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7 Metrics Cypress Rental Property Investors Should Know: How to Measure Success

2023-02-15T17:07:37+00:00June 6th, 2022|Financing Investment Property, Property Management Education|

If you're a rental property investor in the Cypress, TX, area, it's important to track key metrics to measure your success. By monitoring these metrics, you can make informed decisions about your investments and ensure that you're on the right path to profitability.   After all, the goal of any business is to make money, [...]

The Top 11 Mistakes New Landlords Make

2022-02-28T20:28:24+00:00February 23rd, 2022|Property Management Education|

Becoming a landlord in The Woodlands, Texas, can seem easy enough. After all, there are thousands of properties to choose from and plenty of prospective tenants. Just buy an investment property, make a few renovations, and start pocketing more money each month than the monthly mortgage payment. Sounds easy enough. Unfortunately, successfully managing your investment property [...]

11 Benefits of Using a Professional Property Manager in Cypress

2021-12-16T15:18:45+00:00December 15th, 2021|Property Management Education|

A professional property manager can provide numerous benefits to landlords including a reduced workload and increased income. But wait, there’s more... As a real estate investor and property owner, you want to maximize your rental income. You also want to minimize the amount of time and money that goes into managing your properties.  Here are [...]

6 Reasons Why Houston Landlords Should Do Routine Property Inspections

2021-09-01T16:46:53+00:00August 30th, 2021|Property Management Education|

As a landlord in Houston, you’ve put your trust in the tenant you have allowed to live in your property. If you’ve heard horror stories from other landlords’ troubles with terrible tenants, you may be wary of letting a stranger live in the property.   While most tenants do take care of the rental they [...]

7 Easy Ways Landlords Can Reduce Vacancy Rates in 2021

2021-08-06T12:46:38+00:00June 24th, 2021|Property Management Education|

Let’s face it, being a landlord in Houston isn’t the easiest job in the world. The scariest part of being a landlord is having a vacant property. You desperately search for high-quality tenants to fill the vacancy because no tenant means no income for you.     Too many landlords focus on acquiring new tenants [...]

Your Complete Guide to Tenant Lease Renewals

2021-12-06T15:31:53+00:00April 14th, 2021|Property Management Education|

Leasing your rental property in Houston is a great way to earn consistent income. Not to mention, having a great tenant takes the hassle out of finding new tenants for your property and saves you lots of money. But this only works when you have high-quality tenants paying their rent on time and caring for [...]

Collecting Last Month’s Rent at Move-In: The Good & Bad in Doing So

2021-04-18T20:05:49+00:00March 30th, 2021|Property Management Education|

It’s a common practice for landlords to collect a security deposit and first month’s rent when their new tenants move into their rentals. Doing this not only protects you and your investment but also sets the tone for the tenants moving in. After all, you are running a business and being able to pay for [...]

A Practical Guide to Property Management vs Property Maintenance in Houston

2021-02-25T21:54:55+00:00February 25th, 2021|Property Management Education|

Owning a rental property in the Houston area is a lot of work. While you may be generating a generous annual profit, there’s a lot to do. This is especially true if you are self-managing your property and handling property maintenance. That’s why so many property owners opt to hire a professional property manager in [...]

5 Ways to Increase Cash Flow on Your Investment Property

2017-07-25T18:26:16+00:00August 31st, 2016|Property Management Education, Uncategorized|

There are several ways to increase the cash flow on your investment property, and essentially it requires you to increase your income and reduce your expenses. Today, we’re sharing some ideas for how to do that with your Houston rental property. […]

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