4 Mistakes To Avoid When Hiring A Property Manager
31 July 2018
Hiring a property manager can be one of the best decisions you make as a landlord. Whether you own a single-family rental home or a large apartment complex, having a property management company can be a great way to free up some of your own time, reduce your workload, and still make sure your properties and tenants are well taken care of. Before you hire a property manager for your rental, however, there are some common mistakes you'll want to avoid.
Planning To Build A Granny Flat On Your Property? Here's What You Need To Know
27 October 2017
Granny fats are basically single-level structures that are small in size but big enough to house an individual. These housing units are most often built on privately-owned residential lots by homeowners creating a place for their elderly loved one, but they have also evolved into a prospective rental investment opportunity. Whether you are building a granny flat for a relative to live in or you are building the flat to make a little extra income off of your property, there are a few things you should consider before taking the leap.
5 Reasons To Work With A Real Estate Agent When Looking For A New Home
19 October 2017
If you're looking for a new home, you likely want to make the home-buying and search process as easy as possible. There are many great homes out there waiting to be bought. If you're just getting started with your search, it's a good idea to hire a real estate agent to help you. This can make things a lot less stressful. Keep reading to better understand the reasons as to why you should work with a real estate agent when looking for a new home.
When A Tiny Home Is The Smarter Choice
13 October 2017
The mini-mansion trend has shifted in a big way, going all the way in the other direction, toward tiny homes. Most everyone now has heard about this way of choosing smaller, tidier abodes that are entirely mobile, and you may have seen some of the amazingly clever uses of space these little living spaces provide. If you're looking at homes for sale, you might want to consider a tiny home. Read on to find out why.