Purchasing your first Flushing single-family rental property can be a thrilling experience. However, like with all investments, there are particular […]Read more
How to Estimate the Cost of Your Move
If you are a renter, you’ve probably moved house a time or two (or more). You’re undoubtedly aware that moving […]Read more
Leasing 101: A Comprehensive Guide for Property Investors
Jamaica Property Owners: Don’t Neglect These Winter Tasks!
What Landlords Need to Know About Renters and Military Duty
The Disadvantages of Pre-leasing Rental Properties
How to Increase Your Brooklyn Rental Property’s Profitability
The Best Time of Year to Look for a Rental Home
When You Should Compensate Your Tenants
When (and How) to Report a Bad Landlord
Pros and Cons of Vinyl Siding for Your Flushing Rental Property
Why You Need Professional Property Management
How to Flip Properties with Ease
Fun and Functional Yard Improvement Projects for Renters
Cutting the Cord: Should You Keep Your Queens Rental Property’s Cable TV?
Zombie Properties: What You Need to Know Before Buying
Is it Cheaper to Rent or Buy a Tiny Home?
5 Factors that Influence How Long a Tenant Will Stay
10 Essential Items to Keep in Your Junk Drawer
Your Rights as a Renter with a Service Animal
What Makes a Rental Home High-End? Luxury Rental Home Defined
Tips & Tricks to Paying Rent on Time
An Owner’s Guide to Rental Property Tax Deductions
How to Buy International Rental Property
Real Estate’s 5% Rule (and Why Investors Should Use It!)
Porch Swings, Tree Swings, and Hammocks: Should You Allow Them on Your Rental Property?
Top Tech Tools Every Rental Property Investor Should Know
Investment Properties and HOAs
Protect Your Rental: How to Spot a Fake Application
Cozy Soups for the Cold Season
DIY Meal Prep: Food Fermentation for Beginners
Acclimating Your Pets to the New Normal (Again)
5 Habits of Successful Brooklyn Landlords
When is the Right Time to Sell Your Rental Property?
8 Ways to Make an Older Home Feel Modern
6 Tips for Saving Money on Your Next Move
How Do Real Estate Investments Affect Your Retirement?
Do You Really Need a Storage Unit?
How to Take Care of Stainless Steel Appliances
Top 5 Edible Plants to Grow in Your Home
Our Thoughts on Partial Rent Payments
5 Green Ideas for an Environmentally Conscious Home
Top 5 Preventive Maintenance Tasks
How to Style a Fireplace During Warm Weather Months
Should You Include Appliances in Your Flushing Rental Home?
What Real Estate Investors Need to Know About Finder’s Fees
Decorating Your Jamaica Rental Property: Feng Shui Basics
What Will the 2021 Housing Market Look Like?
How to Stop Killing Your Houseplants
Multi-family vs. Single-Family Homes
Rental Safety Standards to Minimize Risk
How to Pick a Good Roommate
How to Increase Your Rental Property Income without Raising Rent
Cheap and Easy Holiday Décor Ideas
How to Make the Most of Your Space in a Small Apartment
Does Your Queens Rental Property Need a Fence?
Make Your Flushing Home Education-Friendly For The Kids
House Number Ideas for Your New York Rental
Rental-Friendly Tips for Making Your Place Look Bigger
4 Tactics for Low-Risk Growth for Brooklyn Investors
Jamaica Outdoor Summer Safety
Best Décor for Your Flushing Home Office
Should You Provide Outdoor Furniture to Your Tenants?
If your Forest Hills rental property has a porch or patio, you may be thinking about buying furniture for it. […]Read more
Why You Need A Low Maintenance Landscape in Jamaica
An attractive, low maintenance landscape is ideal for rental properties in Jamaica. Tenants are more inclined to keep up maintenance […]Read more
The Best Home Lending Support Options for Veterans
As a military veteran, you possess access to many unique programs designed to help you purchase a Bronx residential property. […]Read more
How You Can Preserve Your NY Property’s Carpets for Years
Let’s face it: generally speaking, renters are pretty rough on carpets. After all, your renters may not treat the property’s […]Read more
How You Can Be Prepared for Natural Disasters
Although it may be hard to predict when a natural disaster will happen in Queens, preparing for a disaster situation doesn’t […]Read more
A Property Maintenance Checklist For Every Season
By maintaining your property year-round, you can both protect your investment and enjoy a comfortable, beautiful property. Whether you’re a […]Read more
9 Ways a Property Management Company Makes Your Life Easier
Owning rental properties is a lot of work. Once in a while, the number of things you need to do […]Read more
Making a 72-Hour Kit for Your Jamaica Home
In case of a natural disaster or other emergency, thousands of people have no choice but to evacuate their Jamaica […]Read more
4 Ways to Avoid Overpaying on Your Bronx Investment
Purchasing a new investment property in the Bronx can be a great experience. However, as a rental property investor, you […]Read more
Are Roommates Covered Under Renter’s Insurance?
Sharing the cost of a Brooklyn rental house with a roommate can be a great way to save money on […]Read more
The Hazards of a DIY Handyman
If you are a Queens‘ rental property investor who also happens to have a few handyman skills, there’s a good […]Read more
Keep Your Kitchen Tidy with Organized Shelves and Cabinets
Maintaining your Flushing kitchen has a lot more to it than cleaning regularly. It also needs to use a good […]Read more
Eco-friendly Kitchen Cleaning Products for Your The Bronx Rental Property
Everybody strives for a clean kitchen. On the other hand, especially these days, it is critical to get that not […]Read more
Reduce Re-use Repurpose: Go Green with these Simple Décor Tips
Fixing up a Brooklyn rental home is one of the most effortless ways to add your personality to your area. […]Read more
Pet Permits for Investment Property Owners in Queens
Proposing pet-friendly rental homes is an excellent approach to draw more long-term tenants in Queens. Numerous renters would love to […]Read more
House Hunting 101: How Much Rent Can I Afford?
