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So You Want to Sell Your Rental Property – Here’s How

By on March 15, 2016 in Education with 1 Comment
So You Want to Sell Your Rental Property – Here’s How

A landlords may choose to sell a rental property for a variety of reasons.   Perhaps you are moving and don’t want to be a long distance landlord. Maybe you inherited the property, with no intention of ever being a landlord. You may live in a hot real estate market and your ready to liquidate […]

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What Does a Property Manager Do?

By on November 10, 2015 in Education with 1 Comment
What Does a Property Manager Do?

If you are thinking about a career in property management or are considering hiring a property manager to oversee your rental property, it is beneficial to understand the wide range of roles and responsibilities required of a property manager. Residential property management falls under the branch of real estate related to renting or leasing rental […]

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Selling an Investment Property: When and How are The Right Times to Sell

By on November 26, 2014 in Education with 0 Comments
Selling an Investment Property: When and How are The Right Times to Sell

On veterans Day (November 11th) you may recall, I posted a blog inspired by one of my fellow gym buddies (a veteran), he revealed his strategy on how to successfully acquire over a million dollars in real estate. Since then “John” has asked me a question that he was hoping I could research. John purchased a rental […]

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Congratulations! You Purchased an Investment Property, Now What?

By on July 11, 2014 in Education, Off Topic with 0 Comments
Congratulations! You Purchased an Investment Property, Now What?

Building a relationship with tenants and protecting your real estate investment is the goal when creating a lease agreement.  I have compiled a list of tips for landlords to use as a tool for creating a lease and guidance on rental property management in general. 1. Fair Housing Act  When advertising for a new tenant, it […]

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Investors – How to Deal With the New 4 Property Limit Guideline

By on November 17, 2008 in News with 0 Comments

If you’ve tried getting a conventional loan recently, you may have ran into this brand new roadblock.  Fannie and Freddie have implemented a new guideline for conventional real-estate loans.  They limit you to a maximum of 4 total properties.  The moment you go to finance that 5th property you smash into their new brick wall. […]

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