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Friday, May 13, 2022

How to Handle Evictions: A Guide for Landlords
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During the pandemic, there were more than 3 million evictions avoided, but now landlords are looking into the process of evicting tenants now that they're able to do so. If you're unsure of how to handle evictions, you've come to the right place.Here's a brief guide to help you move forward with the eviction process withou...

Tuesday, April 26, 2022

5 Tips to Make Managing Your Investment Property Simple
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More than 40 percent of landlords manage their rental properties. The rest are savvy real estate investors that know the value of their time. They've chosen to outsource the details of property management.Are you looking for ways to simplify how you manage your investment property? Here are some tips to streamline the p...

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

The Pros and Cons of Allowing Pets in a Rental Property
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Did you know that 70% of American families own at least one pet? Dogs and cats make up most of our furry friends, but whether it's a kitten or a snake, these animals are often a part of a family, and families need a place to call home. Keep reading to learn the pros and cons of allowing pets in a rental property.The Pros of Allowing P...

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Real Estate Trends: Why Now Is the Perfect Time to Invest in Fort Worth
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As an avid real estate investor, you're eager to branch out to a new market with your investments. And you specifically have your sights set on Fort Worth in 2022.Smart thinking.Real estate trends show that now is the perfect time to invest in Fort Worth. The city is now the 12th-biggest American city. And part of the reason for this ...

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Texas Rental Laws: What to Know Before Becoming a Landlord
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You've just purchased a property to rent out in Texas, and you can't wait to start generating revenue from it this spring.You're in good company. Research shows that virtually every market in Texas is a good one to invest in, ranging from Fort Worth to Houston and even Austin. So, this spring, expect to be one of many Tex...

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

A Small Investment Can Get You Started as a Landlord
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You might still be a little strapped for cash in the wake of the pandemic. The idea of investing the money you do have might seem a little far-fetched considering you need a lot of money to get started with an investment, right?In reality, buying an investment property doesn't have to be that costly. It's possible to start investi...

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Property Marketing 101: How to Find Applicants for Your Rental Property
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About 36% of households in the U.S. rent out their homes. It is the highest level recorded in the past 50 years.For every landlord in the country, this is good news because it increases the demand for rental property. The bad news is that it also intensifies the competition to attract good tenants.It can be a difficult task to find the ri...

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

What Are the Benefits of Carrying Out a Tenant Background Check?
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A lot of landlords like to take people at their word. You want to trust your tenants and maintain a good relationship. After all, you have a mutually beneficial agreement and a solid relationship is the best for both parties. While it's good to keep things on great terms with tenants, that doesn't mean you shouldn't do yo...

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Property Management Company
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In the United States, renting is so common that 36% of families are renters. If you own property and want to make money off of it, renting it out is a great idea. If you don’t have any experience or if you’re limited on the amount of time you can spend, a property management company can help. These companies are experts i...

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Quick Guide: The 1031 Tax Exchange
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To understand the 1031 tax exchange, you first need an understanding of capital gain. If we consider that an asset can be stocks, bonds, precious metals, jewelry, or real estate. A capital asset is something that's sold for more than its original purchase price, and this surplus is referred to as capital gain. In Forth Worth, Tex...

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