What is a Delaware Statutory Trust and Why Are So Many Real Estate Investors Interested in Them? | Matt McFarland &Thomas Wall

We recently attended an apartment owners tradeshow and were surprised to hear many experienced investment property owners ask us the same questions throughout the afternoon. That’s why we thought it might be a good idea to write about what exactly were the three most commonly asked questions we heard during that conference that relate to…

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Security Deposit Itemizations and Rent Payment Applications

Landlords are still required to provide an itemization of deductions made to the security deposit to their former tenants within 21 days after the tenant vacates. Even with all of the COVID moratorium laws and rent deferments, landlords’ obligations to provide itemizations have not been waived. In fact, in February 2021, the State Legislature enacted…

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Renting Out the Neighborhood – 101 Zip Codes Switch from Homeowner to Renter Majority By Andrea Neculae

The American dream of homeownership has been rehashed throughout the past decade, with more households renting than at any point in the last 55 years. Although renting was previously considered an alternative brought on solely by circumstances, one-third of this decade’s renters now say that it’s a matter of choice. In fact, according to our previous study, a diverse set…

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How to Hire a Winning Team in Property Management By David Crown

There’s an old sports adage that “your team is only as good as its weakest player.” This wisdom can be applied to any industry, but I’ve found it especially true of property management.  Successful property management requires a joining of professionals with vastly different skill sets all working toward the same goal: maximizing the quality…

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