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Leasing Your New Place as a Stepping Stone Toward Home Ownership

Thursday, February 13, 2020 - 12:00AM

After graduating from high school, a technical college, university or graduate program, you likely feel excited about getting your own pad as an independent career person. Leasing a new place is a good first step toward eventually owning. Unless you have generous and wealthy parents, few people have a high enough credit score or the down payment money needed to buy a home just out of school. When you find a home with the help of a reputable property management company, you don’t need to worry about maintenance. Also, it’s simple to make your monthly payments on-line or discuss any complaints about neighbors. Making your rental payment on time every month helps build your credit history while teaching you good money skills. Also, leasing your new places is a practice run at home ownership. In some situations, you will find it’s better to continue to rent versus buying. Leasing gives you greater flexibility. According to an article by Metro.com, some experts call millennials part of “generation rent.”

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Topics: rent versus buying, investment property, homes to rent in San Diego

Property Managers: More Tips to Find the Right Property to Buy

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 - 10:59AM

Once property managers decide to invest in rental properties, they need to find the right one. This is not the easiest thing to do and can take some time. However, it will be worth it to find the right property at the right price. Property managers will be spending plenty of time here to make sure that they really like it and see themselves taking care of it for many years.

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Topics: Property Management, Rental Tips, investing in a rental, Rental Management, manager for rental property, Property Managers, investment property, investment properties, rental property owners, rental upgrades

5 Reasons to Hire a Property Manager for Your Investment Properties

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 - 04:00PM

After a certain point of financial stability and success, most people begin to consider ways to invest or make more money with what they have. Some turn to stocks, high-interest saving accounts, or risk it all in an attempt to start their own business. However, many people find themselves in the natural position of owning investment property. This often occurs simply by buying a home earlier in life, then buying a better one later on without selling the first. With a renting family in the now-secondary property, this creates a reliable and mostly hassle-free form of income that can serve to build up a nest egg and be used to buy additional investment properties. Of course, as your holdings increase, so too do your duties as a landlord. While it may have seemed OK to manage repairs and maintenance for a single additional property, if you're starting to feel the stress of juggling several tenants and properties, it may be time to hire a property manager.

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Topics: Property Managers, investment property, Real estate investment

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