Plumbers Near Me

October 15, 2022

Finding Local Nearby Plumbers You can Rely On Homeowners may not foresee big plumbing issues in their future, but rental property landlords have a little more foresight. In fact, plumbing issues of one kind or another beset even the newest or well-maintained homes. And the other issues will need a local plumber for sure, sometimes…

  • Property Management Atlanta Georgia

    Atlanta Property Management Given the laws against rent controls, rising rents, and the improving economy in Georgia, owning rental properties in Atlanta is a great way to invest for profit. Like most other US metro housing markets, Atlanta is hot. Yet owning rental properties and earning a profit aren't necessarily coincidental. In fact, as more…

  • Realtor.com Report Shows Renting is Far More Affordable

    Renting Looking Like the Wisest Choice A new report from Realtor.com adds some intrigue to a housing market where buyers struggle with the decision of buying a home vs renting. They found that in June, according to their stats, the the US median rental price hit an all time high of $1876 per month. However,…

  • 14 Ways to Keep Your Tenants Leased!

    June 23, 2022

    Making Tenant Retention a Priority If we suffer a slowdown or recession in the US, UK, German, Canadian and Australian economies, then rental property owners and managers won't survive it unscathed. As tenants adjust to unaffordable high prices while seeking other wanted rental benefits, they will be on the move to find other accommodations. This…

  • Georgia Property Management

    Property Managers in Georgia With the end of the Covid 19 pandemic, Georgia landlords will be on the hunt for qualified property managers. The pandemic has changed the property management landscape across the state.  It's ushered in technology faster and altered income statements and balance sheets for Georgia landlords, investors, as well as property managers…

  • The Exodus Of Americans from Big Cities

    August 14, 2020

    Rental Property Trends A big trend in rental apartments is happening, but isn't being reported as it should be. It represents a significant threat to many urban landlords and is altering the rental property landscape. Covid 19 in community, office and transit, retail shutdowns and business closures with lost income, persistent high rents, high taxes, political…

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