Should You Put Your Rental Properties in an LLC? The answer is- maybe. But maybe not. My upfront disclaimer is that I am not a legal expert of any sort,
Indeed it is a brave new world for landlords. Sometimes, making the transition to a paperless platform can seem daunting, expensive, or just plain out of reach. Other times the
Home prices have been on a steady climb from the depths of the housing crash, leaving many wondering if it is still a good time to invest in the residential
If you are reading this blog post, there is a very good chance you are a rental property owner, or, that you would like to be at some point. But
The number one rule in hiring any service professional: Get references. Word of mouth from friends and neighbors is the best way to find a good worker who’ll deliver great
Being a successful landlord requires lots of practical know-how, business moxie, and familiarity with the market. Until about 30 years ago, the law didn’t have much to do with it.
Rather than just acquiring as many properties as possible, let’s take a step back and think about whether the best way to make more money is to focus on your
We’ve all seen the meme. And we can all relate. But when it comes to the responsibilities of landlords this new version might even be more appropriate. Typically most of
How do you select what for many buyers will be their most significant investment of a lifetime? Is it really only location, location, location? That special feel or artsy vibe?
How can so many rental companies still use paper applications? One of the true stresses looking for a new place is filling out applications. If you live in a crowded