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Buying single family homes for rental properties is an excellent way to generate income. Before you buy houses, finding the right market to either get started or branch into is important as not all rental markets are equal.
The internet is a beautiful thing that can provide just about anything you need. Free landlord forms are no exception. With the ability to access the internet, you can find, download, and print any landlord forms you might need for free.
As a landlord or property manager, you know the importance of running a background check on potential tenants. While running a background check often seems difficult and expensive, there are ways to make the process fairly simple.
When calculating the true cost of owning a car, the sticker price is only the beginning. Similarly, it is the hidden expenses of operating a rental property as a money-making venture that can make or break your success as a landlord.
Collecting rent is one of your least favorite things to do as a landlord. Sure, you like the money, but you don’t much care for the process of getting it.
The traditional means of purchasing rental properties is to secure a mortgage loan from a bank. As a landlord, you might be interested in non-traditional ways to purchase your next rental property. Both private and hard money are forms of non-traditional funding.
What happen recently at Penn State is certainly a tragedy. Having graduated from Penn State – University Park in 2003 and recalling the frat parties held at Beta Theta Pi – it was difficult to imagine the grief and anguish felt by Tim Piazza’s friends and family.
Many lease agreements include a provision that the tenant must carry renter's insurance. Often, however, this provision is not upheld by either the renter or the landlord and is swept under the rug.
As a property manager, you offer your tenants a decent place to live for a fair price. However, building maintenance and legal fees can get expensive when things don't work out like you imagined.
Those of you who live in hot climates know how hot things can get in the middle of summer. As a renter, this might become a bigger challenge if the place you're renting doesn't have proper air-conditioning.