Monthly Archives: August 2020

Before You Choose a Property Manager, Know These Duties That He Should Fulfill

Opting for property management for your house is a definitely good idea but remember it can be one of the most terrible things if you’re lacking the necessary information. That being said, it is important for all to have the

An Investor’s Guide to Investment Property Tax Deductions

Maintaining investment properties may reduce the investor’s income taxes when certain expenses related to the investments are deducted from his income. Expenses relating to the maintenance of rental property are generally deducted from the investor’s gross income. When allowed as

Real Estate Agent Job Description

Real estate agents liaise between home owners and buyers to conduct the sale, purchase or rent of properties. They work for brokers and play a major role in assisting people buy or sell residential, commercial or industrial property. They keep

Property Management Made Simple

A fast, simple and effective way for landlords to manage their property portfolio with minimum hassle. Being a landlord or a property manager can be an arduous task. There is usually an endless list of jobs that need to be

Top 10 Benefits of Using Online Property Management Software for Rental Property

Online property management software is more than useful for the landlords with multiple rental properties. Software provides myriad advantages to its user. To mention a few are ease of use, proper management of properties, management of all financial transactions with

Tax Time: Tax Reporting Requirements for Property Managers

The beginning of each calendar year is a very busy time for many businesses, and Property Managers are not left out of that category! Whether you are a large Property Management Company or an individual Property Manager, this is the

Real Estate and the AMT: Rental Or Investment Property

The Alternative Minimum Tax is a very important consideration for taxpayers who own real estate because just about every tax rule applying to real estate is different for the AMT than it is for the Regular Tax. This article on

Landlords: How to Determine the Rental Amount for Your Property

I want to introduce several resources where a real estate investor or property owner can determine what rent you can charge for your investment property. The three most popular websites available for this purpose are Zillow.com, Rentometer.com, and Craig’s List.