Landlords

  1. Landlord vs. REITs: Pros and Cons

    Becoming a landlord and buying REIT shares are two ways to invest in real estate. ...
  2. Has Rising Rent in Big Cities Peaked?

    Learn how the interplay of supply and demand factors in coming years are to influence ...
  3. The Pros and Cons of Using Airbnb

    Here, we look at Airbnb - what it is, how it works, and the pros and cons of using ...
  4. Top 10 Features of a Profitable Rental Property

    Looking to purchase a rental property? These are the factors that should be considered ...
  5. Buying Your First Investment Property? Top 1 ...

    Check this list if you are thinking of making a purchase and becoming a landlord.
  6. Millennials Guide: How To Read a Lease

    Everything you need to know before you rent a home.
  1. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord

    Being a landlord can be a fulfilling and financially rewarding experience. However, ...
  1. What do real estate investors look for in a property?

    Profit from real estate investments by either flipping homes or becoming a landlord. Learn best practices for a successful ...
  2. Why might landlords require renters insurance?

    Learn why landlords may require tenants have renters insurance, and find out what type of coverage landlords can request ...
  3. What is the process for a building owner depreciating leasehold improvements in a ...

    Learn what leasehold improvements are, and the process by which a building owner can depreciate leasehold improvements that ...
  4. What kinds of real estate transactions use triple net (NNN) leases?

    Learn how a net-net-net or triple net lease works and why it is popular in commercial real estate transactions. It is also ...
  1. 5 Rental Red Flags

    Know what to look for before entering into a rental agreement.
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