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One of the biggest positives to moving into a rental unit is that you are not responsible for the property maintenance. If an appliance breaks, your landlord is the one that has to pay for a replacement, not you. This can be a huge relief when faced with a maintenance situation that can become...

Ever notice how the most successful real estate agents have a target audience that they specifically cater to? How real estate agents that seem to thrive are often the ones that know exactly who they are looking to work with, and how to grab their attention? That is because they have found their...

When starting out your real estate career, it is easy to become overwhelmed with the massive amount of paperwork, questions, and terms that suddenly seem surround you. One of the questions that real estate newbies tend to ask is about the term “contingencies”. What exactly does it mean? How does...

Real estate is an industry that is always changing. While the general premise stays the same, how it is done, the market that you work in, and ways of connecting with potential clients and colleagues is a continuous evolution. Combine this, with continuously changing real estate laws and...

What is Section 8?
Section 8 is a Housing Choice Voucher program that is designed to pay the balance of a rent payment that exceeds the 30% mark of a renters monthly income.

What are Some of the Conditions of Section 8?
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In today’s society, social media is one of the absolute cornerstones of communication. This is true for both the individual and one's business. Although other forms of social media should not be ignored, this article will specifically be focusing on Facebook, and how to grow a loyal and engaged...

Like it or not, your credit score is one of the most important factors in your financial future. Without solid score things like getting a loan, securing financing, renting a house, and even buying a phone can becoming incredibly difficult and taxing. But what if you have bad credit because...

A leasing agent works for the landlords of shopping centers, residential rental properties or office buildings to find tenants. Generally, the leasing agent will earn a commission for finding tenants and is responsible for handling all details and fine print of leases.

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Deciding to turn your home, or an additionally acquired property into a rental property can be a great option for covering your ownership expenses while allowing the property in question to appreciate in value. Rental income is considered “passive” income. This means that it is income that is...

Subleasing might be a good option if you run into a situation where you need to move before your lease is up, but you should be aware that a few legal problems can potentially arise. Although, subleasing, or subletting, allows the current tenant to lease the property to another person, rather...

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