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How To Lessen The Chances Of Having ‘Problem Renters’

image by: gwrealestate Being a landlord is quite an interesting position to be in. It pays you quite well, but the risks that you are getting into are also something that should never be taken lightly. One major problem you are prone to encountering once you decide to rent your place out, is dealing with problem tenants. The first major decision a landlord makes …

Buying For Investment

If you are a first time property investor, you may already know that you are in for a treat. Property investments usually turn a clean profit for investors who go far in ensuring that they are picking the right property. The key to property success is picking the perfect home. To help you determine which properties will turn you a good profit in the …

How To Find The Best Neighborhoods For Your Next Real ...

  In buying a real estate property, it’s always about location. And when we say location, it’s not just about what’s currently trending, it’s also about what is yet to trend. Guessing on the next neighborhood or community to trend and buying real estate in there may seem like a risky step, but it may well be worth it in the end. Not only …

Buying A Fixer Upper Property As An Investment / Renta...

  If you are one of the people who are always on the lookout for the next best investment, you have probably already thought about buying a property to rent out. And if you’re one of those who are always into money saving, you may have already thought about buying a fixer upper property. Not everyone can appreciate investment properties that need renovations and …

The Perks Of Investing In Real Estate

  You may have already bought your first home, and you realise, ‘Why not buy another one as a real estate investment?’ But then, you may be caught up with hesitations, thinking that buying for investment may be too big of a commitment and the process may as well be as stressful as any home buying process is. Well, it sure is all those …

Top 10 Safety Precautions a Landlord Should Be Taking ...

Renting out your property is one of the best businesses you can start. However, despite the fact that all you need to do in general is to find a tenant and start earning, it is still a business, which means it comes with lots of responsibilities. One of the biggest responsibilities you have as a landlord is making sure that your tenants are safe. …

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How To Deal With House Fires

  House fires are one of the most unfortunate calamities that could be experienced by any household, which is why fire prevention should never be taken lightly. Fires can break out for so many reasons. It could be caused by faulty electrical wirings, stove related accidents, and even negligence on the part of the home dwellers. If you’re concerned about the safety of your …

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Top 10 safety precautions to protect your tenants

Top 10 safety precautions a Landlord should be taking to protect tenants Renting out your property is one of the best businesses you can start. However, despite the fact that all you need to do in general is to find a tenant and start earning, it is still a business, which means it comes with lots of responsibilities. One of the biggest responsibilities you …

Right to Rent

When you are renting you may feel confused about what your letting agents and landlords are charging you for. Let’s have a look at the legals – make sure you understand them and that you know where to go if you think your landlord is breaching these regulations. “As of 27th May 2015, letting agents must publish full details of their fees and charges …

Leasehold vs Freehold

Leasehold or Freehold? What do they mean and why does it matter? The vast majority of properties out there are either freehold or leasehold. There are also properties where the owner has a share of the freehold. Freehold In this situation, the Freeholder owns the property outright. This will include the land it is built on (including its garden). Houses are generally freehold properties. …

Invest in a House or a Flat

What a question! Everyone will have his or her own theory on this and the ‘right’ answer will only be the ‘right’ answer for them and their situation. Whatever your decision, there is money to be made. Let’s have a look: When starting to consider an investment project, you need to think about: > How long am I looking to invest for? > What …

Money in Property vs Bank

When you have a reasonable amount of money, you may start to consider whether leaving the money in the bank is really the best place for it to be. One of the other options is to invest your money in property. Consider: • What is your financial situation now? • What are your financial goals? Financial situation now It is a great idea (if …

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