Monthly Archives: November 2019

    • How to Prevent Communication Problems With Texas Tenants

      Are you struggling to communicate with your tenants? If so, you’re not alone. Many Texas landlords have a hard time getting tenants to call them back and report necessary repairs. When a tenant violates their lease agreement, there are confrontations and heated arguments. While you can’t change a person’s way of being, you can take... [Read More]
      Written by Leon Green
    • How to Invest in Real Estate if You’re in an Expensive Market

      Although the real estate market continues to sizzle across the nation, some people have discovered it isn’t as easy to get some skin in the real estate investing game as they thought it would be. Inflated values, outrageous asking prices, and steep competition in expensive markets are making it pretty challenging for a person who... [Read More]
      Written by Leon Green
    • How to Find Cheap Houses for Sale

        Some impressive events have happened in the housing market over the last seven or eight years. Many homeowners have seen their property dramatically increase in value. But for some of us who remain on the outside looking in, affordability has become a tough issue. If you’re trying to buy a house in 2019, you... [Read More]
      Written by Leon Green
    • Should You Rent Out Your Property Instead of Selling It?

      If you’re ready to move to a different city or a new house, you’ll inevitably consider selling your current home. But selling it isn’t the only option; obviously you don’t want it sitting empty, especially if you’re still making mortgage payments, but you do have the option of renting it as you get settled in... [Read More]
      Written by Leon Green
    • How Important Is a Credit Score When Screening Tenants? 

      Tenant screening is one of the most important responsibilities of any landlord. This is your chance to make sure your property is occupied by someone who’s going to take care of it, pay for it consistently, and ideally, stay there as long as possible. You need to be careful in the tenant screening process, because... [Read More]
      Written by Leon Green
    • How to Use Other People’s Money to Invest in Real Estate

        To a middle-class worker with a moderate income and limited assets, the notion of investing in real estate seems far-fetched: something reserved for folks in the upper crust. Those people often say things like “It takes money to make money.” But have you seriously considered whether this is actually true? If you do some... [Read More]
      Written by Leon Green