Build Wealth Through Rental Homes

“90% of all millionaires become so through owning real estate.” – Andrew Carnegie Do you have a rental property or two in Atlanta that you are currently managing yourself, or that you currently have with another property management group? Have you been wanting to grow your portfolio of properties larger but can’t imagine how you … Continued

Benefits of Renting Your Property

Making the decision to rent out your home requires a lot of research, consideration, and an understanding of the different challenges that may lie ahead. When you’re in the midst of choosing between renting or selling, there are few key points to consider. In the event that you decide to rent out your home, there … Continued

Dealing With Troublesome Tenants

If you have a rental property that you manage yourself, you have most likely dealt with your fair share of horrible tenants. If you have been renting property for several years, you may have figured out ways to deal with or even weed out the terrible tenants, but sometimes they can sneak by your radar. … Continued

How To Find The Right Tenants

Renting out your property has its benefits—terrible tenants are not one of them. It is hard to find the right tenants to take over every time the lease ends. You want tenants who will take care of your property, pay rent on time, and cause you as few headaches as possible. Unfortunately, these tenants are … Continued

Increasing The Value Of Your Rental Property

Over time, your rental property can begin losing value. And with many different tenants rotating in and out of your properties, you may have to deal with more damage and issues than you would like. Even with all the fixes you make that are necessary, the property could be slowly losing value. But there are … Continued

What To Do With Your Free Time

Rental properties can be very beneficial to you and your family. They can help you increase your income with minimal work. Unfortunately, that last part is not true. Rental properties do help you bring in more money but they are a lot of work. Between finding tenants to fill the space, doing background and credit … Continued