Think you can’t invest in real estate because you love to travel? Think again. Here’s how one traveler renovates, manages and rents her investment property, no matter where she is in the world.
Sometimes it’s worth investing in a middle man. Pant describes hiring a property manager after a phone consultation. She signs the contract electronically and keeps tabs on the property’s needs by email. The property management company does all the necessary upkeep, like cleaning gutters, and sends photos to Pant when tasks have been completed.
Even when she’s adventuring around the world, Pant knows her property is in good hands. read more
Despite being relatively inexpensive, books can be extremely valuable to entrepreneurs and real estate & rental investors. With just a few sentences, book readers can walk away with new insights and practical lessons that they could use to improve both their personal and professional lives. This is especially true for rental property investors. Whether you are a new or veteran real estate investor, these six books will add value to your rental property portfolio…read more
Renters are looking a little older these days.
Rental applicants tend to conjure up images of recent college grads looking to start their life in the real world. But Millennials are facing increased competition from people who have already spent decades in adulthood, and may have better credit and higher income.
So many aspiring landlords have the faulty perception that owning rental property is like a dream come true. You sit back and collect the rent—automatically of course—while your tenants take the utmost care of your properties and look after them as though they were their own. Cut to an image of the property owner running off to comfortably retire on a beach-side village in the Caribbean, and the tenant continuing to reside in the property forever – and ever. See more here
Renters Warehouse look at ten resolutions all tenants should make. Here’s to a long and happy lease! The professional landlords of Rent Estate. As a tenant, there’s a good chance that you can quickly list off ten things that you wish your landlord would do. But have you ever sat down and thought that maybe, just maybe, your landlord has a few things that they’d like from you as well?
Landlords. If your tenants were grading you, would you fall into the naughty or nice list? Renters Warehouse will show how you stack up. It’s that time of year again!
As Santa checks his list to find out who’s been naughty or nice, it’s a great time to step back and reflect on how well you’ve done over the year.
What type of landlord are you? If your tenants were grading you, would you fall into the naughty or nice list? Read on to see how well you stack up.