Military families are aware that some housekeeping must be done when preparing for deployment. During this phase of transition, take a moment to assess your situation to determine whether leasing or selling your house would be the safest alternative.

Could it be time to consider selling and makin...

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Owning and managing a rental property can come with a lot of stress, especially if you aren’t always around to take care of issues that may arise.

As opposed to selling your home, which has many risky factors, renting can earn you a steady income that can help to pay off your mortgage!

One...

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If you are a member of the military, you may be wondering whether or not it is wise to buy a house while on active duty. Sometimes, active-duty military personnel don’t prioritize buying a house until retirement. While this is understandable, buying a house while you’re still on active duty can actu...

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Owning a rental property means conducting move-in inspections, staying on top of routine maintenance. While some seasonal repairs and inspections may seem obvious, there are some you may be overlooking. Here is a list of yearly items to inspect in your rental property. This will ensure your pr...

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A tenant walk-through inspection is a process where landlords take new tenants around their property to examine and take note of the property’s condition prior to the tenant moving in.

Conducting walkthrough inspections with your new tenants is a great way to protect you as the property owner and...

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