Looking to purchase a rental property? These are the factors that should be considered for income-producing real estate.
The Top 5 Ways to Make More Money on Your Rental Properties
Are you making ALL of the money you could possibly make in your rental property? If you cannot confidently answer yes, then you need to read this today!
5 Ways to Eviction-Proof Your Rental Property
Most landlords fear evictions because of the unknown: How much will it cost? How long will it take?
How to Get the Best Tenants into Your Rental Property
Your job as a property manager is much easier if you rent to low-risk tenants. Learn how to rent to ideal tenants -- and decline not-so-ideal candidates.
13 Proactive Ways to Increase Rent & Add Value to Your Rental Property
Ready to get creative? There are easy ways to substantially increase rent and the value of your properties -- if you're willing to think outside the box.
7 Budget-Friendly Ways to Dramatically Enhance Your Rental Property
Want to find tenants for your rental fast? Then be sure your property is in tip-top shape! It doesn't require a lot of money; just follow these clever tips.
3 Rental Property Expenses Investors Should Anticipate
It's easy to get excited about the cash flow that's possible through rental property investing -- but don't forget to figure in these expenses!
What Should I Do If My Tenant Breaks the Lease on My Rental Property?
Having a tenant break a lease can be a stressful experience. But by writing your lease agreement carefully, you may be able to head off problems before they ever arise. Breaking the lease usually means that a tenant has vacated a property before the term of the lease has expired. For example, if your tenant has a one-year lease, and they leave after nine months, this would be considered breaking the lease. Other issues, such as failure to follow the terms of a…
5 Basic Questions About Documenting Rental Property Condition
Landlords should always document the condition of their rental property. Here are the basics of how, when, why and what to look for.
3 Important Things to Understand before Buying a Rental Property
Another way of earning through real estate is by acquiring a rental property. Though it is quite a challenging task compared to just buying a home, it still be worth a try.
The Step-by-Step Guide to Buying Your First Rental Property
Buying your first rental property can be exciting, confusing, and intimidating. To make the whole process less overwhelming, here’s a step-by-step overview.
Things I Wish I Knew Before I Bought My First Rental Property
It is always kind of fun though to look back and think what you would have done had you had the knowledge you have now. Hindsight is of course 20/20, but what would I change if I could go back in time? What do I wish I knew then that I know now, before I bought my first rental property?
Guide to Rental Property Management
Gain a basic understanding of key landlord responsibilities, property marketing tactics and areas of the law to effectively manage your rental.
Should I Turn My Home Into a Rental Property?
Moving is always stressful, regardless of the reason you must do it. Whether you are facing a layoff and are in search of a new job opportunity, wish to move closer to family, or are
Should Landlords Allow Dogs in Rental Properties?
I got a call on Sunday from my favourite tenant. She’s been living in one of my investment properties for nearly four years, and has been nothing but a pleasu
10 Rental Property Red Flags You Should Never Ignore
A single fatal flaw can turn a seemingly solid rental into a cash pit. Not all of these red flags are deal breakers—but each should be weighed carefully.
The 4 Main Risks of Owning Rental Properties (& How to Mitigate Them!)
Investing in anything, including real estate, inherently has risks. But don't let those risks paralyze you. Instead, learn about them -- and mitigate them.
Securing a Rental Property: Tips to Keep Your Investment Safe
Besides interviewing potential tenants, collecting the monthly rent, and tending to necessary repairs, one of the most important landlord’s tasks is to keep the tenants, everyone’s belongings, and the property itself safe. In this line of business, reputation is a crucial element of success which means that if you don’t do anything about making your tenants feel …
Beginners advice on protecting rental property
Q: What is needed in landlord insurance? My husband and I have become accidental landlords due to me not wanting to sell my family home after my father's passing. We do not have any furniture in the...
Why It's a Good Time to Own Rental Property
With a record number of Americans renting, owning a rental property has never been more desirable.