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Buyers | Sellers | Property Management
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A leaky roof poses a lot of problems for all landlords. It hinders the attraction of new tenants to rent from you. Even worse, it causes serious damages your property - https://bit.ly/2EdJE3j

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Making money in real estate is the main purpose of any investment property. Because such profit is important, investors need to use thorough and helpful metrics to measure profitability - https://bit.ly/2zJLoNP

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As a landlord, one of the important decisions you have to make is outlining a pet policy for your property and whether you want to have a pet friendly apartment or rental - https://bit.ly/2rjq9Oo

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Knowledge of the basic duties a landlord owes to tenants is one of the first steps in warding off legal issues. The following landlord tips provide an overview of the common legal issues faced by landlords - http://bit.ly/2Qu3ooY

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As a landlord, you need to understand your legal obligations and your tenant’s — and how to deal with the unexpected vacancy. Here are a few steps to help you deal with a broken lease - http://bit.ly/2Qqs8i9

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Which one is generally the better real estate investment? Read on to find out as we discuss a second home vs investment property comparison and contrast - http://bit.ly/2P1l86t

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Rental properties are notorious for experiencing more wear and tear than an average home, which means a rental’s hardwood floors are subject to even more damage - http://bit.ly/2TITdfc

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Deciding to become a landlord is a big step in your life. Renting out a property is a very beneficial thing for you and your family, and the person you’re renting it out to! - http://bit.ly/2QiJNbl

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Real estate is said to have made more millionaires than anything else. For those who have successfully made money in it, it’s not hard to see why - http://bit.ly/2zmtWz1

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As a landlord, “normal wear and tear” is likely your responsibility to fix. That could be from fixing tenant-caused damage—but determining the difference between the two can be challenging. - http://bit.ly/2Ad6qUB
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