If you’re seeking a property management company in Atlanta, GA, you have no shortage of options. However, trusting a stranger to manage one of your biggest investments can be a daunting task. Many property management companies offer roughly the same services at a range of prices, and the price doesn’t always reflect the value of services. A good property manager should be able to minimize expenses while saving the investor time and resources. Other than knowing the best restaurants around the Marietta Square, what questions can you ask to ensure a property manager has your best interest in mind? Read more
Appfolio has posted this useful infographic on some facts about Millennials and their living and renting habits. If you’re marketing a rental property, this is definitely worth worth a read. Millennials currently make up a large portion of the rental market. Here are 10 things you need to know about the Millennial Renter.
Rental income properties can be great investments. At this moment, conditions are perfect for investing due to low interest rates and the availability of affordable properties. Whether you’re considering purchasing your first rental property, or you’re adding to your portfolio, your first question should always be, Can I afford to own and maintain this property? Even the best landlords in the world have to plan for the unexpected. Otherwise, you can quickly find yourself upside-down and your investment becomes a burden.
So, how much can you expect to pay from year to year? While there’s no magic formula, here are some general guidelines to help you beat the odds.
A property’s landscape is often the first thing prospective tenants notice. A yard in dire straights could be construed as neglectful ownership and drive away potential renters. If your landscaping has been neglected, spring is the perfect time to create some rent appeal. (See what we did there?)
PropertyManagementInsider.com provides the following tips on how to get your yard looking great for Spring. Tip #1 helped me – I usually begin my weed treatments once I see them, which is too late. In Georgia, you should begin applying a pre-emergent in February to nock out the roots of weeds before they become a problem. Read more