Not all properties are created equal; some will get you in debt while others will get you such a fast ROI that you’ll sit there with your eyes popping. But, how can you know which one is which?Read More
For anyone who owns property (and is renting it), one of the critical questions is whether you should or should not hire a property management company to help you handle your property-related ongoing issues and technicalities better.
You are new to property ownership and need guidance or don’t have the time to bother yourself with minor and more significant property-related issues. Go through the list of pros and cons below to help you figure out whether hiring a property management company is the best thing for you:Read More
LLC Property Management is looking for a Lead Maintenance Supervisor to join our team.
Candidate must be a self-motivated, hardworking individual looking for full or part time employment.
Qualified candidates will possess the following:
· Housing knowledgeable
· Have own vehicle, mileage reimbursed
· Minimum 3 years of experience
· Bilingual a plus
· Have own tools
· Must be dependable
· Self-Starter who shows initiative
· Can follow instructions
· Willing to work weekend and overtime
Experience in following trades:
· Electrical and trouble shooting
· Plumbing and trouble shooting
· Knowledge in HVAC
If you are a renter, the person you’ll be seeing the most is your property manager. If you are a property owner, this is the person to deal with all the property-related “niceties.” So by hiring a Property Manager, it is the way to go.
Depending on the type of property they are managing as well as the terms of the management contract, a property manager will have different responsibilities and rights.
Here are four of the most common tasks a property manager is responsible for.Read More
Buying a rental property isn’t all rainbows and butterflies; once you become a property owner, you are automatically getting a new set of responsibilities and expenses which, if not dealt with on time, could grow more significant than your actual profit from the property you’d bought.
For starts, here are the four main things you should take into consideration before purchasing the property:Read More
If you want to start investing in real estate, rental properties are undoubtedly the easiest way to start. After all, it’s rather simple to manage and maintain rental properties, which makes them a perfect choice for beginners. However, you should always ask yourself how much profit you should make from your rental property to check whether this kind of investment is indeed going to bring you a decent profit.
Here are a few tips to think about when considering your profit vs. property balance:Read More