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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Burglary Prevention Tips for Landlords

As a landlord, one of your top priorities should be keeping your investment property secure. Firstly, so that your tenants feel safe and protected; and secondly, because a property that is constantly being robbed or vandalized might scare away potential tenants in the future. While many safety measures are up to the tenants themselves (locking […]

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How to Hire a Great Raleigh Property Manager

If you own a condo, duplex, or other type of investment property, a property manager is a necessity. A good property manager can take all the nitty-gritty details of managing a property off your hands, so you can reap in the rewards with minimal stress and hassle. Since this person will be your right-hand-man (or […]

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How to Keep Your Raleigh Rental Property Pest-Free

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 […]

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Buying an Investment Property? Look out for these Red Flags – Raleigh NC Property Management

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 NC 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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Raleigh Named One of the Best State Capitals to Live In

Raleigh is a booming city with a lot to offer. Its abundant attractions, high-quality school systems, and convenient central location earned it a #3 spot on WalletHub’s list of 2019’s Best State Capitals to Live In this year–the latest in a long list of accolades. WalletHub compared 54 key indicators of affordability, economic well-being, quality of […]

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How to Invest in Raleigh Real Estate

Owning property is a great investment, as it requires little daily effort once you’ve made the initial commitments. If you’re ready to break into the Raleigh real estate market, here are some real estate investment tips that will help you launch your investing career. Remember that real estate property appreciates Unlike some purchases, like cars, […]

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What Fall Weather Can Mean for Repairing Your Property

If you own a rental property in the Cary area, keeping it in good condition and properly maintained is very important. Properties that are not well kept will continue to wear down and eventually will lose their value. Due to the extreme heat, maintaining a property in Cary after the heat of summer does come […]

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

but also to the interests of others..."

Phil. 2:4