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Monthly Archives: July 2022

What are the A, B, C, and D Real Estate Asset Classes?


If you’re a real estate investor, you know how crucial it is to carefully evaluate your investments and diversify your portfolio. Before you settle on one investment property, consider what type of property it is. In addition, investors need to pay attention to real estate classes since each class represents a different level of risk […]

How Biden’s Affordable Housing Action Plan Might Impact Rental Investors


Rising real estate prices are affecting people all across the United States. If you’re a home buyer or an investor, you know how hard it is to buy real estate right now. Everything is extremely expensive, with low supply and high-interest rates. With rising high inflation and no end in sight, something has to give. […]

The Latest Notice Requirements and Landlord-Tenant Laws in Maryland


Owning and renting real estate can be tricky, especially if you don’t know all of the federal, state, and local laws. As such, owners and renters should become familiar with landlord-tenant laws in Maryland. Recently, there have been some changes to the laws. Here’s how the law changed, who it affects, and how to navigate […]

What is the Best and Worst Rent Payment Method for Tenants


When it comes to paying rent, many tenants believe it doesn’t matter how they send the money. As long as the money leaves their bank account, rent is paid. However, that’s not always true. Unfortunately, things can happen, and payments can get lost, leaving someone–either you or your landlord–responsible. If you want to avoid any […]

Cryptocurrency vs. Real Estate: How Blockchain is Changing the Industry


We’ve made several advancements with the continuous evolution of technology, especially in payment processing. We’ve seen the development from cash to card, physical to digital payments, and desktop to mobile transactions. That said, cryptocurrency has made a significant impact on the financial industry. But, what does that mean for real estate investors? Keep reading to […]

Why Landlords Should Report Rent Payments to All 3 Credit Bureaus


Building credit and maintaining a good credit score is an integral part of life. After all, you need good credit to get a mortgage, student loans, car loans, and more. Without a good credit score, it can be difficult to get these things. Luckily, there are several ways you can build credit, including paying rent […]

What the Latest Federal Interest Rate Hike Means for Landlords


In an effort to steady the market currently experiencing an increase in prices of food, gas, and homes, the Federal Reserve increased the interest rate by 0.25% in March of this year. Since then, there have been more increases, resulting in a range of 1.50% to 1.75% increase–and it’s not stopping there. But, what does […]

Biggest Investor Mistakes and Red Flags Landlords Should Never Ignore


Owning rental properties can be a lucrative business plan if managed correctly. After all, being a landlord is no simple task. A ton of time, money, and effort goes into investing in rental properties and remaining successful. However, if you’re a new investor, it can be challenging to recognize the red flags of an investment […]

How to Build Relationships with Investor-Friendly Real Estate Agents


Investing in real estate isn’t as easy as it sounds. After all, you don’t necessarily win a property with just the highest bid. In addition, the team you work with has a major impact on your investments. Building relationships with investor-friendly real estate agents is key to securing successful properties. Keep reading to learn about […]

5 Tips to Stand Out as the Ideal Tenant on Your Rental Application


All landlords want to find and keep quality tenants to occupy their rental units. One of the most important parts of owning a rental is finding tenants that will treat the property as their own. That said, when there are a lot of applicants, finding the ideal tenant is more complicated. However, landlords typically have […]