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Blog Post Do I Need A Home Inspection for My Rental Property?

Do I Need A Home Inspection for My Rental Property?

What you can’t see can’t hurt you, right? When it comes to managing your rental property, that is wrong! It is always important to inspect your rental.Getting ahead of an issue before they become a major issue is one of the important aspects to being successful as a p...
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Blog Post How to make sense of property valuations reports

How to make sense of property valuations reports

Lots of real estate agents and real estate tech companies offer home owners market valuation reports, also called market analysis or comparative market analysis.  The reports can be confusing to non-real estate professions so here are some things you should know for how to m...
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Blog Post What you need to ask for when buying a rental property.

What you need to ask for when buying a rental property.

Whether or not you are buying a single-family house, a duplex or a multifamily property there are things you need to address, during the buying process.  These important questions will let you know if you are buying someone else’s problems.  Here is what you need...
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Blog Post How To Rent A Home For The Highest Amount as Quickly as Possible

How To Rent A Home For The Highest Amount as Quickly as Possible

 Are you looking to rent your home for the maximum amount?  How about as quickly as possible?  Well, if you are considering renting then, I am sure you are wanting top dollar and a brief time on the market.  Do you know what the most important aspect to making...
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Blog Post Can A Little Vacancy in My Rental Be a Good Thing?

Can A Little Vacancy in My Rental Be a Good Thing?

The short answer: normal turnover is good, but vacancy should be kept to a minimum.I have managed rental properties in the Tacoma, WA and surrounding areas for over 16 years.  Which has allowed me to see some of the mindsets that can lead an owner down the rabbit hole of los...
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Blog Post How Important is Landscaping when I Sell or Rent a Property?

How Important is Landscaping when I Sell or Rent a Property?

One of the most important things any seller or landlord can do to stand out and make their property more attractive to potential buyers or tenants, is to clean up the yard when prepping the house. The list of things to do to get ready to put a home on the market can be daunting. ...
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Blog Post Why you should be increasing your rents.

Why you should be increasing your rents.

I have managed rental investment properties for over 16 years which has given me the opportunity to speak with thousands of landlords; this has allowed me to see what techniques and mindset lead to being successful [which I define as building wealth through real estate] and the m...
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Blog Post What You Need To Know To Be Mortgage Ready

What You Need To Know To Be Mortgage Ready

 You have decided to buy a home, but you are not sure you know what the next step is.  For most they start by looking for homes online and start “window shopping” in the cyberspace.  This can be a folly for two reasons.  Number one, if you don&rsqu...
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Blog Post What You Need to Know About Spring Cleaning!

What You Need to Know About Spring Cleaning!

Spring time is nearly upon us.  That means it is a wonderful time to bust out the cleaning equipment and get the Spring Cleaning done.  This process is important for the health of your home, and it is also important for your physical health and mental state.  ...
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Blog Post Are the new tax laws beneficial to landlords?

Are the new tax laws beneficial to landlords?

The simple answer is yes.  Keep in mind the ink is still drying on the massive tax overhaul recently enacted into law, and the way tax law works the full implications of the new tax codes will not be fully vetted out for some time.  However, it does appear the landlords...
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