Being a renter, it is crucial to know how much rent you can spare before you start your rental home […]Read more
Dream Projects with Purpose: Why the Backyard of Your Jamaica Rental Property Isn’t Worth It
Without a doubt, your Jamaica rental property’s backyard is one of the vital parts of its overall appeal. Be aware […]Read more
Pros and Cons of Stucco Siding on Your Bronx Rental Property
Adding a stucco finish to your Bronx rental property comes with both benefits and drawbacks. Like all exterior siding options, […]Read more
Alternatives for Christmas Trees in Your Brooklyn Rental Home
For a lot of renters, owning a Christmas tree is an indispensable part of celebrating the holiday. But bringing a […]Read more
Keeping Your Jamaica Rental Home Tidy All Year Round
Being a tenant, keeping the home you rent in Jamaica clean all year can be a challenge. With busy lives […]Read more
Should Your Bronx Tenants Join a Local Neighborhood Watch?
It’s highly recommended that you make an active effort to encourage tenants to become involved in the community and that […]Read more
Three Costly Mistakes Queens Property Investors Make with Exteriors
A rental property’s exterior appearance is a large piece of its general appeal. Because of that, building excellent choices for […]Read more
Are Your Residents Damaging Your Flushing Bathroom and Don’t Even Know It?
It is likely that your renters are damaging the bathrooms in your single-family rental homes without even understanding it. Even […]Read more
Real Property Management New York Gold Versus the Competition
The professional property management industry has endured plenty of crucial transformations in the last few years. While the conventional do […]Read more
Natural Disasters Will Strike: Are Your New York Residents Prepared?
When a natural disaster menaces, the security of our family is invariably our priority. Although as the landlord of single-family […]Read more
Weatherizing is the Key to Green Jamaica Rental Homes
Don’t Fowl Out: The Problematic Trend of Brooklyn Tenants Keeping Chickens
Looking Beyond the Credit Score for Great Queens Tenants
Don’t Fence Me In: What Are the Boundaries for Your Flushing Rental Property Fence?
Preventing Do-It-Yourself “Improvements” Gone Wrong at Your New York Rental Property
Protecting Your Jamaica Rental Property Pipes
Don’t Rush the Move-In and Move-Out Process in The Bronx
Made to Last: Replacing Interior Items in Your Brooklyn Rental Home
Planning for Long-Term Success: When to Replace the Exterior Items of Your Queens Rental Homes
Buying and managing rental properties in Queens implies long-term investment planning. Your latest rental property will require to be maintained […]Read more
How to Avoid Vandalism and Protect Your Rental Property in Flushing
Vandalism of residential property is one of the most usual crimes to happen to property owners in Flushing and the […]Read more
Don’t Let Your New York Rental Property Become ‘That House’ in the Neighborhood
It seems like everybody’s got a story or two about their horrible experience dealing with “that house” in the neighborhood […]Read more
Hypochondriacal Tenants and the Case of the Mysterious Complaints in Jamaica
One of the stressful parts of being a Jamaica property owner is dealing with overly demanding renters. It is understood […]Read more
Are Your Previous Tenants Clinging to Your The Bronx Rental Property?
Regularly switching rental homes can be troublesome for renters. If they have lived in a rental home for a couple […]Read more
Avoiding Slip and Fall Injuries – Safety Tips for Inside and Outside Your Brooklyn Rental Home
Believe it or not, most accidents occur at home than anywhere else and that includes work or even driving on […]Read more
Top 3 Rental Property Upgrades That May Not Be Worth the Money
Dealing with making improvements to your investment properties is a tricky matter. You need to be able to distinguish which […]Read more
Why Flushing Landlords Should Require Renter’s Insurance
If there’s one of the several critical things that are often so misunderstood is renter’s insurance. According to some standards, […]Read more
Summer Energy Saving Tips
Want to save money on energy costs this summer? It may be pushing 100 degrees and sure, you may be […]Read more
What Do I Do If My Rental Has Mold?
Ah, the pungent scent of mold–signifying a huge problem. Common sense says you do not want ANY mold inhabiting your […]Read more
Five Reasons You Need a Property Manager
It goes without saying that having help to do your job cuts down on time, effort and well, money spent. […]Read more
4 Photography Tips for Your Rental
You’ve seen them before. You’re on Craigslist searching for a home to rent when you come across what looks like […]Read more
A Tenant Used My Rental Property as a Meth House!
Was your rental a meth house? Do you know what steps to take to make it livable again? If your […]Read more
How to Avoid an Eviction
Your rent is due–but you’ve had a difficult month financially plus you’re upset because your landlord hasn’t fixed your refrigerator […]Read more
My Rental Home has Property Damage: Am I covered?
How Do You Know if Your Rental Home Property is Covered? Every property owner understands the importance of homeowners insurance, […]Read more
Best Upgrades for Rentals in Brooklyn and Queens
Do you know what some of the best upgrades for your Brooklyn or Queens rental home should be? What upgrades […]Read more
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