Just Looking in the Local Newspaper Classifieds for a Rental Rate Prospective tenants have many ways to check comparable rental rates besides the newspaper – local property managers, Realtors or the internet listings. Property owners renting their own property need to check these sources in addition to the newspaper. Local Realtors can provide a list…
Welcome to the New Year. We said farewell to 2015, which we greeted we optimism. But along the way, our small businesses continued to be pummeled by successive legislative assaults from our elected officials. The bright spots came from our show of force and determination at several
Rental housing crime studies have repeatedly shown that moderate to high-crime problems can usually be traced back to a small percentage of residents. Those causing the crime problems are often the acquaintances, ex-spouses, or boyfriends of a legal resident who decided to move in without your permission.
Don’t Trust the Government to Take Care of You – By Dr. David Eifrig, Editor, Retirement Millionaire Daily
This year… for only the third time in the last 40 years… the government will not be increasing your Social Security payments. It also won’t raise its payments to disabled veterans and federal retirees. Worse… All three of these non-raises have come since 2010. Just take a look at the following chart… Notice a trend?
Yet another bizarre decision against a property owner has been issued by the Housing Court [in New York].
If you ask anyone involved in marketing what the most desirable audience is to market to, and they will most likely say Millennials. That’s because this generation is gigantic (75.3 million – Pew Research), and they are very tapped into marketing and its channels.
Tax time is here again and you should be aware that rental income isn’t the only way to make money when you rent a property. There are many incentives and tax advantages given to rental owners that entitle you to larger profits. Some of these money saving advantages are available monthly, and some of which…
In seminars across the country this year, I’ve been making a point of challenging all attendees with a simple Fair Housing quiz. Q: If several applicants approached you to rent a home and all chose to go through your application process, who would you select?
Hello everybody. It has been many years since I have written about the remedies available to a buyer when the seller of an apartment building backs out of the transaction or refuses to close the escrow. So now would be a good time to review and update the rights a buyer has.