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The Pros and Cons of Including Utilities With Rent

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jun 19, 2018

One of the questions a new landlord must ask themselves is whether they should include utilities with the rent. There are a number of things to consider:

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4 Important Items You Can Negotiate When Making a Real Estate Deal

Posted by Matt Meyer on Tue, Jun 12, 2018

When you're buying property, especially property you want to fix and flip or fix up and rent out, you want to be sure that you're getting the best deal possible. As you sit down to negotiate before writing up that important contract, there are several points to consider--and it's not just about the final price of the property. All of these details are open to negotiation when you're making a real estate deal.

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4 Reasons You Don't Need to See a House Before Buying to Rent

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Jun 05, 2018

Buying a house to rent out is a big decision. You want to make sure that you have the right property for your renters: one that will attract high-quality renters who stick with the property, pay their rent on time, and other key details. That doesn't mean, however, that you need to take a walk through every property before you decide to buy--especially if you're buying in a geographic area removed from the one where you live.

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3 Areas in California to be Cautious of for Fix and Flip Projects

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Apr 24, 2018

It's exciting to flip a home for a profit, but real estate investors avoid potential pitfalls by avoiding cities with a low ROI (return on investment). According to a study by WalletHub, some of the areas to be cautious for 2018 fix and flip projects include San Jose, Los Angeles and Oakland, California. Of course, there are some areas better than others when fixing up a home to sell at a profit with a timeline of one year or so sooner. The study looked at several factors related to home flipping profits: quality of life, cost of renovation, and real estate market potential. San Jose and Oakland ranked as the worst 10 for market potential, while Oakland, San Jose and Los Angeles ranked in the top 10 worst for renovation and remodeling. Some of the negative factors associated with quality of life included crime rate, schools, job growth rate, median salary and family friendliness.

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Three Up and Coming Areas for 2018 Fix and Flip Projects

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Apr 17, 2018

The California real estate market has continued to be one of the top markets in the United States for the past few decades. Even during down times, the top markets in Southern and Northern California continue to thrive. This has made it ideal for people that like to fix and flip older homes. While fix and flip opportunities have provided plenty of earning potential over the past decades, rising housing prices in many of the top areas has made it harder to get into the industry. Fortunately, there are still several great up-and-coming areas in California that provide plenty of opportunity.

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Four of the Best School Districts in California

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Apr 10, 2018

When looking to purchase an investment real estate property, finding an asset that is well located in an area that will continue to see high occupancy and rent increases is very important. One factor that continues to drive real estate values and investment property cash flow are local public-school districts. For those that are looking to invest in the hot California real estate market, there are several locations in particular that continue to have some of the highest-rated school districts in the state and country.

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The Best Ways to Appeal to California Renters

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Apr 03, 2018

Whether you've decided that you want to rent out your investment property for extra income or you're looking for a way to generate income from a fix and flip house that didn't sell as quickly as you'd hoped, you want to make sure that you're taking the right steps to appeal to renters. Ideally, you want your rental property to stand out from the crowd of others so that you can attract the high-quality renters who will help make your venture a success. These tactics will help you appeal to renters in California.

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Four Tips to Renting a Property Without a Property Manager

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Mar 27, 2018

Owning an investment real estate property can be a great investment option as it will help you to earn interim cash flow and long-term equity through value appreciation. In order to maximize your return on investment, it is very important that you are able to keep your property occupied. While many investment property owners choose to hire a property manager to lease the property, the leasing commissions can be very expensive and can cut into cash flow. Fortunately, there are four tips that you can follow to keep your property occupied without the use of a property manager.

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How to Know When it is Time to Sell

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Mar 20, 2018

Owning investment real estate can be a great long-term investment. While investment real estate properties are intended to be long-term investments, there will come a time when you eventually should sell the property. While determining the exact date when you should sell the investment property can be challenging, there are several tips that you can follow that can help you to better determine when it is time to sell the asset.

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5 Things You Learn by Screwing Up a Deal

Posted by Ken Meyer on Tue, Mar 13, 2018

In many cases, you'll learn some of your most important lessons in real estate, not through your successful deals, but through the moments when you mess up. From the lessons you learn as you make mistakes to the lessons you can learn to avoid, check out these things you learn by screwing up a deal.

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