Regular Rental Expenses for First-Time Landlords
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Regular Rental Expenses for First-Time Landlords

Just like your home, a rental property requires upkeep and outgoing expenses like mortgage payments, taxes, insurance, utilities, and regular maintenance. In our post, ‘Is Your Investment Property Rent Ready or Sell Ready? What’s the Difference?’, we mentioned how rental properties require more upkeep due to the increased wear and tear. Certain aspects of the…

Reduce Vacancy by Making Rental Showings Easy as Possible for Prospective Tenants
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Reduce Vacancy by Making Rental Showings Easy as Possible for Prospective Tenants

Time is money. The more time your rental property sits vacant, the less money you will make. That is why we here at Victory Real Estate work hard to fill our vacant units as quickly as possible. One primary way we do this is by making it as easy as possible for potential tenants to…

Rental Property Insurance Coastal Landlords Need for a Busy Hurricane Season – Part 1
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Rental Property Insurance Coastal Landlords Need for a Busy Hurricane Season – Part 1

​The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30 In the wake of last year’s hurricane Matthew, now is a great time for rental investors to review their insurance coverage before it’s too late. Typical hurricane seasons average 11 named storms. This year they are predicting between 15 to 18 tropical storms and…

Service Animals and Renting – Do You Know the Laws?
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Service Animals and Renting – Do You Know the Laws?

​In a previous blog article, we discussed the benefits of accepting renters that own pets. Today we are going to look into the matter a little deeper. What about renting to tenants that have service animals? If you, as the landlord, have decided that you definitely do not want animals in your units, you could…

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