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Financing Basics for First-Time Rental Property Owners

Investing in your first rental property is a big step, and financing the property is likely to be one of your biggest hurdles. If you don’t happen to have a mountain of cash waiting to be invested, here are some tips for securing financing for your new property. 1. Look at Online Lenders Many of […]

Making the Most of Your Multi-Unit Rental Property

Rental properties are a good, steady source of income, especially if the building itself is in good condition and the tenants are responsible and respectful. Paying off the mortgage with the rent money and then just waiting for the equity to grow is something that a lot of people are taking advantage of. However, there […]

Property Manager Problems!

I’ve been pretty vocal and transparent regarding the two investment properties I purchased this year. Both are condo’s, one located about 30 minutes from my house, and the other is over 1,000 miles away on the Gulf Coast in sunny Florida! First, let me say that I am not overly impressed with either property management […]

The Plight of Owning Rental Properties

If you read my last post on owning rental properties it probably seemed like everything is always roses, which couldn’t be further from the truth. I’m still less than a year into owning my first property, and less than two months into owning my second one. That being said, I was contacted back-to-back days last week […]

Rental Property Update – September 2016

You’re already used to seeing my monthly blog income reports, so why not show you income reports on my other revenue streams? I’ve mentioned numerous times this year about how I’ve purchased two investment properties in which I hoped to generate a steady stream of income. In this post I want to lay out the […]