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Friday, September 7th, 2012 at 7:21pm. 2,127 Views, 0 Comments.
Managing your real estate investments can be a frustrating, never-ending stressor. If you own multiple rental properties that are scattered across the metro-Detroit area then you know it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the tasks and property management necessities. What alternative do you have? It seems counter-productive to have a full-time employee (or multiple employees) with salaries that eat up your profits.
That's why a lot of real estate investors choose a property manager in Michigan. Not only does a property manager help you maintain the condition of your investments, but they manage your tenants as well. Here are a few of the crucial tasks you can delegate when you hire a property manager for investment properties in Novi, Northville or…
Friday, August 24th, 2012 at 7:08pm. 688 Views, 0 Comments.
Whether you’re new to investment properties or you’re looking to add another property to your portfolio, you’ve likely considered buying up foreclosure properties. Given the difficult economic climate, a lot of homeowners are forced to walk away from their properties, leaving the bank to try to reclaim lost money through foreclosure sales.
Buying one of these properties comes with a number of opportunities, but there are also plenty of challenges and potential pitfalls that could hurt your investment portfolio - especially if you’re also investing in a Michigan property manager to handle your rental units for you.
Buying a Foreclosure is an Impersonal Experience
When you purchase a foreclosure in Michigan, you’re not dealing directly with a…
Friday, July 27th, 2012 at 8:24pm. 304 Views, 0 Comments.
When was the last time you thought about your lack of free-time, or how much gas you were wasting traveling between your rental properties? If you’re wishing for a lot more freedom, then you need to build an effective strategy to manage your day by day routines.
Either that or invest in a Michigan property manager.
To get the most out of the associated costs of a property manager in Oakland and Wayne county, you need to carefully assess what you’re capable of handing over and the exact services they offer. Based on what you’re willing to delegate you’ll be able to choose (much easier) which property manager is best suited to meet your needs.
Asking the Right Questions
Based on your needs, you can check into a number of property management firms…
Friday, July 20th, 2012 at 5:04pm. 476 Views, 0 Comments.
If you want to continue to diversify your investments then now is the time to buy investment property in Michigan. You can take advantage of the current market and generate even more income as well as tax benefits.
The trick to expanding your investment properties and portfolio is in buying. If you're not careful about picking properties, no property manager in Michigan can save you and you'll being sinking money into marketing and general contractors trying to fix the asset that turned into a liability.
Our experience as property managers in Michigan working with a variety of landlords and property funds has given us a great insight into purchasing and managing properties.
1. Buying investment property at the right price
Working and negotiation…
Friday, June 15th, 2012 at 2:53pm. 421 Views, 0 Comments.
In the absence of a magic button or a genie to simplify the entire process, there are still plenty of things you can do to keep the process running smoothly. Headache free property management? It’s a strong possibility.
Here are some tips to help you make an easy transition to the life of a landlord and reduce the associated stresses.
Don’t get too big too fast
While the concept of…
Friday, May 4th, 2012 at 11:01am. 363 Views, 0 Comments.
While the safest strategy for a landlord or property management company in Michigan is to remain transparent and honest with tenants, there are a number of topics that should be avoided. If a potential tenant brings things points up you’ll be put in a position where you needed to discuss and answer appropriately.
Some questions however should be avoided at all cost. Here are the top 5 topics to avoid with renders.
1. A property manager in Michigan should never designate a neighborhood as safe or as a “low crime area”
There is no way for an individual to know whether or not a region, area or neighborhood is completely safe – or if it will stay that way. If a property manager in Royal Oak claims the neighborhood to be safe and something terrible…