Property investors must watch values closely to make sure they don’t suddenly drop. These tips can help you see the signs you may lose money.
When a neighborhood declines, residential real estate investors may need to reassess their strategy.
Should you use your IRA to fund your next real estate investment?
Tenant-occupied houses are a tough sell on the real estate market, but difficulties and disasters during showings can be avoided: Offer incentives to keep the home presentable.
No landlord enjoys the chore of chasing down rent payments; that’s why so many of them swear by online rent payment systems to keep tenant payments in check—and on time
Beachfront properties are popular with investors, but there are a few issues that can drive down the value. Here’s what you should know.
Rental property owners can take simple steps to make their properties more attractive to today’s renters.
Take a cue from the best designers to stage your next fix and flip property for a fast sale.
Make your apartments more enticing with these affordable improvements to attract middle-income renters.