Category Archives: Investment Property

Have Happy Tenants! – Tips for Landlords Old and New

Have Happy Tenants! - Tips for Landlords Old and New

Whether you have been a landlord for ten years now, you have recently purchased a property that you’re planning to rent out, or you’re still considering buying an investment property, there’s one thing that you’re surely thinking of – how can you find good tenants, and more importantly, how do you keep them? There are … Read More

How to Know You’re Ready to Buy Your Second Property

Save money for home cost

Many investors own only one property. There may be quite a few reasons for this but one of those may be the likelihood that a lot of people miss the signs that tell them it’s time to buy a second investment property and grow their wealth. Having two investment properties means you also have twice … Read More

Facing Retirement? Consider an Income Property

Beige siding house exterior with covered porch and trimmed bushes in front. View of soft blue staircase with narrow walkway.

If you are nearing your retirement and you feel like you don’t have enough funds yet, you should consider an income property. It is possible that you’ll find an amazing bargain with a high return on investment. And should you decide to manage the property yourself, you can also expect more income. Being able to … Read More

4 Mistakes You Should Avoid When Buying a Beach House

A row of beach houses on sand dunes.

Unlimited access to amazing water, white sand, and relaxing breeze – who wouldn’t want to have a beach home that they can look forward to going home to? A beach house is a dream of almost everyone. Sometimes, however, buyers get carried away too swiftly by the thought of having their own Oceanside home, only … Read More

How to Select a Great Rental Property

Rental Real Estate Sign in Front of house

Have you always dreamed of becoming a landlord? At one point or another, most of us have probably thought how great it would be to be able to purchase a really nice piece of property, find the best tenants and just relax and collect regular rent well into your retirement.   That, indeed, is a … Read More

Tips for Beginner Real Estate Investors

Money growing in soil with house

Is this your first time to invest in real estate?   We understand that for beginners, it can really be intimidating, and what with all the resources available – books, TV shows, and blogs, it can also be very overwhelming. Before you drown in all the confusion, let’s throw you a lifeboat.   Here are … Read More

Why You Should Focus on Curb Appeal

Photograph of lawn mower ona the green grass. Mower is located on the right side of the photograph with view on grass field.

For most sellers, improving the interior of their house is really important, knowing how every nook and cranny of their property goes through the microscopic eyes of prospective buyers. Surprisingly however, they tend to overlook one big factor that may be the deal breaker – their home’s exterior.   Ask any buyer and he or … Read More

Finding the Best Vacation Home for Your Family

A row of colorful ocean front beach houses.

Having a second home that is exclusive for vacations and quick getaways sounds so relaxing and glamorous at the same time. And it is! Plus, it could even be a great investment in the long run. However, like any other big decisions you have to make, you should never just throw your cares in the … Read More

How to Childproof Your New Home

Baby playing with electrical extension on floor at home

You have just moved into your new home. You have a healthy baby. Everything is perfect. You can’t wait to see your little one start to crawl and walk and… wait. You realize your baby is just about to do those things and probably navigate your home in the most curious of ways, and you … Read More

Outdoor Party Ideas For Spring

Camembert cheese, citrus jam and crocus

Surely, you are rearing to bask in the sun as much as you can – while it’s still there! The best way to make the most out of spring is to throw an outdoor party with friends and family. There are tons of things you can do with your gang; you just have to let … Read More