Are you new to being a landlord? Or thinking of buying rental property? There are a few things to learn if you want to manage a building yourself. It’s not rocket science. But one of the most important things a new landlord should know is how to set the right rent.
Even more important than providing a well-written description, it is necessary to have good pictures of your property.
You’ve got a great property. Good. But no matter how great the property, there’s no such thing as a unit that rents itself.
Woody Allen once said, “80 percent of success is showing up.” In today’s world that quote could be split up to say “40 percent of success is showing up and 40 percent is following up.”
For the leasing agent of a private dorm building, spring and summer can be the best times of year and the worst times of year.
Last weekend, I spent some time on the cold city streets, trying to take some artsy photos. I must say, despite some friendly comments on my Facebook posts, I don’t think I quite have what it takes to make it in the art world. Real estate photography, on the other hand, doesn’t require any innate sense of art, just an understanding of a few basic principals.