As a real estate investor, a large part of your success depends on your contractor and subcontractors. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for investors to run into problems with contractors. Here are some of the most common issues—and some useful suggestions for solving them.
How To Market Your Property So It Sells Faster
Differences Between Banks and Hard Money
Importance of Time When Fixing and Flipping
If you’re just starting out in the rental property business, you might not have sufficient funds to hire a full-service property management company.
To save money on electrical fixtures, use the tips below. Buying it yourself, buying quality, buying wholesale, buying locally, and paradoxically buying more expensive wiring are all great ways to save real money on electrical products. See below for a list of tried and tested vendors, too.
Should you hire a property management company? Any real estate investor asking that question is most likely fed up with managing her own rental units, screening tenants, and dealing with leaky toilets and complaints about loud music. But will a property manager eat into your profits?
When considering a fix and flip or rental renovation, flooring will be one of the most expensive areas for replacement. In times past, many contractors found the cheapest grade carpet or vinyl available to make a ‘quick sale’.