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5 Ways To Keep Your Property Low Maintenance

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If you want to be a successful landlord and investor, your rental property should be easy to maintain. If you want to adapt the property to become low maintenance you will need to prepare quality materials and use simple tricks. We will propose to you 5 ways to make your property...

Should Homeowners Furnish Their Properties Prior Rental?

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Different real estate agencies, including ours, sometimes stage houses with furniture. But is it going to be beneficial for a landlord to rent a furnished property?What is a furnished property for rent?A furnished rental property is a property that is fully equipped with differen...

Why Insurance In The Lease Should Be Required From Renters?

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By requiring property insurance from the tenants you are protecting yourself and them at the same time. But before adding a mandatory insurance policy, it would be necessary to talk to an attorney due to a certain set of laws that vary from state to state. Here are several benefi...

Who Is Responsible For Property Repairs?

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One thing everyone has in common is you either own or rent a property. Another common thing is that property damages appear. Minor damage can usually be handled by the tenants. If the issue is not caused by the actions of the tenants, but from wear and tear, the landlord is usual...

Property Owners' Handbook To Normal Wear & Tear In Rentals

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What is normal wear & tear? At the end of each tenancy, landlords must inspect the property and bring it to its preoccupied state to rent it again. The definition of “normal wear and tear” can vary from state to state. In Florida Law, there are no specifics r...

Pros & Cons of Section 8 Real Estate Investments

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Pros: Secure & reliable rent payments. If a person applies for Section 8 housing and passes the screening, he/she would receive a voucher for 70-100% off of their monthly rent. After a waiting period of 30 to 60 days, you would start receiving rent payments from the gove...

4 Tips For First-Time Home Sellers

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Selling a house is a difficult and major process that should be approached responsibly by any homeowner. Real Estate agents can facilitate the process and give you a more pleasant experience, due to their knowledge of the market, but a home seller should still be informed of the ...

Components Of A Good Offer

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Find your dream house Search the internet, attend open houses and talk with your real estate agent, who will be more than happy to help you house hunt.Figure out possibility based on the property cost Determine if your budget covers the initial payment and make sure to factor in ...

Tips For Moving With Children

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Pack everything when the kids are asleep. Leave a few toys unpacked, and set aside a small box. The kids can play until move-out time, and packing the remaining toys won’t take long.Ask your friends and relatives to watch your kids. Focus all your energy on packin...

Why You Should Not Hide Animals From Your Property Manager

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The purpose of a no-pet policy can be different: other tenants can have an allergy, the landlord’s property insurance doesn’t cover pets, or the landlord just simply is not willing to handle possible wear and tear issues that can appear from your pets. So, even if you...
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