Updating Your Rental Property on a Budget

  Each time you handle tenant turnover, it’s a good idea to make a few updates to the property. Especially if the decor is becoming a bit dated. Of course, you don’t always have a huge budget for major changes like new flooring or large appliances....

Maximizing Property Cash Flow

Investing in rental property involves many hopes—for rising rents, a profit at resale. But one inescapable reality of rental property is cash flow. When cash flow is good, many other problems are avoided or minimized. When cash flow is inadequate, you have a problem....

Rental Property Yard Management

  Yards in the Greater Boston area are beginning to green-up, now. They also are entering the season when regular care matters most. Landlords understand that the yard is essential to a rental property’s curbside appeal. But it also is a long-term...

DIY Renovations for Your Home

  Updating your home doesn’t have to be expensive. Refreshing your space can be fast, easy, and cheap if you’re willing to tackle a few do-it-yourself projects. Focusing on the kitchen, the bathroom, and the entryway, typically the most heavily used...

Signs of a Good Property Management Company

  Though most people only buy rental properties in their town, others prefer to buy them in areas where they are really popular. However, you aren’t going to be around to take care of the property, so it is really important to find a property management...

Finding Loss Leader Investments

Looking to invest in real estate but unsure where to start? Many people look toward residential real estate but have a hard time finding the right investment. As a new or even seasoned investor, it may seem counter intuitive to invest in a loss leader but these types...