If you want to attract quality tenants and keep your occupancy rates high, you need to first make sure that your property is appealing. After all, an attractive rental property that stands out among all the others in the area has a high chance of getting rented out quickly. As a rental property owner, it’s…

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To successfully manage a rental property, you need to work with your outgoing tenants to prepare for the new ones. You need to ensure the rental property is ready for showings as quickly as possible. A successful investor should address all the key elements that go into getting a property rent ready so that potential…

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  First impressions matter when it comes to renting out a property. Setting a good standard will typically help you attract like-minded tenants who will help you maximize your rental income, but it’s something that is often forgotten by DIY landlords. Generally speaking, the more effort and investment you put into your property, the more…

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Landlords have a duty to declare rental income on their taxes. However, if you’re a newbie, this process can prove to be intimidating. What’s more, you may not be able to know what deductions you qualify for. Increasing your tax savings is now more important than ever considering the events of the past few years….

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The need to be a long-distance landlord can come unexpectedly. Your job may require you to move to another state or you may need to relocate to be closer to family. As a result, you may wonder what to do with your current property.  Instead of risking selling your home in a bad economy, you…

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Tenant complaints are an inevitable element of leasing out your property. Even with the best-maintained property in the neighborhood, there’s always a chance for minor conflicts to arise.  That said there are steps you can take to maintain an amicable atmosphere? Known for their passion for real estate, the team from Evolve Real Estate and…

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Did you become a landlord by design or by default? Either way, following a few simple rules, can help you maximize your income and protect you against potential legal issues. The following are the 8 mistakes you’ll want to avoid as a landlord.  Mistake #1: Not Having a Written Lease Agreement A lease agreement is…

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Similar to any other industry or sector, the property market has its own set of unique terms and acronyms. Understanding the real estate jargon is key if you’re an investor looking to sink their funds into a property. Without an understanding of these terms, it’s easy for an investor to feel overwhelmed.  To help you…

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Interested prospective tenants will want to view your rental property after viewing your rental ad. However, with the effects of Covid-19 still lingering and social distancing becoming the norm, landlords have come up with an even more creative way to showcase their rental property. That is by conducting a virtual property tour! And, even better,…

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