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Why Renting is Beating Owning

March 23, 2016

After the financial crisis of 2008, CityLab co-founder Richard Florida predicted that the economy would see what he called a “Great Reset” where homeowners would migrate toward urban areas and decide to rent. Now, the stats are finally backing him up. A recent report from Trulia supports […]

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10 Ways to Find Out About a Neighborhood Without Being There

March 14, 2016

“So what’s the neighborhood really like?” is the ubiquitous refrain among home buyers shopping in areas they’re unfamiliar with. And though your real estate agent can fill lots of the big-picture details, it pays to do your research before committing to a residential purchase.

Short […]

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Learn How To Keep The Peace Between You and Your Tenant’s

March 7, 2016

Any landlord who’s been around the block a few times knows there is plenty that can go wrong with an investment property.
Managing the upkeep is one thing, but managing tenants – and their relationship with the neighbors – can sometimes get a little more complex.

Barking dogs, strong […]

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What Effect Do Foreclosures Have on the Nation’s Existing-Home Supply?

March 1, 2016

For the last five to six years, the number of foreclosures has been steadily declining since hitting a peak. December 2015′s total of 32,000 completed foreclosures represented a decline of nearly 73 percent from their monthly peak of 118,000 reached in September 2010, according to […]

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Tips on how to reduce your outdoor watering

August 4, 2015

Tips on reducing your outdoor watering By EMWD.

Here are a few tips you can reduce your outdoor watering:

watering only 1-2 days a week is an excellent way to use 50% or less of outdoor water use
Cut the time you water in half. For example […]

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Legal Aspects of the Tenant Screening Process

July 23, 2015

Article by: American Apartment Owners Association,

One of the greatest challenges of any landlord is finding tenants who will adhere to the conditions of the lease and pay their rent on time. To avoid housing discrimination complaints, it is crucial to abide by federal and state fair housing […]

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