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Types of Properties to Invest In

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Did you know that the U.S. has the largest global share of the real estate market? It’s 3.5 times bigger than the runner-up!  With a real estate market this large, it’s no wonder you may be looking at what ty... read more >>

How the Maintenance Platform Works

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Over three-quarters of landlords involve themselves in repairs and maintenance of their properties. It appears obvious that this facet of leasing management is important to those involved in property management. Though,&... read more >>

Top 5 Tips for Negotiating Lease Renewal

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The unfortunate truth about renewing leases is that more and more tenants are seeing their monthly rent go up every time they re-up on a new lease. This begs the question of how you can negotiate a new deal effectively.So how can ... read more >>

Evictions: The Most Common Mistakes to Avoid

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There are a lot of different ways to estimate the number of landlords in the United States. Some estimates show that more than 10 million Americans earn income by renting out properties! Without quality landlords, the property man... read more >>

The Major Benefits of Allowing Pets in a Rental Property

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, one out of every five households has adopted a cat or dog. So many people are bringing animals into their lives and relying on them for emotional support, companionship, protection, exerci... read more >>

5 Reasons to Invest in Boise Real Estate

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Do you dream of living in an area surrounded by nature? If so, consider Boise, Idaho, for your real estate investing. Idaho has a combined 4.7 million acres of wilderness and is nicknamed the City of Trees. The Boise rea... read more >>

How to Handle a Rental Deposit Return in Boise, Idaho

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Rent deposits. They are something that a tenant has to prepare for in advance, but a landlord has to be prepared to give a rental deposit return when the lease is up. In Idaho, there is no legal limit to how high the initial ... read more >>
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