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Make Rental Property More Rentable
How can you make your rental property more rentable? For most property owners, the top priority is the bottom line. And that is important. Certainly, you are in business to make money. But a small shift in priorities can make your rental property more attractive to renters and increase your bottom line at the same time. Here are five tips to get you on the right track: #1: Be Visible From the very beginning of
Kitchen Maintenance Tips
Need some kitchen maintenance tips? The kitchen is arguably the most used room in a home. Some even call it the “heart” of the home. Everyone seems to congregate there. Keeping it clean and fresh can be challenging. Here are five handy tips to help you keep your kitchen sparkling: 1. Clean the Sink The kitchen sink is probably the most used item in the kitchen. Keeping it clean will make every other kitchen job
Top HOA Violations You Need to Avoid
If you’re renting or buying a home in a community governed by an association, it is important to know the top HOA violations you need to avoid. Moving to a new home is always an exciting adventure. You find the perfect house in the perfect neighborhood. You make plans to make it your own, and dream of the future. However, if that neighborhood comes with a Homeowners Agreement, (HOA), there might be some conditions or
Tax Advantages of Owning a Rental Property
Do you know about the most popular tax advantages of owning a rental property? As it turns out, being a landlord works in your favor come tax season. Sure, buying a home is a considerable investment. But, if you can make money off of that investment, you’ll see an even bigger return when your taxes are due. Don’t forget to ask your tax advisor about these deductions the next time you file. Mortgage Interest If