1. What is a Technology Concierge and Will Renters Pay More For It?

    With smart home automation on the rise, it can be easy to start considering if you multifamily property needs to give renters access to all those bells and whistles. Is the ROI on such a thing worth your time and investment? With our property management experience, we specialize in reading market tr…Read More

  2. Investing In Rental Properties: A Guide to Real Estate Income

    It’s widely acknowledged that land is the most valuable resource on this Earth, as no one’s making more of it. In fact, there’s going to be less land as the water starts to reclaim the coasts which means purchasing land is one of the most intelligent ways to invest your money. While there is a…Read More

  3. Choosing A Rental Property Management Company Part 2

    In our previous article, we discussed the criteria you should use when choosing a property management company. Your future property management company should be extremely skilled at what they do. It’s not necessarily about acquiring the low hanging fruits from renters, it’s about making your pro…Read More

  4. Choosing A Rental Property Management Company

    After acquiring an investment real estate rental property, it's a good idea to enlist a rental management company to handle it for you. While the fee they charge is a defining aspect of your choice, you should base your decision on more than the dollar symbol by their name. In fact, when browsing fo…Read More

  5. Rental Property Management for Market-Rate Housing

    Market-rate housing is defined as an apartment that does not have rent restrictions. If you’re a landlord that owns market-rate housing, you’re free to try to rent the space at whatever price you think the market can fetch. Essentially, your units are considered market-rate housing if you're not…Read More

  6. The Importance of Resident Screening

    In The World of Real Estate Investing There are few things more important to the success of your rental property than a qualified renter. Unfortunately, a poorly screened tenant can cost a landlord thousands of dollars in lost rent, damaged property, and eviction costs. Properly Screening Applicants…Read More