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How to Earn Passive Real Estate Income

July 23rd, 2020 |

Passive income is money you can make with little day-to-day involvement. It takes time to plan and set up the initial process but eventually you can create a continuous stream of income. Some examples of passive income are real estate income, such as buying rental properties, creating a money-making blog, or investing in dividend-producing stocks.

Building a passive income is a wonderful way to fund your retirement. You can hedge it against a job loss or insufficient retirement income. Creating passive income via rental property requires precision planning and advice from trusted professionals. You must do due diligence and detailed research about these three things before moving ahead.

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10 Ways to Prep Your New England Rental Properties For Winter

November 15th, 2018 |

Before the winter weather becomes “oh so frightful” (and the fire so delightful), it’s a great time for landlords to look at their current preparedness for the winter weather that is headed their way in a matter of a few short weeks. Before the first significant snowfalls fall, it’s a great time to stop and ensure that the rental properties you have are ready to keep the tenants residing inside safe, warm, and healthy throughout the frigid months ahead.

The following are 10 steps that you can take to make sure that your rentals are winter-ready before the significant snowfalls and cold temperatures of winter actually hit the greater New England Area. (more…)

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How to Find (and Keep) Great Tenants

October 9th, 2018 |

Finding and keeping top-quality tenants is not an easy task for any landlord. These are the landlord’s “dream” tenants. The ones that pay their rent on time, follow the rules and are not a “noise complaint” for neighbors. They are the ones that make the landlord’s life and job much easier.

However, it’s no secret that not every tenant is a “dream” tenant. When a landlord finds these tenants that are among the cream-of-the-crop, keeping them is the next important step. (more…)

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Top 10 Interior Trends for Fall 2018

September 25th, 2018 |

Fall redecoration season is slowly falling upon us likeĀ autumn leaves themselves. The 2018 fall interior design seasons will be dominated by color optimization, vintage accessories, and furniture that looks like it wouldn’t be out of place at an 80’s business meeting. However, though seemingly focused on the designs of old, the current fall decor trends offer a unique opportunity for self-expression through utilization of classic effects, accessories, and furniture. Below we’ll take a look at the top ten interior trends to expect this fall:

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5 Up-And-Coming Boston Area Neighborhoods

September 13th, 2018 |

Boston is known as one of the oldest cities in the United States, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t up-and-coming neighborhoods that have people clamoring to find their perfect home and move on in. While virtually all of the locals know about living in Fenway or Back Bay, many are looking for a new living experience that fits their unique lifestyle. Whether you are in the market for a retirement community, a great place to raise a family, or just buy your first home, Boston offers something for everyone.

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5 Benefits of Houseplants – And Why Every City Apartment Should Have at Least a Few

August 28th, 2018 |

Houseplants are a great way to add warmth and texture to any apartment, but there’s a lot more to be said for the wisdom of adding indoor plants than just the fact that they make good design sense. Houseplants actually offer health benefits that are particularly beneficial to those living in a city environment where, thanks to traffic and industry, pollution levels tend to be on the high side of the spectrum.

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Remodeling Your Rental? 3 Valuable Projects for Increased ROI

August 16th, 2018 |

Individuals in the real estate business enjoy high returns when they open the doors to their new rental units, but after some time, their ROI dips below their property maintenance costs. Remodeling your rental houses after a particular period to increase ROI is necessary. The critical thing to note is that some renovation projects are not valuable, which you should avoid as a landlord who is looking to increase ROI after remodeling your rental units.

Here are 3 of the best remodeling projects to consider to help increase the returns from your rental property. (more…)

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3 Essential Factors That Make An Awesome Tenant

July 26th, 2018 |

It’s no secret that landlords will end up hosting all kinds of tenants in their days as a property owner. One thing landlords definitely appreciate are awesome tenants who don’t cause them any grief.

Simply put, these tenants are the ones who do exactly as they are supposed to do and live their lives without making the landlord’s job more difficult than it has to be.

The question is: What makes an great tenant? The following are 3 essential factors to look for in your future renters that makes leasing to them a pleasure rather than a pain:

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