How to Attract Luxury Renters without Luxury Amenities

Many landlords would like to attract tenants with high living standards so they don't have to deal with problems that come from tenants with poor credit, low incomes, or bad habits that affect property value. While you can always find good tenants with proper screening, there are some things you can do to attract tenants of a higher caliber, even when your property doesn't offer all the latest and greatest appliances and features. Read More 

Tips For Making Your Property Management Service Mobile-Friendly

With mobile websites and tools becoming increasingly popular in this demanding society, more things are becoming accessible through mobile services. From banking to email, mobile apps make many things possible with the devices at your fingertips. If you want to increase your chances of landing quality tenants in the rental property that you manage, you'll want to capitalize on the mobile tools available to you. Here's a look at a few mobile tools that you should provide as part of your property management plan. Read More 

3 Reasons To Hire A Property Management Company

Investing in real estate is a great way to grow your financial portfolio. Managing multiple properties on the other hand, can be quite a task for people who already have full time jobs and their own household to maintain. If you own investment properties or are considering purchasing rental properties, review the quick reference guide below. It can help you determine if and when hiring a property management company is the right move for you. Read More 

The Effect Of Increased Flood Insurance Rates On Properties In Flood-Prone Areas

There are so many factors that affect the residential property market. One of these is flood insurance, which is necessary for properties in flood-prone areas. An increase in flood insurance premiums has far-reaching effects in the industry. For example, increasing the premiums for flood insurance: Makes Living in the Houses Difficult One of the first effects, for those who already have houses in flood-prone areas such as waterfronts, is that it makes it difficult to continue living in the houses. Read More 

Customizing Your Home To Accommodate Your Handicapped Child

If you are the parent of a physically handicapped child who needs to use a wheelchair, you are most likely always looking for ways to make it easier for them to get around. Safety and avoiding discomfort is always foremost on the minds of both the child and their parents, making it difficult for the child to enjoy some of the activities others are able to do without worry. If you are in the process of looking for a new home, consider having a home built to accommodate your child's needs right from the very start. Read More