7 Tips for Dealing With Problem Tenants

Having a tenant that pays on time and never causes a fuss is as good as gold. But nightmare tenants are real, and they’re pretty common, especially for investors who operate multiple investment properties. So what are you supposed to do with an unruly tenant who pays rent late, annoys the neighbors, destroys the property, […]

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Infographic: Baby Boomers & The Real Estate Market

Millennials get all the press these days, but Baby Boomers still have a larger impact on the real estate market than any other demographic. This excellent infographic sheds light on this generation’s ongoing influence over the housing market.

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Rules of Etiquette You Should Know Before Buying a Home

If a good deal is what you’re looking for when it comes to buying a house, the last people you want to put off are the sellers. The truth is, there’s a certain etiquette that buyers should follow throughout the home-buying process, and failure to follow it could actually cost you a lot of money. […]

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What to Do When You Find Your Dream Home . . . But It’s Not For Sale

Depending on where you’re looking to buy, there could very well be a major supply shortage. But don’t let slim pickings in your local housing market stand in the way of you snatching up your dream home. If the listings are limited in your area, consider sending letters to homeowners expressing your interest in buying. […]

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How to Make Sure the Transition From ‘Renter’ to ‘Owner’ is a Smooth One

With rent prices increasing all over the country, now may a good time to make the leap from ‘renter’ status to ‘owner’. After all, why not put that monthly check towards your own equity rather than someone else’s? And the prices that landlords are charging these days for rent are often higher than a typical […]

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