Long-term tenants are on the wish list of every landlord. It means you have a reliable stream of income and less trouble. Knowing how to attract such tenants, however, tends to be an uphill task for many landlords especially if you are just starting. Luckily for you, that no longer needs to be the case!
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Typically, squatters occupy vacant, abandoned, or foreclosed properties. Missouri gives squatters certain rights. If a squatter living in your property makes a successful adverse possession claim, they will gain legal ownership of the property. What’s more, they won’t need to pay you anything for it. You’ll simply lose your piece of real estate.
Looking to become a landlord in Kansas City, Missouri? Trends in the real estate market indicate that renting out your property is a promising investment move. Kansas City has been on the radar of many investors over the years. Recent statistics have revealed that active listings have almost been halved, indicating an increase in purchases…. Read more »
According to Time Magazine, Kansas City is one of the top 10 housing markets in the country for buyers to consider. And it’s easy to understand the reason why when looking at the recent performance statistics. Among other things, the population of Kansas City has grown by 0.73 percent year-over-year. The unemployment rate is down… Read more »
Buying an investment property in Kansas can be lucrative. It can be a pathway to earning passive income for many years to come.
But as with any other investment, due diligence is key prior to signing on the dotted lines.
The following are some of the important things that you should consider before buying an investment property in Kansas City.
It might look straightforward when you first become part of the rental property business in Kansas City; Just collect the rent and that’s it. However, it’s not quite that simple.
As a landlord, there are both benefits and cons that come from a month-to-month lease. Read this article to find out if it’s right for your rental.
A tenant has moved in recently and complained that he’s not able to quietly enjoy his rental space. The tenant living adjacent to him has been holding a party every weekend till the early hours of the morning. The complaining tenant told you that if this doesn’t stop, he would move out and demand a… Read more »
Are you looking to make your rental property pet-friendly? Attracting long-term tenants is the goal of most rental property owners. One of the most efficient ways of cutting down vacancy rates is by allowing pets in your rental. Since many households in the U.S. have pets, you are bound to attract more renters.
It’s generally acceptable and fairly realistic that damages occur in a rental property. But can a landlord prevent them from frequently occurring? The answer is yes.