

Web Admin - Tuesday, September 12, 2017

I used to listen to your radio show in Atlanta when I was working. I’m now retired and I am concerned about my investments. I have no confidence in the U.S. economy.   Read More..


6 Tips To Being a Great Landlord

Web Admin - Friday, September 01, 2017

As silly as this may sound, this quote is very applicable to landlords and even to property owners. You have to face a lot of demands, create lease agreements, screen tenants, market rentals, evict poor tenants, and much more. Landlords are more than just property owners. Don’t worry. Despite the fact that it may sound quite complicated at first, being a great landlord is feasible. We’ll help you.   Read More..


Building Equity With Low-Cost Rental Properties

Web Admin - Thursday, August 24, 2017

Real estate investing is one of the best ways to create long-term success and build wealth. However, it does have the significant downside of being a business with a high capital threshold needed for entry. For potential investors with only moderate amounts of capital to invest, the options are somewhat limited, especially when it comes to building equity in properties.   Read More..


Managing Your Investment Perks Student Renters Look for in an Apartment Community

Web Admin - Wednesday, August 16, 2017

When college students start searching for and looking at off-campus housing options, they consider more than just rental rates, proximity to campus, and neighborhood safety. Now more than ever, student renters look for extra perks and amenities that apartment communities offer, wanting to get the most benefits included in their lease.   Read More..


Thinking Of Buying Rental Property? Here Are Five Things You Should Know

Web Admin - Monday, July 31, 2017

It seems like such a difficult way to make a dollar. You have to buy a property, fix it up, figure out what rent to charge, find renters, deal with repairs, upkeep, late payments, complaints from the tenants, complaints from the neighbors, citations from the town, and also have a lawyer on standby in case an eviction is necessary. Then start again every time you get a new tenant.   Read More..


Decor that Adds Value to Homes

Web Admin - Friday, July 21, 2017

A home’s price is based on many factors that can’t be changed, such as location, square footage, and age. While these fixed factors may seem like an end-all-be-all, you can present your client’s home in other ways that may add perceived value for buyers. A full overhaul or shiny new kitchen are not the only options — choosing the right home decor can go a long way in bringing buyers.   Read More..