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How to limit liability risk as a landlord

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Owning and operating a rental property has many benefits, but it's not without risks. As an owner of a rental property with tenants and guests going in and out of the premises, it's possible for tenants and guests to injure themselves,…
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Should I hire a property manager? Part 2 of 2

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This article is written by guest writer Kate Mallison. Kate is a real estate investor who works for Tellus, a real estate tech platform helping landlords and property managers save time through effortless automation. This is the second…

Should I hire a property manager? Part 1 of 2

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This article is written by guest writer Kate Mallison. Kate is a real estate investor who works for Tellus, a real estate tech platform helping landlords and property managers save time through effortless automation. It’s a common…
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Are Real Estate Cycles Predictable? Sort of.

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Could we have predicted the housing crash of 2008? And with some degree of accuracy? Sort of. But to understand what happened, we have to go way back to the late 1800s, when a man by the name of Henry George first noticed a very peculiar…
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To buy profitably, you must value accurately.

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There's a saying in real estate that says, "You make your profits when you "buy," not when you "sell" the property." But to buy profitably, you must value accurately. To do that, we have three valuation approaches to explore. The cost…
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Are you leaving money on the table?

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This article is written by guest writer Kate Mallison. Kate is a real estate investor who works for Tellus, a real estate tech platform helping landlords and property managers save time through effortless automation. The 3 most ignored…
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Three Primary Investment Strategies in Real Estate

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No one strategy is better or worse, just more or less fitting for different investors with different goals and risk tolerances. These are Core, Opportunistic, and Value-Added. Core for the conservative investment An example of core…

Direct vs. indirect investing in real estate

When we speak of real estate investing, we're typically referring to directly investing. That is when you have direct ownership of a property. If you went and bought a property on your own or if you partnered with friends and purchased…

Why should you invest in real estate?

For many of us, the real estate market crash of 2008 is still quite fresh. How do we avoid getting burned when the next crash inevitability happens again? With property values and rents going up significantly again in recent years, and in some…
Biggest Timewaster for Landlords

Biggest Timewasters for Landlords

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This article is written by guest writer Kate Mallison. Kate is a real estate investor who works for Tellus, a real estate tech platform helping landlords and property managers save time through effortless automation. Biggest Timewasters…