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Adding Value Means Increased Cash Flow

Since the value of a rental property is based directly on the cash return, adding value means increasing cash flow. When small investors set out to increase real estate values, the steps are in upgrading houses, duplexes, triplexes, etc., enhancing

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Good Management System In Apartments

A good management system efficiently records, reports, and manages income from tenants. A poor system, on the other hand, is likely to increase the amount of work, create tenant conflicts, and reduce the amount of total collections. The income from

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The Upkeep On Your Rental Property

Keeping your property in top condition is not difficult if it is a continuing effort. There will be a plan in place for making ongoing improvements by investing a portion of each year’s income. Failure to do this will result

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Apartment Properties Continue To Be Favored Investment

Investors purchase income producing real estate to make money. Apartment properties, as always, continue to be the favorite investment property for many investors. It is possible to reap substantial rental income from a relatively small investment, with a large amount

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Getting Tenants For An Overbuilt Market

When an investment property is located in an overbuilt market, the marketing effort must have good planning and direction. Just throwing large amounts of money into the effort can be a waste. Rather than broad advertising, a narrower action may

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