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Rental Property Investing: Vacation Rentals vs. Long Term Rentals

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Rental Property Investing: Vacation Rentals vs. Long Term Rentals

Short term, Airbnb style rentals have been gaining a lot of attention lately, especially in major metropolitan cities.  The question is, how do they stack up as an investment strategy for long term income property investors? Are they more profitable? Or are long term annual rentals still the best way to go? Hot Rentals in

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Holdfolio Download Episode 3 – Multifamily 101

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Holdfolio Download Episode 3 – Multifamily 101

Join us as we take an inside look at real estate investing at Holdfolio. Each episode Holdfolio Co Founder and CMO Sterling White will share stories, insights, and knowledge from Holdfolio. Holdfolio Download will be available on many podcasting platforms including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, and more. To download Episode 3 of the Holdfolio Download click here.

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How to Make Your Rental Look New Every Time You Turn Tenants

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How to Make Your Rental Look New Every Time You Turn Tenants

  Turning around rental units for new tenants is a pivotal part of being a successful and profitable landlord. If you are too slow, and don’t maximize the opportunities, it can ruin your business and crush your returns. On the other hand, it can be a chance to write a great new lease, and increase

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