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So, you're considering investing in real estate. It's normal to be a bit nervous about this type of investment, but you know that it is probably worth the risk because you've seen others do very well with this idea. The problem is that many real estate investors "overthink" the transaction, frequently losing the deal altogether.
VerticalRent Community, formerly codenamed Roommate Finder, was launched today, February 1st, 2020 for renters in the State of Florida. This revolutionary new approach to finding a roommate is designed to take the stress out of identifying a high-quality roommate. Let us explain.
You want to move to Los Angeles, but with more than 80 neighborhoods to choose from, how do you select a landing spot? While there are tons of neighborhoods, some stand out as the top spots for renters. These neighborhoods have a nice selection of rentals, ample activities, and restaurants that you are sure to love. Check out the top Los Angeles neighborhoods for renters and get ready to find the perfect fit.
Investing in real estate and maintaining rental properties is an exciting endeavor that can provide supplemental income and secure your financial future. However, investing in rental properties does come with some inherent risks, and it is likely that you will eventually find yourself mixed up in a real estate deal gone bad. What might have originally looked like a promising investment may soon turn into a nightmare if you find yourself with a rental property that has negative cash flow.
As a landlord, you have a responsibility to both your tenants and your company. One of your responsibilities is to be aware of your state's landlord-tenant laws, and to retain a lawyer when needed to ensure that you have the specific advice you need.
You’re ready to relocate to Fort Lauderdale, but you’re a little overwhelmed. After doing some research, you discovered that there are dozens of neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale. Which one should you choose?
The Miami real estate market is currently one of the most popular and profitable markets in the United States. Investors moving their business into Miami-Dade County are set up to be part of a booming property market, particularly in the coming decades. Throughout the last century, Miami has been a prime vacation spot as well as a strong residential and commercial sector.
If you own rental properties, it is important that you keep a maintenance schedule in order to ensure that important maintenance does not get forgotten. Preventative maintenance can help to save you time and money in the long-run by preventing costly damage and repairs down-the-road. However, if you own multiple rental properties, it can be overwhelming to try to take care of all of this maintenance on your own.
With an abundance of waterways, delicious eateries, and ample green spaces, you know that Jacksonville, Florida, is a wonderful place to live. You want to relocate to Jacksonville, but first, you need to choose a neighborhood. The bustling city is full of neighborhoods that are perfect for renters. Get the details on the top places to rent in the city.
Many real estate investors end up feeling tremendous guilt. They've made bad deals. They've lost money. Perhaps they've even lost years as they struggled to overcome those regrets--and in some cases, those regrets can become downright crippling.
Orlando has more to offer than theme parks and wildlife. It’s also an excellent place to call home. As one of the largest cities in Florida, more than 1.5 million people live here, and you want to join the crowd. First, though, you have to decide where you want to live. Orlando has tons of neighborhoods that attract renters, but which one is right for you? Check out the top neighborhoods for renters, so you can get the best bang for your buck.
In 1992, Congress passed the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992. This act was also known as Title X. The idea behind the legislation was to protect families from exposure to lead in paint, dust, and soil. It was section 1018 of this law that directed HUD and EPA to disclose any data concerning lead-based paint or lead-based hazards before selling or leasing any housing built before 1978.
You have a special kitty who has been traveling with you for months or years before setting up your next (or current) rental place. You and your beloved cat are the dynamic duo and you wouldn't dream of living somewhere without your feline friend. There's just one catch: the housing crisis makes finding well-placed pet-friendly living harder than it used to be.
The first day in your new home after a move is always a challenge. Some people view it as an exciting first-night adventure; some see it as a special moving-day ordeal. There you are with everything you own in boxes, your furniture in pieces, and mattresses on the floor.
Miami Beach enjoys a reputation as a popular social, economic, and recreational hub. This is true not only in southern Florida and the United States but also the world. It is also for good reason. The city’s unique culture makes it stand out from other cities in many ways. These factors make it a decisively attractive spot for tourists and vacationers, high-end luxury living, and real estate agents.
Many people consider Tampa to be one of the best places to live in the United States. It manages to have both an urban and suburban feel, so everyone can happily make a home in Tampa. When you live here, you can expect easy access to parks, restaurants, bars, shopping, and schools, and many neighborhoods boast low crime rates. That makes Tampa a fun and safe place to live in.
2019 hasn't been my best real estate investment year. I've acquired a few new rental properties, picking up a residential property here and there, but honestly, the profit margins just haven't been there. Unexpected repairs, vacancies, and increasing property taxes have taken their toll. Don't you hate it when the year ends up like that?
The holiday season is rapidly on its way and the spirit of gift-giving is in the air. For many people, it's fun to think of everyone you could possibly give a gift to brighten their season. For landlords, you may have one family or several families whose holidays could be brightened by a warm yet impersonal gift.
Do you find yourself asking, “What are the best places to rent in Atlanta, Georgia?” If so, you aren’t alone. Atlanta is full of vibrant and up-and-coming neighborhoods, and it can be difficult to keep track. Whether you are born and bred in Atlanta or are moving here for the first time, you want to find a top neighborhood. Learn about the best neighborhoods in Atlanta for renters, so you can find the perfect landing spot.