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20 Habits of the Smart Investor

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20 Habits of the Smart Investor

What good habits will you find common among the most successful real estate investors?   Goal Setting   Setting goals is critical to get where you want to go. Everyone you know who has achieved great things has set clear goals.  Think about applying SMART goals: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time bound.   Ongoing

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Property Management: Preparing for the Back to School Rush

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Property Management: Preparing for the Back to School Rush

How can landlords and property managers prepare for the end of summer rush before school starts? Late spring and summer are considered peak season for home buying and selling. This can result in a back to school rush for tenants to relocate and get into new places before school starts. When you’ve got this much

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10 Simple Ways To Save Time Managing Your Properties

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10 Simple Ways To Save Time Managing Your Properties

  Property management can be a major time drain if you do not find ways to manage your time. Doing so is a crucial part of the bigger picture, of building a highly profitable real estate portfolio. The more efficient you can be in this part of your investing, the better overall returns you can

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