19 01, 2022

How to Automate Your Income Stream By Setting Up Rent Payments Online

2022-01-12T19:24:24-05:00By |Property Management, Rentals, Tenant Relations|

The Internet can offer multiple advantages to rental real estate investors. Just some of these include the ability to show your vacancies 24/7 (without having to meet every potential tenant in person), as well as allowing applications to be completed and money to be collected for security deposits and monthly rent. In fact, for many [...]

12 01, 2022

How to Generate More Net Income from Your Rental Property

2022-01-06T17:49:18-05:00By |Property Management, Rentals, Tenant Relations|

Without raising the monthly rent! Owning residential rental property can provide you with a steady “passive” income source. But while many real estate investors rely on only the monthly rent as their incoming cash flow and profit producer, there are actually a number of other ways to increase your ultimate bottom line. These include bringing [...]

6 01, 2022

It is Never Too Early in the Year to Prepare for Tax Deductions on Your Investment Property

2022-01-06T17:33:24-05:00By |Advice, Bookkeeping, Property Management, Taxes|

Even though the 2021 holiday season is still barely behind us, spring will be here soon – and that means that tax time is just around the corner. As the owner of residential rental property, you could be eligible for some nice income tax deductions. With the various changes that have taken place since the [...]

28 12, 2021

Should You Add to Your Orlando Rental Property Portfolio in 2022?

2021-12-28T14:20:54-05:00By |Advice, Property Management, Rentals|

If you’re planning to add to your portfolio of Central Florida residential real estate investments in 2022, it is a good idea to first consider the anticipated outlook and trends for the area. That way, you will know better what to anticipate. According to the national real estate brokerage, Redfin, the housing market in Orlando, [...]

21 12, 2021

How to Protect Yourself as a Landlord in Florida

2021-12-28T14:11:35-05:00By |Advice, Insurance, Property Management, Rentals, Tenant Relations|

If you own residential rental property, then you likely already know that you must wear many “hats.” For instance, you need to advertise vacancies, screen potential tenants, and collect rent (and security deposits). There is also the day-to-day maintenance items, such as making sure that the property is habitable (which can include things like no [...]

27 10, 2021

Staying Compliant When Advertising for Tenants

2021-10-27T14:52:52-04:00By |Advice, Marketing, Property Management, Tenant Relations, Tenant Screening|

Anyone who has ever owned residential rental property has likely either had the “tenant from hell,” or knows somebody who has. Bad tenants can do a lot of damage to your property, which oftentimes requires expensive repairs and/or replacement of broken items. When advertising for a vacancy, it would be great to state a list [...]

13 10, 2021

Should You Own Rental Property in an LLC?

2021-10-06T17:32:20-04:00By |Advice, Property Management|

Depending on how many rental properties you own, you may treat your real estate investing as either a personal “side gig” or as a full-fledged business. But in any case, the way in which you own your rentals could protect you financially, or on the other hand, put you at substantial risk if certain incidents [...]

19 08, 2021

How the COVID Delta Variant Could Impact Residential Rental Property Owners

2021-08-19T14:03:24-04:00By |Advice, Evictions, Investing, Investment Property Location, Property Management|

Just as many restaurants and other businesses in the U.S. have started to open back up, the “new” COVID-19 Delta variant is picking up steam – leaving many to wonder when or if the pandemic will ever end. With new lockdowns in Asia and Australia, it is likely just a matter of time before the [...]

21 07, 2021

How to Have a Pet-Friendly Rental While Keeping Your Property Protected

2021-07-21T13:44:45-04:00By |Landlord Advice, Pets, Property Management, Tenant Relations|

For many people, pets are part of the family. So, by not opening up your residential rental property to pet owners, you could be eliminating a significant percentage of the potential tenant pool. On the other hand, some pets can cause damage to floors and other areas of your investment property. With that in mind, [...]

7 07, 2021

What the Extended Eviction Moratorium Means for Florida Rental Property Investors

2021-07-07T15:12:37-04:00By |Evictions, Florida, Landlord Advice, Property Management, Tenant Relations|

In 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping through the U.S., thousands of jobs were lost, and businesses closed, in turn, impacting the income of millions of people from coast to coast. In order to help ease the financial strain, the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ordered landlords from evicting tenants for non-payment [...]