How a New Landlord can Increase Their Cash Flow

How a New Landlord can Increase Their Cash Flow
The average rental unit in Atlanta is almost $1,500 each month, and with a tight rental market, you can cash in. As a new landlord, you must look for ways to grow your real estate investing and improve cash flow.  As a property manager, you can take several actions to g...

Renting With Pets: Pros and Cons for Landlords

Renting With Pets: Pros and Cons for Landlords
Did you know that over 90 million families in the U.S. own pets? Some of these families are sure to be renters, and they're going to be looking at your property as a potential home.But how can you decide whether or not you're going to allow those pets? There are plenty of...

Rental Property Marketing: The Best Strategies for Finding Tenants

Rental Property Marketing: The Best Strategies for Finding Tenants
Being a landlord is something that comes with lots of challenges. While many people wrongly assume that it's an easy way to make a lot of money, the truth is that finding and keeping tenants can be difficult. Every month your property sits vacant is a month you're losing ...

How to Handle Evictions: A Guide for Landlords

How to Handle Evictions: A Guide for Landlords
Atlanta, Georgia has the best restaurants, malls, and activities for the whole family. It's no wonder why people are flocking to the area. Any Georgian landlord will agree that property management is profitable.However, what if you get a tenant that does not pay rent? The evi...

The Best Places for Real Estate Investing in Atlanta

The Best Places for Real Estate Investing in Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia is among one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in North America. With new residents pouring in, Atlanta has become a hotspot for real estate investing.But, because Atlanta is large and contains many communities and neighborhoods, finding the best areas to...

A Helpful Landlord's Guide to Rent Collection

A Helpful Landlord's Guide to Rent Collection
One of the most integral parts of being a rental property owner is, well...collecting rent.Rent collection isn't a cakewalk, as some new property owners tend to assume. Getting your tenants to pay you on time every month requires some work on your part, but it doesn't hav...

A Guide to Lease Renewals for Landlords

A Guide to Lease Renewals for Landlords
On average, the vacancy rate for rental properties in the United States is 7% but the rate varies from location to location. Vacancies are something that rental property owners want to avoid.When calculating your returns, you have to consider vacancies. When you have a full group...

The Importance of Tenant Background Checks

The Importance of Tenant Background Checks
The demand for rental properties is soaring! However, if you are a landlord, renting your property can be a stressful experience.Finding the right tenants can be difficult. Selecting the right person can mean the difference between having a pleasant experience or a bad one. ...

The Do's and Don'ts of Finding Good Atlanta Property Managers

The Do's and Don'ts of Finding Good Atlanta Property Managers
Investing in real estate comes with many challenges, and without the right property manager, you could end up dealing with a range of frustrating headaches.If you're looking for exceptional Atlanta property managers, there are a few things you should and shouldn't do to e...
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