Archive for the ‘1. Property Owner Blog Posts’ Category

Is It Sensible To Pay-Off Your Mortgage?

Though the topic about paying off your mortgage is highly debated, the right answer is the one that aligns with your overall goals and investment strategy. There are two diametrically...

Co-ownership of Your Properties, Is It Right For You?

Several factors will affect how well a business alliance works out. If you’re on the fence about it, keep reading. Buying property is one of the most expensive purchases...

Turnkey Rental, Are They Right For You?

For the right investor, turnkey investments provide convenience The right turnkey rental property may the right real estate venture for you.. The popularity of turnkey rental properties...

Save Money By Doing An Energy Audit And Seven Easy Fixes

As a property owner, you should always be looking for ways to save money and to maximize profits. Raising the rent isn’t always an option. There lots of ways your profits vanish without...

Why Cash-For-Keys Can Be Better than Evicting

Get rid of problem tenants cheaper than evicting them. So, you have a nightmare tenant that you just want to get rid of! Though most property owners are all too familiar with the legal process of...

How To Make Extra Cash From Your Rental on Airbnb

Airbnb actually now has more listing than hotels have rooms! Keeping your property in tip-top shape is key. Short-term rentals have become a booming business for people looking to make a...

How To Use Social Media To Promote Your Rental Property

Most property owners have moved away from traditional advertising campaigns, like print ads, and have started using some form of social media to help drive traffic. Engage with a wide...

Learn How to Fend Off Exhaustion Being A Do it Yourself Landlord

Strike a balance between work and personal life. The rental business can be lucrative and enjoyable, but it can also be a mental and physical drain if you let it. So how can you fend off...

Tips For Photo And Video When Marketing Your Rental

The strategies you do when marketing your rental is usually highly correlated to the quality of the applicants you will find yourself screening to fill vacancies. Since most prospects...

Tired of Vacancy? Why Tenants Move & How to Keep Them

Tenants move because they can longer afford the rent, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s your fault. It’s just the nature of things, people relocate for any number of reasons. The rental...