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Is Investing in Single-Family Properties Different from Multi-Family Units in Detroit?

January 23, 2020

The average salary of a real estate investor is $123,937 a year. Whether you make more or less than this will often depend on how you manage the following decision: What best fits my investing needs; single-family, multi-family, or a mix of both?

A basic understanding of what each type of investment involves—as well as how to manage them—can help you make a well-informed decision for your real estate investment portfolio.

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7 Tips for Improving Your Occupancy Rate as a Property Investor in Detroit

January 16, 2020

If there’s one thing real estate investment has in common with the hotel industry, it’s the following truth: the most expensive room—or property—is an empty one.

A vacancy is a vacuum that sucks money from your property investment portfolio. Successfully beating this beast can help put your rental business on cruise control. Here are some of the best tips available for vanishing vacancy and maximizing your occupancy rate.

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Do You Need Small Apartment Building Property Management? Here's What Landlords Need to Know

January 9, 2020

You’ve stepped your investment game up a notch by diving into the not-so-shallow end of the multi-family property pool. Congratulations! But along with that dive comes navigating the churning waters of weighty responsibilities.

We are all familiar with the adage “when it rains, it pours." When it comes to managing real estate—especially if you are single-handedly trying to manage multi-family or small apartment building properties—the demands involved can feel just like a downpour of problems. This collection of anxieties can make it feel like you see little to none of the benefits you had expected.

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