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  • Golden Property Management Tips: 3 Best Practices For Leasing Managers


    It can be difficult to fill your property up with tenants. This is particularly true with smaller properties that have smaller budgets compared to larger companies out there with much more significant marketing budgets. So, when you're already behind, how can you get yourself side-by-side with the rest of the competitors so that you can give them a run for their money? Here are a few ideas that don't require a lot of money but have the opportunity to pay out substantially in the long run:
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  • Home Shopping? 2 Tips To Help You Get The Most House For Your Money


    If you're in the market for a new home, you want to make sure you get the most house for your money. When you're in the middle of a buyer's market, you can take your time and make sure you get exactly what you want. To get what you want, you need to do your homework. Before you settle on a house, take some time to see what's out there. Here are a couple of things you can do to make sure you get the perfect house.
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  • 4 Reasons Why Your Home Isn't Attracting Buyers


    Trying to sell a house, apartment, or townhome that feels as though it has been sitting on the market forever can be incredibly frustrating. It is normal to wonder what you are doing wrong and why your home isn't selling. Here are some of the more likely reasons why people are not trying to purchase your home. You Are Asking Too Much The unfortunate truth is the current state of the real estate market dictates how much you can sell your home for.
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  • Remodeling Your Luxury Apartments? Consider Including These Features


    If you are the owner of a luxury apartment community and are thinking of remodeling some or all of your units, it is important to put a lot of thought into the features you add during the remodel. The right features will draw in renters who are willing to pay an even higher rate, raising the luxury appeal of your community even further. Here's a look at four features that are currently very sought-after by renters and would therefore be excellent choices for your units.
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  • 4 Reasons To Hire A Property Management Company For Rental Houses


    If you have invested in multiple houses to make a good return by renting them to tenants, you should also hire a property management company. You can actually end up suffering a financial loss if you don't make sure your rental houses are managed in a professional manner. This article explains a few of the advantages that you will have if you allow professionals to manage your rental homes instead of doing it on your own.
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  • Three Things To Do Before Agreeing To Lease A Property


    After graduating from college, there will be certain goals you will have in mind. You will want to find a job and then want to find a place to live. When finding a place of your own, it may be best to lease a home at first so that you can establish your credit for when you want to buy a home later on down the road. If you are interested in leasing a home, use the following guide to learn how to get the best lease possible.
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  • Four Innocent Choices That Can Hurt Your Open House


    If you are hoping to get your home on the market to sell quickly, your open house will be a major part of the process. Even if you are planning on living in your home while selling, it is important to get your space set up in a specific way for the day of your open house. Here are four things that you might not even realize could affect your open house in a negative way.
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  • 3 Things To Take Care Of Before You Start Searching For Your First Apartment


    If you have just graduated college and are getting your first apartment, or if you are moving out of the house for the first time, obtaining your first apartment is a very important task. Here are a few things to take care of before you start searching for your first apartment.  #1 Your Budget One of the most important things you need to take into consideration is your budget. Before you start even looking at apartments, you need to sit down and look at your budget.
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  • 4 Tips For Buying Commercial Property At An Auction


    Some people mistakenly believe that auctions are only for purchasing residential properties. However, more people who are looking to invest in commercial property are turning to auctions. If you are planning to attend a commercial property auction, here are some tips to help you make a wise investment.  Know the Terms and Conditions Before the auction is held, contact the auctioneer and obtain a copy of the terms and conditions associated with making a purchase.
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  • Renting A Home With Young Kids: Often-Overlooked Amenities You'Ll Absolutely Want


    When looking for a house or apartment to live in with your young kids, you need to keep their needs in mind. Of course you'll look for an apartment in a safe neighborhood, near playgrounds, and with enough space for the two of you. But, there are some other amenities that parents often overlook that will serve you and your little ones very well. Non-Carpeted Floors in Some Areas It's nice to have carpeting in the bedrooms, since it gives them a cozy feel.
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