Landlords, Are You Charging Enough Late Fees?
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Landlords, Are You Charging Enough Late Fees?

Successful landlords are always looking for ways to increase their profit margin. Are you maximizing the income potential from your property? Are you charging late fees? We are going to look at this from two important angles: the amount of late fees and the frequency of late fees. Are You Charging Enough Late Fees? State…

Utility Hub Makes Moving Easier
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Utility Hub Makes Moving Easier

One of the most tedious things about moving is setting up your utilities. For renters or homeowners, its time spent filling out forms, on the phone, and constant back and forth between multiple service providers. But what if there was a faster, easier way to have everything set up in one simple step? Introducing Utility…

Rental Property Do’s & Don’ts for First-Time Landlord
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Rental Property Do’s & Don’ts for First-Time Landlord

Owning a rental property can be an excellent long-term investment that provides long-term equity creation and current cash flow. While there are plenty of benefits that come with investing in real estate, becoming a landlord does come with new responsibilities and challenges. For those first-time landlords, there are various dos and dont’s to follow that…

The Nightmare of Home Warranties for Landlords
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The Nightmare of Home Warranties for Landlords

​More and more single-family homes are being marketed with a home warranty policy. This is the seller’s way of trying to convince the buyer that if something breaks during the first year of ownership, the warranty policy will cover the expense and the buyer will be 100% satisfied. But, in our personal experience, home warranties…

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