Recession-Proof Your Rental Property

Recession-Proof Your Rental Property

Talk of a recession can bring increased anxiety. As a landlord, you probably have two major concerns. First, you may be worried about the loss of income should your tenants lose their job and be unable to pay their rent. Second, you might be worried about having empty...
When Should You Buy Your First Rental Property?

When Should You Buy Your First Rental Property?

One sure sign that you’re now an adult is when you actually take the advice to invest your money seriously. Bank account? Check. 401k? Check. Cryptocurrency that sounded great at first and is now drilling new ground floors every day? Check. But what about buying your...
Tips for Reducing Your Energy Use This Summer

Tips for Reducing Your Energy Use This Summer

With the summer heat finally making an appearance, it also brings increasing electrical bills. But, with some simple changes around your home, you can beat the heat, reduce your energy usage, lower your bills, and enjoy the sunny weather.  Temperature Control There’s...
What is the Cash for Keys Option?

What is the Cash for Keys Option?

If you’ve been renting out a property for a while, you may have found yourself in the uncomfortable position of evicting a tenant. Failure to pay rent, unauthorized subletting, and illegal activity on property are the most common reasons for pursuing eviction....
What Happens When Property Damage Exceeds the Security Deposit

What Happens When Property Damage Exceeds the Security Deposit

Landlords know the importance of collecting a security deposit as insurance against property damage left behind by a tenant. But what happens when the damage is so extensive that the cost goes beyond the security deposit? Are landlords stuck with the extra cost? Not...