We’ve written hundreds of articles to help educate rental homeowners, investment property owners, and tenants. Each category below is a link to articles of that topic. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Use the search box in the left sidebar. Or, simply contact us!
Regular maintenance can keep the value of your investment up and, in many aspects, keep the property safer. Preventative maintenance can actually save you money in the long term, as it helps to extend the life of your investment.
It’s important to understand the financial nuances regarding investment real estate. Taxes, deductions, rental income, 1031 exchanges, etc., are all critical aspects of your investment finances. Understanding them is key to being successful with real estate investments.
General, informative bits of content that we feel are important for our tenants and clients to know. Topics range from real estate and licensure to insurance and tips.
Did you know that landlords should carry certain types of insurance coverage on their properties? Did you know that Texas law dictates quantities and types of locks that should be installed? Those laws also dictate locations of smoke detectors. Professional management companies know these things and have your back.
Whether you have one investment property, or 10, or more, you’re an investor. There is a lot of valuable information for you to know. The more you know, the better decisions you can make.
Some information doesn’t always fit into the other categories, that doesn’t mean it’s not useful. Here’s a smattering of miscellaneous articles.
Sometimes we find articles related to area real estate that are beneficial to our clients and/or tenants. We’ll post these articles here.
Many people think property management is easy. Many of those people try to manage their own properties. Unfortunately, there are a lot of rules and laws that could get them into trouble. As a professional management company, we keep on top of these and make sure our clients and tenants are protected.
Quality tenants are one of the keys to our success and we want our tenants to be well-informed. Simply paying rent isn’t where their responsibility stops. They should be helping to take care of the home they’re renting, too. We have a lot of good material for tenants regarding safety, tips, and relocation. When it’s time for them to move, we want that to be as painless as possible.