Archive for February 2017

Housing Predictions for 2017

After a surprising year in 2016 marked by attention grabbing events like Trump’s presidential win and Great Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, it finished off with an economy and wages that continued to grow, as well as interest rates that remained low. What does 2017 have in store for the housing market? Some…

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Complaints Tenants Have About Their Landlords

Chances are that having to field phone calls in the middle of the night isn’t exactly what you were thinking about when you decided to rent your home out. Neither is responding graciously to angry emails from your renters. However, both are pretty common occurrences once you begin a landlord-renter relationship. Just like you probably…

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Three Tips for Landlords Who Live Far Away

Renting out your house can be a lucrative business proposition. If you don’t live nearby so that you can keep close tabs on the property, though, you might wonder how to maximize its potential most effectively. These tips can help. 1. Make rent payments automatic Living out of town means that you can’t stop by…

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Four Ways to Connect With Your Renter

Today, Americans are busier than ever before. Between job, school and family responsibilities, few people have a great deal of time for their favorite hobbies — much less connecting with the person who owns the home they’re renting. Forging — and maintaining — those connections with your renter is crucial to a smooth relationship. Here…

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