If you have owned a rental property for some time, you have probably experienced a turnover. A good tenant moves out, a bad tenant moves out, but either way, tenants move out, and when that happens, you have turnover.
Here is a self-checklist for Philadelphia property owners and landlords. Buy answering truthfully to all questions you can determine the “health” of your rental properties and state of the documents that you…
One question we are often askedby our owner-investor clientswhen they own rental real estate is,“if I decide to sell my rental property, can I sell itwith my tenant living in the property?”And…
If you are a landlord you need to make sure that you are taking advantage of the tax deductions that the IRS offers to you. We are going to tell you about…
We talk to clients, and prospective clients every week. And this question often comes up. Should I hire a warranty company? Will that save me money? Will it help me with maintenance?
If you own a rental property, it's only a matter of time before you're going to have to send in a repair person, a vendor, or a third-party service vendor to your property. Maybe it's to fix an appliance, to do work on the HVAC or the furnace.
One question first-time investors ask a lot is about what kind of property should they buy? Should it be a condo, townhome or maybe a single-family home? Which is the better investment?
Real-estate investors are occasionally doubtful when it comes to renting their property furnished or not. Investors want to know whether they can make more money on it, or whether a reason not to rent a furnished property exists.
a property owner; he was going to hire a property management company in Philadelphia to manage his property for him and he brought a great question.
One of the common questions we're asked is how much does property management cost? What do property owners have to pay to hire a property manager? And the quick easy question to that it really depends.