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Investing from Afar: What Every Long-Distance Landlord Needs to Know

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Investing outside your immediate area can pose several benefits. For example, you can find up-and-coming places to purchase rental properties in. Additionally, diversifying your rental portfolio can help you identify profitable markets. However, if you want to buy rental properties from afar, you need to be a long-distance landlord. While there are several benefits, there […]

How to Analyze Short-Term Rental Market Potential in 2022

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Over the past several years, short-term rentals have gained significant popularity among renters and landlords. But is it a bright idea for your next investment venture? It ultimately depends on many factors, like how much time you can commit and how secure you expect your investment to be. That said, the short-term rental market isn’t […]

Common Real Estate Investment Myths That are Holding You Back

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Before you invest, you’ll likely want to perform some research beforehand to learn about the process. While there is plenty of valuable information about investing, there are also some misconceptions. If you’re a first-time investor, you’ll want to learn as much useful information as possible before making an investment decision. Unfortunately, sometimes misinformation holds people […]

7 Tactics for a Better Tenant Retention Rate and Fewer Turnovers

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All landlords aim to keep high-quality tenants in their rentals to minimize vacancies. However, you won’t always find the perfect tenants to stay in your properties long-term. That said, one of the most expensive parts of owning a rental business is tenant turnover. Therefore, landlords work hard to increase their tenant retention rate. If you’re […]

Complete Guide to Section 8 and Housing Vouchers in Washington DC

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All landlords have a goal to rent to tenants that will pay in full and on time. One way to widen your prospective tenant pool is to accept Section 8 tenants. While it may seem worrisome for some landlords, there are several benefits to accepting tenants with a Housing Choice Voucher. After all, in a […]

A Renter’s Guide to Up and Coming Neighborhoods in Philadelphia

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When you’re moving to a new area, it can be difficult to get adjusted right away. If you don’t research the city or surrounding neighborhoods, you might not know what to expect. Additionally, if you’re looking to purchase a rental home in Philadelphia, you’ll likely want to do so in a suitable location where people […]

8 Ways to Collect Rent from Tenants: Which One is Best for You?

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Collecting rent from tenants on time each month is the key to a successful rental business. When you have reliable, high-value tenants, your investment in rental property truly pays off. However, when tenants repeatedly pay late – or not at all – it can create frustration and misunderstandings between landlords and tenants.  Either way, it […]

The Landlord’s Guide to Lease Renewals

Renting out your home offers one of the best opportunities to build a steady cash flow. That is, as long as you find the right tenants for each property. After all, low turnover and vacancy rates are essential to becoming a successful landlord.  Once the perfect tenants are in place, renewing their leases year to […]

How Does Inflation Impact Real Estate Investors and Landlords?

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Due to inflation, many goods and services increase in price, making it difficult for some consumers to get what they need. Even investors and landlords are affected by the rates of inflation. Additionally, the housing supply and demand are part of the inflation impact on real estate. If you’re wondering about inflation and its effects […]

The Pros and Cons of Collecting Last Month’s Rent

Choosing the perfect tenant for your rental property is just one of the many decisions landlords must make before the move in. Most property owners are familiar with charging new tenants the first month’s rent and a security deposit. However, the question remains – should you collect last month’s rent as well? This is something […]