How Should A Atlanta Investor Choose Their Property Inspector?

When buying a rental property, it is important to have a thorough inspection done before making the purchase. Learn more about how to choose the right property inspector in our latest post! You don’t want to rely on just any inspector to do the job. When you are ordering an inspection for a property you are … Continued

How To Sell A Damaged House In Atlanta

If you own a house that is in disarray or in need of repair, don’t fret. There are ways you can sell your house without having to pay for all the required repairs. If you need to sell a damaged house in the Atlanta area, our latest post will help you save time and money on … Continued

How To Sell Your House With Tenants In Atlanta

Do you own an investment property in Atlanta that you’d like to sell? When other people are living in your house, the selling process can become a bit more complicated. In our latest post, learn more about how to sell your house with tenants in Atlanta! As a landlord, there may come a day when you … Continued

Stop! What to Consider Before You Sell My House for Cash

You see it all of the time. Advertisements stating, “Sell My House for Cash” in Atlanta. You might be skeptical that someone can fork out so much cash for a house. Truth be told, it happens every day. You need to watch out for shady investors and consider all of your options. This article will … Continued

The Process of Selling a Home For Cash

The process of selling a home is complex. There are a lot of parties involved. Including the buyer, the buyer’s real estate agent, lenders, an escrow company, a title company, and sometimes a real estate attorney. Accepting a cash offer simplifies things a bit. There are fewer parties involved. There’s less paperwork. The timeline is … Continued

How To Handle Tenant Complaints in Atlanta

As a real estate investor, it is inevitable… you will need to know how to fairly and efficiently handle tenant complaints. Whether the complaints are unfounded or have merit, how you handle them is incredibly important. Learn more about the best practices in our latest post! People all have different standards of living. As such, … Continued

What Happens If You Inherited a House With a Mortgage?

So you’ve inherited a house with a mortgage and wonder what’s next. When a homeowner dies before the mortgage is paid off, the debt survives her. It must be paid off by the estate, assumed by another person, refinanced or paid off by the person inheriting it. The details can be complex. But, they don’t … Continued

5 Things You Must Know as the Executor of an Estate

Losing a friend or a loved one is a grounding experience. There are too many emotions to name, especially for the executor of the estate. Carrying out the deceased’s last wishes is a heavy responsibility, but one that comes with an incredible amount of trust and honor. The deceased has chosen you, overall, to ensure … Continued

6 Things to Do When a Tenant Stops Paying Rent

Every landlord experiences it at some point: your tenant stops paying rent. A lot of people into the landlord business purely by accident. Everything usually goes well, at least, for a while. Without proper education, screening processes may consist of a neighbor knowing a person who needed a place. Eventually, not surprisingly, these tenants stopped … Continued

7 Stinky Reasons Your Home Isn’t Selling

Have you seen the commercial for Febreze? It warns of going “nose-blind” to smells in your home. That’s a great description of what happens when you live with odors in your home that you just don’t notice any longer. But if your home is listed for sale, your buyers are not “nose-blind” to those unpleasant … Continued

Tips For Managing Several Properties In The Atlanta Area

Managing several properties can be a lot of work. In our latest post, we will offer some tips on doing it yourself and knowing when to hire a property management company to assist you. Sure, managing your rental properties on your own will save you some money, but at what cost? How much time do … Continued