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Wednesday, June 21, 2023

Types of Rental Property Inspections and Why You Need Them
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It's estimated that there are between 10 million and 11 million landlords in the United States. Although owning a rental property can be a great way to generate passive income, there are certain obligations that come with it. Rental property inspections are some of the most important, and this is a responsibility that you simply cann...

Wednesday, June 7, 2023

Accidental Landlords: What to Do if You Become One in Texas
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In the US, homes now cost over $350,000. For many, rising home prices have been a great investment opportunity.Sometimes, though, people find themselves owning properties that they didn’t purchase on their own. Those in Fort Worth, Texas, have a number of guidelines to consider if they become accidental landlords. We've compile...

Wednesday, May 24, 2023

How to Be a Good Landlord: The Essential Qualities
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More people choose to buy a rental property as a way to supplement their income. 43% of those under 40 are deciding to become "rentvestors." Being a rentvestor is where the landlord continues to rent the home they're living in, while bringing in additional income from their investment property.Whether you're new to being...

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

How Can You Conduct a Tenant Background Check?
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Nearly one-third of American adults have a criminal record. This can make it challenging to find great tenants for your rental property.If you want reliable tenants who will make other tenants and neighbors feel safe, running a background check during the rental application process can be worth the effort. A background check can help veri...

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Rent Collection: What to Do If Your Tenants Don't Pay
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Evictions in Fort Worth are returning to pre-pandemic levels. If your usual rent collection isn't working, you can take action. You may be able to avoid expensive and time-consuming evictions.Learn more about how to handle unpaid rent and what to do when eviction is the only option.Verify that the Rent is Actually LateBefore you start...

Tuesday, April 11, 2023

The Importance of Tenant Screening in Fort Worth, TX
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Around 1.3 million people rent apartments in the Fort Worth area. While the demand for rental units is high, it can be challenging to find the best tenants in the area. Renting out your rental property to a bad tenant can result in headaches and added costs for you.Having a thorough tenant screening process is key. Avoid issues arising fr...

Tuesday, March 7, 2023

A Guide to Spring Property Maintenance for Texas Landlords
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It's estimated that every square foot of a home costs $1 in maintenance each year. This may not seem like a lot, but it can add up fast for Texas landlords.Property maintenance is very important for Texas landlords every spring. This is the time of year when you need to check for any damage from winter.There are all kinds of things th...

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

How to Write a Lease: The Basics Explained
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A standard rental property lease lasts for one year. However, the information contained in a lease varies drastically from landlord to landlord.As a landlord, you must understand the importance of the information you place in your lease. After all, your lease protects you legally and financially.Unfortunately, many landlords don't kno...

Tuesday, February 7, 2023

What Are the Benefits of Investing in Texas Real Estate?
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Texas has always been a thriving place to live, but as of 2023, it's the 3rd best place to live in the United States. Thanks to the emerging technology industry in Dallas-Fort Worth, more people are looking to snatch a house in this area. You can find a job nearly twice as high as the national average in Texas.So, Texas real estate is...

Wednesday, January 18, 2023

Essential Accounting Tips for Real Estate Investors
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A recent survey found more than 80 percent of small businesses fail because of poor accounting practices. It's essential to have a good accounting guide in place so that you can keep track of expenses, receipts, and rental income. Good accounting can protect your real estate investment.Accounting tips for real estate investors should ...

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