In our previous blog post, we discussed some potential risks that come with investing in Raleigh property, and how aspiring landlords can mitigate them. Below are even more tips on how to have a successful and profitable property investment experience. Risk: You purchase investment property, but your tenants are constantly leaving. Solution: Build strong relationships […]Read More
Most states legally require property owners to maintain a pest-free rental, but it’s also good business sense. No one will want to rent from you if word spreads that there are pests, and owners who won’t do anything about it! Then there’s the fact that pests like termites and carpenter bees will actively damage your […]Read More
Rental season is a challenging time for property managers as there are many things that can make it difficult for a property management company to fill the vacancies. More millennials are starting to buy homes. Occupancy rates are also starting to decrease. Fortunately, there are many seasonal leasing tips that will make it easier and […]Read More
For property owners in the Apex area, investing in real estate properties can be a great option. However, for those investments to be successful, you will need to keep them occupied. There are certain times of the year that can be very busy with renters. To ensure you do as well as possible, there are […]Read More
Many people have a lot of rental property questions and there are a lot of myths about renting, which our Apex property management company would like to clear up and dispel your concerns. Myth 1: You are Throwing Away Money Fact: Many people think that because you will not build equity by renting, you are […]Read More
Like any other structure, your rental needs ongoing maintenance to keep it in good condition and to ensure it retains its value. Summer is a great time to get some critical things done. Use this summer rental maintenance checklist from our experienced property managers in Apex. Exterior of the Building Rental maintenance on the outside […]Read More
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