Property Management

Property Management

A Guide to Select the Best Property Management Services

Owning a property is not an easy task at all. One needs to make a lot of efforts in order to maintain it. There are many complications and issues that come associated with the properties. Right from the beginning in the entire process of buying and selling, one needs to ensure that the property is […]

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Short-Term Lets

The number of tenants requiring short-term lets is rising as employers increasingly expect their staff to be mobile and to work for short stretches in different locations. Form the landlord’s point of view, short-term lets are more work because the property must be in immaculate condition at all times and there is the ongoing need […]

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Capital Gains When Splitting Your House Into Flats

Are you thinking about splitting your house into flats? Are you concerned that the tax rules are not all that clear? The problem – you may be taxed when splitting your house into flats upon sale You could be looking to downsize or make a little money from your property by splitting it into flats. […]

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Why Be A Landlord?

“Letting provides a regular guaranteed rental income and benefit from any rise in property any rise in property value” The Essentials: National Association of Landlords (NAL) landlords.org.UK & Residential Landlords Association (RLA) rla.org.UK are good source for researching information. Profits from Property: Investing in syndicates, Property Funds Trading Property Buying & Selling Guaranteed Rent: A […]

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Why to Let?

Around fifteen per cent of UK Housing is rented. Even though it is estimated to rise to 25 per cent by 2025, it is lower than the rest of Europe which is an average of 30%. Private landlords opting for letting their properties cover the major portion of the sector. People interested in making ‘letting’ […]

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Best Three Tips To Find Your Rental Property

With the rising cost of properties, It has been harder than ever to buy a new home. Of course, people cannot do without a roof, and there comes the choice of rental properties. Finding the right home isn’t going to be easy, especially in US and Canada, where landlords are charging insane prices for almost […]

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How Property Management Firms Are Making Affordable Housing Desirable

According to the Economic Times, “affordable housing” refers to housing options within the budget of those whose income is below the median household income of a particular area. While some may assume that affordable housing automatically means giving up certain amenities that are common in society today, property management companies all over the country are […]

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Property Management

National Reserve Study Standards – Four Funding Principles

When a professional reserve analyst develops a financial strategy for a common interest community (HOA, Condo, Cooperative) National Reserve Study Standards are taken into account. There are four basic principles in these standard: 1. There are adequate reserves when needed The recommended financial strategy will take into account that some years will have dramatically higher […]

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Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Property Manager?

Being in my seventh year of real estate, I have worked with a lot of Property Managers. Let me tell you that years of service do not equal a great staff member. Here are the top 5 things I look for when recruiting. 1. Attitude – I can teach skill; I cannot teach attitude so […]

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Riparian Zones: What They Are And How To Care For Them

Along with our last article on lakeshore planting, we thought we would bring more attention to these specific areas with a more generalized guide. Areas along lakeshores, riverbanks, ponds, and so on are more respectfully known as ‘riparian zones’, which happens to be one of the terrestrial biomes classified on our planet (there are 15 […]

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