Property Management Blog

Landlord Resources for the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Landlords, like virtually every other profession, are learning to adjust to the current state of the country. These are unique times, and certainly trying times as well. Aiming to assist landlords, we’ve collected some mater... read more

Best Practices for Finding Quality Contractors

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Landlords across the country can likely agree that finding a good, quality, contractor can be a tall order. Not that managing a home, and everything that goes along with that, aren’t enough. But, if you don’t have a co... read more

Investing 101: Knowing Real Estate/Investment Terms

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Seasoned investors know that the acquisition cost of a property is often justifiable if the ROI and the NOI allow for a positive cash flow, but they also take into consideration vacancy loss and cap rates among other factors; anot... read more

Calculating Prorated Rent

Calculating Prorated Rent
Math: we love it, or we hate it. But don’t make the landlord mistake of allowing something as simple as prorating rent to cause you to inadvertently lose money, or overcharge the tenant. Calculating prorated rent is a skill ... read more

Preparing Vacant Rental Properties for Winter Weather

Preparing Vacant Rental Properties for Winter Weather
Depending on your geographic location, you may have already had your share of winter weather, even snow. Being in the south, West Georgia to be exact, we are just now preparing for our first taste of freezing temperatures for the ... read more

Purchasing Turnkey vs Fixer Upper Properties

Purchasing Turnkey vs Fixer Upper Properties
In a previous blog, we looked at the difference purchasing a more modern investment property vs purchasing an older investment property. In this blog, we will take a similar topic: turnkey properties vs DIY properties.Although tho... read more

Welcome to the O Zone; an Alternative to 1031 Exchanges

Welcome to the O Zone; an Alternative to 1031 Exchanges
Most real estate investors are familiar with 1031 exchanges. In short, it is when an investment property is sold, but rather than paying capital gains taxes on proceeds from the sale, an investor can purchase a similar investment ... read more

Biggest Complaints from Tenants, and How to Handle Them

Biggest Complaints from Tenants, and How to Handle Them
If you own rental property, you’ve likely dealt with tenant complaints; it typically comes with the territory of being a landlord. However, rather than just constantly bumping heads with the tenant, there are more pragmatic ... read more

West Georgia Towns Rank on Top Destinations List

West Georgia Towns Rank on Top Destinations List
A major factor in deciding where to invest in real estate, is figuring out where there is demand. Simple economics, right? Demand for a certain market, or area, can come in many shapes or forms. In this case, the demand for these ... read more
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