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Land Development

Amenities That Will Make Your Tenants Love You

If you have ever been tasked to manage an apartment complex or a condominium, you know how difficult it can be to handle tenants. It is understandable, as they pay good money for the space they are renting and also expect things to be in top shape. If ever they see something off, they want

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Land Development

COVID-19 and its Impact on Freelancers and Gig Workers

The coronavirus, they say, is a great equalizer, just like natural disasters and death. It doesn’t play any favorites. Just as the sun shines on both the rich and poor, COVID-19 is not picky when it comes to its victims. When the virus initially caught the attention of the world, we all thought that the

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A Landlord’s Guide to Managing Tenants During and After COVID-19

The current global situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone. Governments around the world are imposing quarantines in an effort to reduce infection. This has caused several non-essential businesses to close temporarily, some of which are not paying their employees for the time being.  Because of this, many people are

Land Development

Living the Single Life: Should I Rent an Apartment?

Choosing to rent or buy a house is a major decision. On one hand, renting is easier on your wallet in the short term especially if you don’t plan on establishing yourself in a certain area. On the other hand, it can be impractical; once you start renting after a certain amount of time, the

Buying a house
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What Are the Largest Hidden Costs of Buying a House?

The average home in the United States cost $200,000. You might have saved up for this or have been accepted for a housing loan, but take note that just because a house’s price tag is $200,000 does not mean you’ll only be spending $200,000.  Buying a home can be exciting, but you shouldn’t forget the

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Top 10 Most Expensive Cities in the United States to Live in

Not all cities in the United States are equal. You might live a regular middle-class lifestyle in your city, but then find yourself spending more money on the same goods in the next city. This is simply due to the fact that not all cities have the same cost of living. And for some cities,

Rental property
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Six Strategies for Managing a Rental Property

Rental properties are often the go-to investment of new real estate investors. You get to keep the property you buy, welcome tenants you prefer, and generate regular cash flow. By owning a rental property, you can enjoy tax incentives and deductions. You can even leverage property appreciation. Do you have any plans on buying your

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