Why Real Estate Investors Should Diversify in Decatur Investments come in all shapes and sizes. The investors who see the most profit, boast a diversified, and intelligently put-together portfolio. In this post, we will explain exactly why you should diversify and what you can do to get started! Why Should Real Estate Investors Diversify? When […]
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Are you thinking about buying your first rental property? Being a landlord can be a challenging experience. There are many things to keep track of, and one mistake can cost you. In our latest post, we have put together a checklist for the process of buying a rental property, the process of screening your tenants, […]
Probate is simply the process of administering a decedent’s estate. Most of us have heard the stories about how long and headache filled the probate process usually is, and we dread it when we actually have to face it. The reality, though, is that done right, the probate process for a house in can be as simple […]
Managing rental properties can be a lot of work! Once you have more than one, it can be tough to keep track of everything. Thankfully, technology is making owning rental properties easier than ever. There are many different types of software out there designed to help you keep it all together. In our latest post, we’ve […]
If you own a rental property, you’ll need to know how to handle and resolve tenant conflicts. You will experience both conflicts with tenants directly, and also have to mediate between tenants if you own a multi-family property. Tension and fighting between neighbors will be stressful for all parties. It pays to be proactive in resolving […]
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