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Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Three-Step Repositioning Process For Adding Value To Your Multifamily Properties

Posted on April 30, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

April 20, 2016 Source: This article was published with permission from Jake And Gino The number one goal when investing in multifamily real estate and to explode your wealth is to increase the Net Operating Income (NOI).  Let me quickly define NOI as the total gross revenue subtracted by the operating expenses of a property.  When […]

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Is it important for a property manager to live near my property?

Posted on April 23, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

  August 7, 2014 How important is it for a property manager to live/work near my rental property? It depends on two things: The property itself, and the scope of engagement. Do you have a whole bunch of units co-located? Do you want an onsite property manager? And how responsive does this manager need to […]

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Can You Afford not to do a Back Ground Check?????

Posted on April 16, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

How many times have you filled in application forms without a thought to all the probing questions you’re answering? You hand over all your credit information at the bank, your doctor gets all your health data, and don’t get us started on the details you divulge when you adopt a rescue pet. So, why is […]

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Should I Buy Several Cheap or a Few Pricier Houses? An Investor’s Analysis

Posted on April 9, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

By Brett Lee on April 8, 2015 Real Estate Deal Analysis & Advice I get this question all the time: “Should I buy cheap property somewhere else with higher cap rates or more expensive property where I live?” I wanted to buy cheap property once. It’s very tempting. So is it a good idea? Let’s […]

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