March 3, 2018

  1. Talk with local brokers. Flying out to potential markets is worth it to make personal relationships with brokers and property managers. Make appointments to talk with the Presidents, Executive VPs, etc. After the meeting make sure to follow up every 10 days even se...

January 24, 2018

It’s that time of year. And boy is it hitting us hard! It is officially flu season. Here are a few tips to keep your tenants healthy.

  1. Frequently Wash Your Hands. This is an easy one and one of the most effective ways of avoiding catching the flu. Unwashed hands are...

January 2, 2018

If the stock market and the new financial craze of crypto coins are proving to be too volatile, investments in multifamily properties are a great alternative. They provide steady portfolio appreciation and generates strong cash flow every month.  Many real estate mogul...

November 18, 2017

When it comes to building your wealth, many of us have a variety of options we would love to try out. For those with a bit of financial fluidity to their name, getting into the world of real estate can sure sound enjoyable. Buy up an old building that needs work, slowl...

August 10, 2017

Property management is a 360 job. Maintaining rental properties requires a constant flow of responsibilities including managing outside vendors for a number of purposes: maintenance, repairs, remodels, etc. Choosing a vendor doesn’t just mean hiring a local handyman. A...

July 12, 2017

Increase Occupancy (Smartly)

Each month you have a vacant unit sitting you lose about 8.3% of the potential yearly revenue from that unit, which means that every month it sets vacant it starts to add up quickly. As soon as you find out that you will be having a vacant u...

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