We’ve all heard horror stories about bad tenants before, so naturally, it makes us question if we should get into the world of investing ourselves. But having a rental property can come with a lot of benefits. Though becoming a landlord comes with a lot of new responsibilities, especially when it comes to protecting your investment that you’ve worked hard for, you’ll find that coming across bad tenants is much rarer than finding great tenants.
A popular search trend emerged in 2020 and it was all in thanks to the novel Coronavirus pandemic that swept over the world, putting us all on lockdown and wondering what lies ahead for the future.
Investor Lee Strauss explains how owning multiple properties equals multiple income streams for the savvy investor.
For a rent-to-own investment, make sure your property appreciation values are based on proven trends, not on temporary flux, says investor Rachel Oliver.
Investor Kyle Pulis lays out five areas of curb appeal that can be improved to ensure your rental property looks as fresh and inviting as its inside.
Even seasoned investors make small oversights that could cost huge in the end. Lena Guirguis outline the five common mistakes most landlords make.
Amortization has a direct impact on whether or not your income property cash flows, so what is the typical amortization on rental properties?
Realtor and investor Dustin Graham offers his tips on how to transform from a good landlord into a great landlord.
Investor Lee Strauss shares a few tricks of the trade on how to find your next great tenant.
Investor Wayne Weum shares some positive touch points for investors who want to lean into the slowing real estate market.
Investor Marcel Greaux offers his tips for investors on the different lenders to approach to finance your portfolio.
Tax time is not fun, especially if you own multiple properties and have to provide your accountant with income and expense information for each property for the past 12 months.
Perkins Coie is pleased to announce that Devin P. McComb has joined the firm’s Seattle office as a partner in the Real Estate & Land Use practice
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