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5 Ways a Property Management Company Saves You Time And Money

Self-managing your Laurel rental property may sound like a good idea initially. However, what you may not realize when you get into the rental property business is how much work is involved, and how much money needs to go into properly managing every aspect of your tenant’s stay in your investment property. Not understanding the […]

Watch Out For These Hidden Fees When Purchasing Your First Rental Property

If you are looking to invest in a Philadelphia rental property, being prepared beforehand is the best way to go. This is especially true when it comes to the financial side of purchasing a rental property. It is easy to be misled by the initial sales price of a rental property, and even more so […]

6 Ways to Reduce Your Philadelphia Rental Vacancy Rate

If your Philadelphia rental property is vacant, chances are you are not a happy property owner. Vacancies are often the worst thing a property owner has to deal with in the rental property business, next to dealing with a non-paying tenant and an eviction. In order to minimize losing profit, and maintain your status as […]

The Benefits and Risks of Buying an Off-the-Plan Property

Would you invest in a Harford County rental property without first seeing it? If so, you are one of the many property owners that might enjoy the idea of purchasing a not-yet-constructed, brand spanking new rental home. While being the first to purchase a property that has never been lived in can be exciting and […]

Is it a Good Idea to Invest in a Fixer-Upper Rental Property?

Deciding which Howard County rental property to invest in takes a lot of consideration. The purchase price, location, nearby amenities, and curb appeal are just some of the things to think about. But have you ever considered purchasing a fixer-upper rental property? People love to buy fixer-upper rental properties in Howard County and there are […]

How Many Properties Should You Buy and Manage as a Montgomery County Landlord?

Rental properties are a great way to invest your money and supplement your income. This is especially true if you are investing in the Montgomery County area. With plenty of properties to choose from in a quickly-growing region with lots of appealing amenities, owning rental property in Montgomery County will provide you a steady cash […]

Should I Buy a Low-Income Rental Property in a Rough Neighborhood?

When people look for a rental property to live in, they might first look for a “nice” neighborhood. In fact, you’ll probably never come across someone who says, “I want to live in the roughest neighborhood in the area!” As a result, you might feel that purchasing a rental property in a not-so-nice neighborhood is […]

The Financial Ups and Downs of Owning Rental Properties

Owning rental properties in the greater Baltimore area of Harford County has its definite advantages.  With its perfect blend of beautiful landscapes, exciting city life, historical monuments, and plenty of entertainment options, it would seem this would be the perfect place to reap rental property benefits. However, owning rental property, regardless of its location, has […]

The Top 10 Features of a Good Rental Investment

Today more than ever ordinary people are looking to invest in residential real estate as a way to build their wealth and hopefully secure their future. It is a known fact that owning a rental property is a great way to diversify your assets and create a steady stream of incoming cash. The problem is, […]

What to Look for When Investing in Rental Properties

What to Look for When Investing in Rental Properties

So you are thinking about investing in rental properties but not exactly sure where to begin. What makes a great rental property anyway? Finding the right investment property can be overwhelming, especially for first-time landlords. Buying an investment property in Maryland is not the same as flipping a house or even buying a home. While […]