Find information on buying, managing and selling investment properties. Whether you’re a landlord with multiple units, or just renting out the upstairs of your home, get tips on managing your properties, dealing with tenets, maintenance responsibilities and more. Bright Hub’s investment properties topic explores legal contracts and issues, eviction, rent collection and other aspects of rental property.
Whether you own one or many properties, you can generate a significant cash flow by renting those properties. However, the process is a little more complicated than simply sticking a “For Rent” sign in the front yard. Use these resources, forms and tips to guide you through the process.
Are you tired of having your rental apartments sit vacant or trying to evict non-paying tenants to make room for paying tenants? It could be time to rethink your business model. Consider weekly apartment rentals to reduce your stress and improve the return on your investment. Here’s an easy guide.
Whether you an experienced landlord or are just starting out, these top 10 tips on how to be a good landlord will ensure your tenants not only like you but will recommend you to others seeking out rental options. You’ll also find out where to get landlord/tenant laws for your state.
Real estate agents may not have huge marketing budgets. In fact, even agents who work for more recognized brokers need do some personal marketing to stand out from the competition, so it makes sense to have a few dependable low-cost promotion strategies on-hand.
Making money that translates into paying off bills and generating profits now and for years to come requires more effort and vigilance in today’s economy. Average people are making money and sound investments in spite of the barrage of bad economic news.
With the recession, we have seen short sales and foreclosures abound and investors are taking advantage of lower priced properties. If you’re interested in buying, where is the best place to buy investment property? Jean Scheid offers up some great deal areas.
Potential homeowners may be considering buying multiple family properties for investment purposes. In these instances, it is helpful to understand what grants for investment property may be available to them. Grants are restricted to specific types of homes and may be restricted in some areas.
Have you noticed that interest rates are extremely low, housing prices are in the tank, and the rich are plucking up investment properties like candy? Real estate investing over the Internet is a simple way to pick up the lowest priced homes in some prime areas.
Financial institutions in the U.S. write home equity loans for investment properties but many people use home equity loans on their primary residences to buy investment homes.
Have you ever thought of retiring in your favorite vacation spot and running your own resort? This dream isn’t impossible. The trick is finding an real estate agent that can help you locate the best resort investments and for you to know what to do once you find what you are looking for.