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Becoming a Landlord

The following is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest posting policy and then contact me. If you’re thinking of taking the plunge into real estate and becoming a landlord, then there are a few steps you need...
by Modest Money on Jul 2, 2013

Becoming a Landlord: Part 5 – Listing Your Property

Last week I talked about how important finding the right tenant is for your rental property. But how do you attract the right tenant? You’ll want to make sure you represent your property well – and in the right places – in order to get...
by Save Outside the Box on Jun 27, 2013

The Schlitt Law Firm Announces a Settlement for a Slip and Fall on Ice in Manhattan

Today may be a hot day in June, but the Schlitt Law Firm announces a cool settlement for a slip and fall on ice case in Manhattan. Our client, a long-time resident of the East Village, left her apartment almost a full day after a snowstorm ended, but...
by New York Law Thoughts on Jun 24, 2013

Real Estate Market Update

As always, buyer sentiment continues to be heavily influenced by the dual factors of local area market conditions and the overall macroeconomic environment. In major news last week, stock markets around the world plunged along with the value of the A...
by Gold Coast Property Info on Jun 24, 2013

Becoming a Landlord: Part 4 – Finding a Good Tenant

by Save Outside the Box on Jun 20, 2013

Real Estate Market Update

As always, buyer sentiment continues to be heavily influenced by the combination of local area market conditions and the overall macroeconomic environment. Property reports persist in showing a highly segmented market, with extreme variation in activ...
by Gold Coast Property Info on Jun 16, 2013

Get Cheap Renter’s Insurance

Renter’s insurance is sometimes required, and sometimes not; it depends on the landlord’s decision. Whether or not you are required to purchase renter’s insurance, you should consider purchasing renter’s insurance Continue Rea...
by Give Me Cash on Jun 15, 2013

Becoming a Landlord: Part 3 – Multifamily Housing

I made a promise in the first edition of becoming landlord that I would give you the scoop on multifamily housing. If you are at all interested in getting the ball rolling on passive income through investment real estate the eventual question of purc...
by Save Outside the Box on Jun 13, 2013

Public Housing Authority Tags

As Bloggers, we are always thinking of ways of getting good content, news and commentary to our audience efficiently. Since this is a blog about Section 8 and Low Income Housing in Florida, we wanted to use the RSS feeds from the Public Housing Autho...
by Section 8 Miami Florida on Jun 6, 2013

Becoming a Landlord: Part 2 – Live Before You Leap

Last Thursday the first installment in the becoming a landlord series hit your internet shelves. I tackled some of the prep work you are going to need to do if you are considering getting into the landlord game, and, how you should really think long...
by Save Outside the Box on Jun 6, 2013

Building Your Foundation before starting Real Estate Investing

Before You Start…   While holding monthly meetings and giving presentations to the attending audience, one of the more common questions we receive is: “How do I start?”That is a great question!When we started, we jumped right in. We...

Becoming A Landlord: Part 1 – Prep Work

I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that entering the rental property biz has been one of my top 5 financial moves. The next few Thursdays will be devoted to becoming a landlord with pizazz – because who wants to be a boring landlord? I’ll disc...
by Save Outside the Box on May 30, 2013

Underwater Owners Try Landlord Role

Home owners who are still underwater on their mortgage—owing more than what it is currently worth—have emerged as a growing crop of “accidental landlords,” CNBC reports. While home prices are on the rise, about a quarter of all home owners ar...
by GayRealEstate USA on May 28, 2013

Rent To Own Is The Win-Win Scenario

If you are a renter who is tired of paying someone else’s mortgage and want to own your own home, there are many ways to buy a real estate; one Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on May 16, 2013

Real estate Market Update

As always, buyer sentiment is heavily influenced by the combination of local area market conditions and the overall macroeconomic environment. The shock announcement of a further official interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank (RBA) last week was inte...
by Gold Coast Property Info on May 12, 2013

Real estate management

Real estate management firms making life easier Real estate investment can happen for various reasons. You could invest in real estate because you need a house for yourself (that house Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on May 10, 2013

Real Estate Market Update

As always, buyer sentiment continues to be heavily influenced by the combination of local area market conditions and the overall macroeconomic environment. As the May Reserve Bank (RBA) meeting loomed last week, markets became harshly pessimistic abo...
by Gold Coast Property Info on May 7, 2013

Real Estate Market Update

Buyer sentiment continues to be heavily influenced by the combination of local area market conditions and the overall macroeconomic environment. Conflicting media messages were rife last week in the run-up to the Reserve Bank’s (RBA) next meeting o...
by Gold Coast Property Info on Apr 30, 2013

Avoid the 5 Costly Sins of Landlord Insurance

You have made the important decision to become a landlord; whether you own a single rentable building or multiple houses, there are now many points that need careful consideration. You will need to consider what type of letting you will offer, furnis...
by Debt Roundup on Apr 30, 2013

Tenant Troubles: My Landlord Died, Am I About To Lose My Apartment?

Like the unicorn, rent controlled apartments are mythical and fast becoming extinct, especially when they become objects of desire for Twitter-motherfuckers and bubble-headed investors.


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