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5 Tips To Help Ensure The Best Possible Tenants

April 19, 2019

Good tenants are the backbone for any successful rental property. You can have the best property in a great location but if your tenants are poor it won’t make a difference.  In many cases the better you are as a landlord the better your tenants will be.  There are several little things that you can […]


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Real Estate Investing: 4 Underestimated Rental Property Expenses

April 9, 2019

This is an incredible time for investing in real estate and locking into passive income and long term wealth building by acquiring rental properties. However, while cash flow spreads may be fatter than ever and we appear to be on the verge of an extended period of equity growth it is those sneaky, unexpected expenses […]


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5 Biggest Fears Of Owning A Rental Property (That You Shouldn’t Be Afraid Of)

April 1, 2019

A healthy real estate portfolio is one of the keys to true long-term wealth. Even a sole single-family rental can completely change your financial outlook. As much as you may see the upside with a rental, there are a handful of negatives that can be difficult to ignore. There is no question that if you […]


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Real Estate Investing: How to Build Wealth that Lasts Generations

March 21, 2019

Many are drawn to real estate investing and flipping houses for fast money, great returns and big paychecks, but there is a huge difference between making a great income and building real wealth and having wealth that can last for generations. Some people dream all their lives of winning $1 million dollars. They envision that […]


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5 Reasons Your Property May Not Be Selling & How To Fix it!

March 6, 2019

It is not enough to rely on the strength of your market to produce a sale. All across the country there are plenty of places where real estate is in high demand. Even though your market may be flooded with buyers, it doesn’t mean your property will fly off the shelf. You still need to […]


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5 Do’s And Don’ts Of Landlording

February 22, 2019

There are more rental property opportunities available today than ever before. A growing number of potential homebuyers are holding off and flooding the rental market. This has created ample demand for rental properties and in turn demand for landlords. On the surface, owning a rental property is easy. You buy a property, find some tenants […]


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Do I Really Need A Building Permit?

February 8, 2019

What home improvements require building permits? Which remodeling items do and don’t need to have permits? Why do permits even exist? How are many real estate investors sabotaging themselves by ignoring the importance of this piece of paper to their profits? Home Remodeling Projects that Require Building Permits Home improvement and renovation projects which often require […]


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5 Actions To Take When You Apply For A Traditional Mortgage Loan

January 31, 2019

There are many real estate investors who are utilizing traditional lender programs. With interest rates continuing to slide this has become an increasingly viable option.  As popular as lender programs are not every borrower can get approved.  There are still strict guidelines in place and a mountain of documentation that has to be provided.  With […]


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4 Strange Threats to Your Property Value

January 23, 2019

Every homeowner likes making their house unique, but it’s not always good to stand out. Sometimes what you think gives your home character will actually drive down your property value when you list your house on the market. Here are four odd threats to your sticker price you should be aware of: 1)    Bigger Isn’t Always […]


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4 Ways to Reduce Your Power Bill This Season

January 16, 2019

As the days get shorter and the weather gets steadily colder, homeowners across the country will see their power bills increase dramatically. Heating and lighting your real estate investment through the late fall and winter can cost you thousands if you’re reckless. So don’t be! Here are a few steps you can take to help […]


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