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Are You Adding Too Many Finishing Touches To Your Rental Property?

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Are You Adding Too Many Finishing Touches To Your Rental Property?

One of the biggest questions real estate investors have (or at least should have), is how many finishing touches and add ons they should give a remodel.  There are many factors which play into this. Some standard finishes will differ based on your particular market. Others should be different based on what the tradition and

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Holdfolio Download – Episode 5 Adding Value To Rental Properties

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Holdfolio Download – Episode 5 Adding Value To Rental Properties

On this episode of the Holdfolio Download, Holdfolio Co-Founder and CMO, Sterling White talks about the importance of “value adds” for rental properties. What are some of the easy and simple value adds you can make to your property, and what are some of the things you should avoid? Listen in to find out Sterling’s

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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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