Property Management Blog

We know we have a lot of experience to share, and we want to tell Orlando investors and Central Florida landlords everything they need to know to be successful.

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Looking to Rent Your Property? How to Pick the Right Neighborhood

There are many different ways to invest in real estate. For instance, rather than selling a current property, you may choose to rent it out—especially if you own it free and clear. If you don’t own a home that you want to rent, however, finding one can be a challenge. Many variables weigh into whether …
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Competing Against Multiple Offers on a Home? Try These 5 Home Buyer Tips

In hot housing markets like Central Florida, bidding wars are becoming more and more common. When there’s a high demand and a lack of supply, buyers are forced to compete against each other for their dream homes. When a home has multiple offers, buyers need to do all they can to appeal to the seller …
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4 Reasons Why Real Estate is a Solid Investment

With any investment, there will be risks. You have to weigh the good vs. the bad, and make sure you have a back up plan if things go south. But, if you have everything lined up and in order, making a real estate investment can be a smart move. Keep in mind that it requires …
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Can I Afford to Buy Rental Property?

Time and again you hear financial advisors extolling the virtues of investing in real estate. It provides reasonably passive income and helps you build your personal wealth. Certainly, investment properties serve as a cornerstone in our portfolios, and we encourage others to do the same. But buying rental property becomes a very different experience than …
Clean and renovated Rental property

Help! My Property Isn’t Show Ready

You have a vacant property. Maybe you just bought the home with the intention to rent it out. Maybe your former tenants moved out recently. Or maybe you plan to turn your home into a rental.  It looks a little worn down and isn’t something you’d be proud to post pictures of on a rental …
Construction of Real Estate Investments

Rehab Your Rental without Stress

Congratulations! You’ve just bought a new piece of real estate investment. You know there’s some serious work you’ll need to do before renting it out; the home was a serious bargain.  You might not even know everything that needs rehabbing yet. But just the thought of having to go through multiple contractor headaches is starting …
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Buying Investment Property 101

Thinking about getting into real estate investment, but not sure it’s right for you? You’ve certainly heard horror stories about owners of rental properties. Maybe they have you spooked. But getting expert advice along the way can help you avoid repeating the same mistakes as others.  Feel like you could use a buying investment property …
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What to Know About Investing in A Rehab Property

Rehab properties are becoming increasingly popular because they can be a smart financial investment. Income properties provide owners with a steady, passive revenue stream, build up equity over time, and support financial freedom. If you can buy a property at a low price and add value to it through rehab and repairs, then you can …
Never list your rental properties on Craigslist

Do NOT List Your Rental Properties on Craigslist. Ever!

We love Craigslist and other free listing sites…for selling couches and dishes, that is. But even then, many people have found themselves on the short end of a raw deal made through the online swap meet.  Scams abound on virtual flea markets even with rental properties. We often hear people ask, “Can I rent my …
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Want to Sell a House? Discover 7 Factors to Consider First

We’ve been told for decades that owning real estate is one of the safest ways to produce investment funds. However, hanging onto a specific property may not be the best option for your overall portfolio. In the famous words of Kenny Rogers, how do you “know when to hold” or “know when to walk away …