How to Handle Tenant Complaints September 12, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Landlords

By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer

If you have residential rental properties with tenants, you will, at some point in time, receive a complaint. It’s just the law of averages, even for the most fastidious landlord.

There are good ways and …

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Thinking of Skimping on CapEx? Read this First! August 8, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer

If you own residential rental properties, or your own home, you know you have to maintain your investment. This can mean keeping up with everything from a fresh coat of paint to replacing a roof …

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A Look at the Nation’s Most Occupied and Most Vacant Cities February 22, 2016

By Contributing Writer, B2R Finance | Real Estate Investment

By Kerry Curry, Contributing Writer, B2R Finance

Vacancy rates declined nationwide this month as demand grew for residential rental properties. However, vacancies varied widely from less than 1 percent in parts of California and Colorado to high double-digit vacancies in …

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2014 Real Estate Year In Review

Investors saw and took opportunities to grow their single-family rental portfolios in 2014 as the housing market continued to improve and provide growth potential. As we look forward to what 2015 holds, let’s take a moment to review the major …

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