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3 Strategies for Managing Rental Properties
This excellent article breaks down both different managing rental property strategies and various options of outsourcing your management!

Top Ten Tips for Landlords
Here are 10 quick tips on how to be a great landlord. Let us help you be a great landlord and take care of some of these responsibilities for you!

When Should a Landlord Hire a Property Management Company?
When is the prime time to hire a property manager? We would say all the time! But check out this article that analyses when the best time to hire a property manager is.

How Hard is it to Manage Rental Properties Without a Property Manager?
Check out this blog by Mark Ferguson! Ferguson had both managed properties on this own and outsourced his rentals. He offers an insightful look into the differences between managing properties yourself and letting us manage them for you!

Single Family vs Multi Family: Picking a Smarter Investment
Single family or multi-family? Both or only 1? Which is better? This article will break everything down for you!

The Rookie's Guide to Multifamily Real Estate Investing
Everyone starts somewhere! Than Merrill is an excellent investor and in this article, he goes through a complete guide to investing in multi-families for rookies.

15 Property Management Tips for Entrepreneurs Seeking a Passive Income from Real Estate
"10. Be realistic about your pricing:

One of the biggest mistakes that home owners, and sometimes even property managers, make when renting out a home is to set the pricing too high. Be realistic about your approach here."

What I Wish I Knew Before Buying Rental Property
Don't make mistakes in your investing that are avoidable. Holly Johnson, a property owner for over a decade, shares what she wishes she knew before you dove into real estate investing.


10 Tips for Landlords and Rental Property Owners
"4. Get Everything in Writing:

For each tenant, you should have a completed application, including references, employers, contact information, and nearest relative. You should also have a signed agreement spelling out the terms of the lease."

Before You Buy That First Multifamily Building: Managing Property Management
Investing in real estate is exciting! But make sure you have all your ducks in a row. Something that is important to consider before purchasing real estate is whether to hire a property manager or not.