Posts Tagged 'rental property'

Add an Awesome Pool to Your Investment Property

Posted on: June 16, 2011

Categories: Other Articles

Author: buyfixandprofit

Increase your Investment Property Rental Income

This pool adds the extra element to any house.  This will guarantee that your rental home will be rented out fast and will provide maximum rental income.  The pool is not only deep, but can go deeper and deeper. With your perplexed mindset within it you can escape reality. Stylistically, it’s very pleasing to the eye and will be asked upon from any guest who visit your place.

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Unlocking Hidden Secrets of Turn Key Properties

Posted on: April 25, 2011

Categories: Other Articles

Author: buyfixandprofit

Unlocking Hidden Secrets of Turn Key Properties

Turnkey Real Estate Investments are supposed to be headache-free.  Follow these steps to Avoid Choosing a Lemon for a Passive Income Property Investment.

Not all Turn Key Properties are Created Equally

Several real estate investors have fallen into the trap of investing in what appears to be a turn key real estate investment, only to find they are opening Pandora’s box after the deal closes. The seller may have packaged the newly rehabbed property into a neat little investment bundle complete with all the bells and whistles including a tenant who just moved in, a compelling cash flow, and a renovation that appears to be comprehensive. These may sugarcoat defects and potential problems, such as a deteriorating roof, an outdated plumbing system, and a tenant with an unruly lease history. These kinds of hidden issues will eventually bruise your cash… Read the rest

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6 Essential Benefits You Get From Your Turnkey Real Estate Investment

Posted on: April 5, 2011

Categories: Buy

Author: lbuen

6 Essential Benefits You Get From Your Turnkey Real Estate Investment

Turnkey Real Estate – The Ready-To-Drink Investment
Many people would want to invest in real estate, but not all have the time, expertise and patience to be able to successfully pull it off. If you are short on these essential resources necessary to successfully execute the entire process of building or acquiring and fixing, and marketing a property, investing in turnkey real estate may better suit you. Investing in a turnkey property is similar to drinking instant coffee. All you need to do is pour hot water – your funding – stir and enjoy. Developers of turnkey investments have already covered all the details in putting together the property, making it ready for occupancy or, in the investor’s case, ready for business. The whole gamut of developing property, from constructing (or buying a handyman special and rehabbing) to attending

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Section 8 Tenants – 4 Reasons For Landlords To Let Them In

Posted on: January 28, 2011

Categories: Investors, Property Management, Things To Consider

Author: lbuen

Are you walking on eggshells when wooing delinquent tenants to settle their dues lest they might vandalize your rental property? Are you hesitant to acquire and rent out low-cost rental units because you worry about managing problem tenants that commonly rent such houses? You may want to consider taking in Section 8 tenants.

What Are Section 8 Tenants?

These are low-income families who qualify to avail of the Section 8 housing assistance provided by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. They are given Section 8 vouchers as tokens to their entitlement to such subsidy. Many of these Section 8 Tenants are single mothers with children while a handful of them are grandmothers with grandchildren.

Why Accommodate Section 8 Tenants?

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Property Management 101 – Document, Enforce, Love

Posted on: September 12, 2010

Categories: Property Management

Author: buyfixandprofit

Property Management 101 – Document, Enforce, Love

Successful Property Management – It’s in the Planning

The key to successful operation of any property is planning. All property owners need a written plan guiding the day-to-day operation of their buildings. In fact, the actual planning should start prior to purchasing a property. Pre-purchase planning should include deciding in what neighborhood or area you want to buy, what size house or building you want to buy, and what mix of bedroom-size apartments you want. You will also have to decide whether you want to buy a fix-it-upper, a brand new building, or something in between. Additional planning should include how and where to finance your purchase, how much equity you have available and want to invest, and what improvements you want to make upon closing the purchase.

Document and Enforce Landlord Policies

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