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Blog Post Your Guide To Investing in Real Estate for Beginners

Your Guide To Investing in Real Estate for Beginners

Have you heard from others that real estate investing is the key to becoming financially free and now you want to jump on the bandwagon? Just be aware that even though real estate investment can be quite lucrative, it is fraught with some dangers and headaches that could be traum... Read More +
Blog Post Read This if You Want To Put Your Rental Unit on the Market

Read This if You Want To Put Your Rental Unit on the Market

When you are looking to sell an old camera or bicycle that you no longer use, how do you go about the process? Well, you first look at the qualities of the item and use those enticing traits to attract buyers. Right?The same thing applies to putting out a rental unit on the marke... Read More +
Blog Post Las Vegas Property Management: 3 Tips for Screening Tenants

Las Vegas Property Management: 3 Tips for Screening Tenants

As of 2021, more than 646,790 people lived in various parts of Las Vegas. If you're working in Las Vegas property management, one of the most important things you need to do is screen the tenants you allow to move into your rental properties.As property managers, not taking t... Read More +
Blog Post 3 Tips for Managing Your Las Vegas Real Estate Portfolio

3 Tips for Managing Your Las Vegas Real Estate Portfolio

Realtor.com reports that the medium price of homes in Las Vegas, NV was $450,000 in June of 2022. Although the cost of these homes may cost may seem too high, they can actually be incredibly lucrative investments. Keep reading to learn three full-proof tips to improve your s... Read More +
Blog Post A Quick Las Vegas Landlord's Guide to Rent Collection

A Quick Las Vegas Landlord's Guide to Rent Collection

The national average rent is over $1,800 per month. And it's for everyone's benefit for payments to be collected on time.As a landlord, late rent can really cost you. It can keep you from paying things like mortgages and taxes on time, and it lets you know that an evictio... Read More +
Blog Post What to Do If a Tenant Skips Out on Rent

What to Do If a Tenant Skips Out on Rent

Around 46% of Americans say they’re struggling with finances; 35% have even resorted to selling items they own, and 31% have borrowed money from family. Unfortunately, as a landlord, that may make rent collection more difficult for you this year. Neither party enters a... Read More +
Blog Post A Guide to the Importance of Tenant Screening

A Guide to the Importance of Tenant Screening

As the inflation crisis grows, screening your tenants is more important than ever. Last August, nearly 6 million renters were behind on their monthly payments. This equates to approximately 15% of all renters in the United States.To keep your revenue stream flowing, it is imperat... Read More +
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