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Archive for the ‘Landlording’ Category


Is Being a Landlord Worthwhile?

If you are a property owner and you are looking for a way to make some extra income, then perhaps you should consider becoming a landlord. As you explore this option and try to decide if it makes sense for you there are going to be a lot of information you will have to evaluate […]

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Landlord – Making Money Vs Greed

Making money from being a landlord is all about earning income constantly while minimising your expenses. Let us talk about earning income first. A property vacant for more than 2% per annum (approximately one week) could be because your asking rent prices the property out of the market. Say your asking weekly rent is $500 […]

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How to Manage Your Properties and Lenders

Real estate investing or managing your property is one of the toughest jobs which call for proficient property managers. If you own some real estate property then it is imperative to manage that property properly moreover it is not an easy task as well. Almost half of the public who have such property often take […]

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Lease to Own or Rent to Own Versus Long Term Buy and Hold

A number of years ago, I read a book that was co-authored by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki. The book was titled “Why We Want You To Be Rich – Two Men – One Message”. If you have not read this book, I encourage you to do so. It provides many insights as to why […]

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Investing in Residential Apartment Complexes – Why It Works for This Economy

It is no secret that the economy is in a slight rut at the moment. Lending is tight right now, and thus investing has become tight as a result. Most people feel property investment right now because of the decreased likelihood that they will sell whatever they buy to invest in. You should not fear […]

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Letting Agents and Tenant Referencing

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Tenant Management – Iron Fist & Velvet Glove

There are a couple of different types of real estate niches that would have you with tenants. One would be long-term buys and holds, in which you buy property and put tenants in them. The other would be when you are buying properties subject-to. I’m going to give you a chance to  learn from my […]

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