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Get Real (Estate): How to Evaluate Potential Income Properties

Do you know the 1% rule?This rule states that when you buy a house as an investment property, you need the rent to be at least 1% of the acquisition price. This includes the price for the home, renovations, and any other costs you have to put in upfront.But what else should you k...
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What Landlords Need to Know About Tenant Background Checks

If you're a landlord, you probably want to avoid risking your real estate property by renting to a criminal. But one in three Americans has a criminal record of some kind. Your new tenant is likely to be a criminal.To keep criminals and other irresponsible individuals out of ...
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Understanding the Benefits of Professional Property Maintenance

There are approximately 19.95 million rental properties in the US, and individual investors own 70% of these properties. With so much potential to grow your rental property business, it's important to remember you can't do it all on your own.If you don't have property...
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What to Know About Eviction Protection in Texas

It's been an eventful few years in the rental market, from the expiration of the CARES Act moratorium to ongoing affordability challenges. And while no one likes to think about eviction, there may come a time when you need to know about the process and eviction protection in ...
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How to Conduct a Rental Analysis

Real estate is regarded as one of the most consistent and safe ways to build wealth. But, if you don’t know what you are doing it can seem impossible to know where to start!There are a few rental markets that are optimal for rental investments and we are here to help you ed...
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Are Lease Renewals a Good Thing? A Landlord's Guide

Over 44 million American households are renters. Offering lease renewals ensures you have a tenant in your investment property without needing to go through all the schlep of doing a new tenant background check. This might sound like the perfect option for all landlords, but keep...
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How to Make Your Investment Property Stand Out

Can you believe that the real estate market is worth over $3.8 trillion in America?From accidental landlords to talented investors and everything in between, owning property can work wonders for your finances. If you want to get the most out of your investment property, there are...
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Portfolio Management: What You Need to Know

Did you know that 53% of all U.S. families owned publicly traded stock in 2019? This percentage was up from 32% in 1989.When people think of investing, they likely have stocks at the top of their minds. Yet, there are other forms of investing that can diversify a portfolio.W...
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Tax Statements and 1099s: Everything You Need to Know

Federal taxes may seem like a longtime feature of American life, but the practice of mandating taxes has only been around since 1909. One common filing involves tax Statements and 1099s.If you are an independent landlord filing this year, you may have 1099-related questions....
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Top Tenant Screening Myths That Landlords Should Know

Any city with large universities is going to have a large percentage of renters. That's why Bryan/College Station is a great place to own rental property.As a landlord, you are likely to see a lot of applicants but not all of them are going to be up to your standards. To avoi...
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