The Top 4 Qualities of a Quality Raleigh Investment Property

Choosing a new investment property in Raleigh NC can be an exciting, yet frightening, challenge. If you choose wisely, your investment will be likely to pay off in the long-term; if you choose poorly, you might find yourself with something that’s more trouble than it’s worth. Not to worry, though: our experienced Raleigh NC property […]

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4 Small Upgrades That Can Attract Quality Tenants to Your Raleigh Property

If you own an investment property in Raleigh NC (or anywhere else, for that matter), you’ve doubtlessly thought of countless luxury amenities you’d like to add—big-ticket items like swimming pools, new kitchen appliances, or new paint. However, what with all the other costs involved in Raleigh property management, these big additions might be out of […]

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How to Mitigate Risk in Your Raleigh Investment Property – Part 2

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 […]

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Buying an Investment Property in Raleigh? Look out for these Red Flags

After more than 35 years in the Raleigh NC property management business, we’ve seen almost every trick in the book when it comes to disguising a property’s flaws. If you’re browsing investment properties for sale this week, here are some red flags that might indicate it isn’t as new, clean, or safe as it appears. […]

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Qualities to Look for in a Raleigh Property Management Company

When you are searching for a Raleigh NC property management company to take care of your investment property, here are a few essential qualities to look for. Responsiveness If a major issue arises in your investment property, such as a water main break or serious storm damage, you will want a company that is available 24/7 and able to […]

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Real Estate Investors Take Advantage of “Rollover Purchases”

Let’s run through an all too common scenario with real estate investors in the past… You have a rental property worth $200,000, but you would like to sell it and buy a different one worth slightly more. The property will be used in the same manner as its predecessor. Usually, you would incur a tax […]

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How to Deal with Damage in Your Rental Property

Owning an investment property in Cary could be a great long-term investment option. While there are benefits that come with owning investment real estate, it can also be a challenge at times. Even when following the best tenant retention tips and choose qualified tenants, there issues that arise things that need to be dealt with. […]

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3 Things To Look For In A Rental Listing

Regardless of whether you are looking for a single-family home, apartment or townhome, you will have to spend a lot of time looking at Raleigh rental property listings. You will also have to spend a lot of time visiting the places and talking to people who work in rental property management in Raleigh. There are […]

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How Much Money Can I Make From My Rental Property?

This is the age old question! Rental property management can be a lucrative profession and we get asked this question all the time. It is easy for you to make money from rental properties, but that all hinges on many factors to determine how much money you can make renting your property in Raleigh. Calculate […]

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What Is Normal “Wear and Tear” in a Rental Property?

New rental property managers or someone who’s just started with a new property management company may wonder what constitutes normal wear and tear on a rental property compared to what constitutes damage to a rental property. Normal wear and tear can be vaguely defined as the depreciation that occurs through normal daily living in the […]

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"Let each of you look not only to his own interests,

but also to the interests of others..."

Phil. 2:4