Blog Post Navigating Real Estate Financing in Dallas: Options and Considerations

Navigating Real Estate Financing in Dallas: Options and Considerations

Renting is popular in Texas, with approximately 4.2 million people living in rental properties. That's one reason so many people buy investment properties in Texas.Do you want an excellent way to earn long-term income? Real estate investing might be the solution. However, you...
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Blog Post Property Management Essentials: Tips for Successful Rental Management

Property Management Essentials: Tips for Successful Rental Management

With Dallas-Fort Worth's high mortgage rates and home prices, it's easy to see why more people here prefer renting over buying homes. Indeed, in a 2022 study of the 100 largest U.S. housing markets, the Texas metropolitan area ranked 11th in favor of renting out.That'...
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Blog Post How Property Management Can Help You Protect Your Investment in Dallas

How Property Management Can Help You Protect Your Investment in Dallas

How much money do you generate from your investment property each year? Without a plan, you could lose money and your competitive advantage in the industry. About 15% of Americans already invest in properties outside their primary residences.In fact, 48% are planning to buy more ...
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Blog Post Pros and Cons of Allowing Pets in Your Rental Property

Pros and Cons of Allowing Pets in Your Rental Property

People the world over are embracing the addition of furry friends to their homes. Approximately 44% of U.S. households include dogs, and 26% include cats. Pets are so ubiquitous that many rental communities advertise their pet friendliness to attract new renters.However, allowing...
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Blog Post Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords

Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords

Since 2022, we've seen an increase of at least 63% in properties for rent. If you're a first-time landlord in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, this is an exciting opportunity to bring in extra income.But how do you succeed as a new landlord? How do you keep tenants and maximiz...
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Blog Post Benefits of Online Portals for Owners and Tenants

Benefits of Online Portals for Owners and Tenants

Most great inventions begin life with someone exclaiming: "There has got to be a better way of doing this."Perhaps that was the thinking behind tenant portals, borne out of the frustration of juggling admin and coordination tasks for properties.Read on to discover the m...
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Blog Post Demystifying Owner Disbursements: A Guide for Dallas Landlords

Demystifying Owner Disbursements: A Guide for Dallas Landlords

The population increase in Texas is insane, to say the least, with over a million new residents since 2020. Among the most popular cities for new arrivals is Dallas.This is welcome news for Dallas landlords looking to make a great profit. But before you start seeking tenants, you...
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Blog Post HOA Fees 101: Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Home

HOA Fees 101: Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Home

HOA boards can go a long way toward improving a neighborhood for all residents. Why, then, do some homeowners express frustration about the large number of HOAs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area?In order for an HOA community to thrive, the board has to collect HOA fees (aka HOA asses...
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Blog Post Tips to Attract Tenants in a Tough Dallas Market

Tips to Attract Tenants in a Tough Dallas Market

In the Dallas rental market, where finding suitable tenants can be an uphill battle, landlords are seeking effective strategies to ease the process. Landlords, looking to attract the right tenants, are asking the question, "How can I make my property stand out and appeal to ...
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Blog Post How to Keep Great Tenants in Your Investment Property

How to Keep Great Tenants in Your Investment Property

The numbers are in and the predictions are being made: the next year is going to be a rough one for the Dallas-Fort Worth rental market. Falling demand has meant that rental yields are almost certainly going to fall in 2024.There are, put simply, more apartments than tenants, and...
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