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Property Managers Are Tenant Managers Too

So, you own a property maybe as an investment property or maybe you fall into that category of an accidental landlord? Either way you are considering professional property management and evaluating the pros and cons. Lets take a deeper dive into that an unveil what many owners forget to consider. 

Property managers do not just manage a property; they manage the tenant as well. These invol...

Tampa Growth

Florida has long been recognized as the entertainment and retirement capital of the United States. Tampa has been a consistently growing market for jobs, beautiful beaches, and local history. The investor market has also played a huge part in the growth of Tampa Bay. Large corporations tend to love the location in central Florida to attract top notch employees. So how do this translate to housing?

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The Property Management Guide to Repositioning A Property

So, you are looking to buy an investment property, or you have already bought one. Now comes the time to “manage” it. A lot can go into this in the short term as well as the long term. You will hear terms like “proforma” and “below market” rental rates but what does that all really mean? Is it just some fancy sales language or is there truly a meaning behind them? The sho...

Are Single Family Homes The New Cash Flow King?

Investing in rental properties is a great way to build your wealth. When evaluating options and doing research you will see there are two distinct paths to achieve this. The first is the multifamily market consisting of 2+ units.  The second is the single-family market. Both have their advantages and the choice really depends the goals of the investor. Typically, all the research you perform will direc...

Professional Management and Maintenance

So, you have a rental property. Maybe you are interested in purchasing a rental property for passive income or long-term investment. Whatever the case may be you will need to inform yourself on how to maintain the property and how professional management will partner with you on this. 

If you already own a property and you are self-managing this may be the hardest part of turning yo...

How Coronavirus Affected Real Estate

The year 2020 will be forever remembered as the year the world stopped. Most of us only dreamed of an event like this that would cripple the world seemingly overnight. Coming into the year the economy was booming, unemployment was at historic lows, and our economy appeared invincible. This all came to a screeching halt in a matter of 30 days. The year 2020 is now owned by COVID-19. Quickly, our entire...

3 Things To Know Before Buying A Multifamily Property

Buying a multifamily property is a large investment and can be overwhelming for many first-time investors. Being a larger property intended to encompass two or more families, multifamily properties can be more stressful as they are more expensive and require more work than single family homes. Being that multifamily homes can be difficult to self-manage, many first-time investors stray...

3 Items to Include in Your Lease Agreement

Leases are legally binding contracts that protect tenants and landlords in the event of disputes. These documents are packed with business details outlining the delegation of responsibilities throughout the duration of time the tenant remains in the property. While leases can be drafted by a variety of authors, the following 3 areas have been evaluated by leasing specialists to be the most...

3 Risks of Investing in AirBnB’s

Airbnb Inc.  was founded in 2008 to serve as a feasible substitution to traditional hotel fares. This company provides a platform for home owners or investors to offer temporary housing to travelers by leasing a single room or the entire property for any duration of time. While Airbnb’s have proven to be a profitable method of revenue for many hosts, predicted market trends ...

What Renovations Generate The Most Revenue For Your Home

Home renovations are a popular method of restoring life to a property.  This can involve replacing and remodeling broken, damaged or outdated areas of your home.  Performing these updates can improve the overall aesthetic of your home and increase the curb appeal. While you may have an area of your home you can’t wait to remodel, the following improvements have been rep...


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