Real estate investment is scary. Ok, not really, but that's where the blog comes in. An inside look at investing, property management, landlording, and avoiding the not-so-fun stuff like, say, getting sued.
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Just about every property manager has learned all too clearly that almost all renters start out with an A grade, but soon enough start to relax their overall performance. Often the rent money will get later and later and the state of their property gets a lot far more shabby. What exactly might a...
1) Invest some time. If you are screening to be able to occupy a vacancy, or even a possible one, you'll want to don't rush. The primary bits of information and facts you will require will be the rental record, history of employment, credit score, personal references, in addition to, maybe, a po...