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10 May 7 Questions to Ask Yourself about Property Rental Profitability

A rental property can be a great investment, providing a stable, sustainable way to receive monthly income and grow your wealth. However, it is important to invest wisely to get a return on your money.   Not all properties are made equal, and some are much better than others. The factors that can affect the financial success of a rental property are complex, requiring a thorough knowledge of the industry, the geographic area, and your own capabilities as an investor. If you are seeking to expand your portfolio, drive passive income, and successfully support your business ventures, adequate due diligence is extremely...

05 Oct 8 Reasons Why You Should Upgrade Your Rental Units

The types of properties you hold in your portfolio as a real estate investor are very important. In addition to appreciating in value and adding to the diversification of your holdings, a rental property has the ability to generate income in real time, putting cash back in your pocket.   However, serving as a landlord is quite different than simply owning property. Maintenance, responding to renter requests, and occasional upgrades necessitate time, money, and attention, requiring significant effort on your part. Even if you outsource the day-to-day management to a third party, there's still plenty to do as the property owner.   The thought...

07 Jul 5 Cities with the Biggest Rent Hikes

Many people today rent their homes, either because they cannot qualify for a mortgage or because they choose to rent (whether it’s until they save for a long-term purchase or because they prefer not to make the long-term commitment of a house purchase). While there are some perks that come with renting a home, there are also some drawbacks as well. One of those drawbacks is that you cannot always control what you are going to be paying in rent.   Rental prices can go up at any point in time. In fact, it isn't necessarily about whether your rent is going...