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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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Posted on March 20, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

  This past week you may have read story or seen the news account about the Realtor who was found dead a couple days after last known to be showing a property. This story which received national attention has been a Wake-Up call for many landlords,  property managers and Realtors. Many have vowed to change their […]

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Posted on March 14, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

  Often landlords get burned because they “hold” a rental house for a future resident who was approved and seemed like they would be a good renter. Unfortunately, for various reasons the future resident changes their mind and the landlord has to once again scramble to find another acceptable applicant. In the meantime valuable time […]

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7 Types of Tenants Who Cause MAJOR Landlord Headaches

Posted on February 14, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

  By Kevin Perk on February 9, 2015 Land lording and Rental Properties Tenants are the lifeblood of the landlording business. But as landlords, we don’t want just anyone as our tenants. We want good quality people who will pay, stay and respect our properties. We want tenants who will not cause problems, either to […]

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Reasons Why Owners Don’t Hire Property Managers

Posted on February 13, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

  In this blog, we want to look at the three reasons why people don’t hire professional management companies. By now, you know all the good reasons that explain why homeowners, investors and landlords hire professional property management companies. Let’s take a look at why people don’t hire a company and what you can do […]

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How Landlords Learn Your Secrets: Special Credit Reports

Posted on February 4, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

  By 8:00 am ET December 3, 2015December 2, 2015   RBFried/iStock Finding the perfect house or apartment to rent is pretty tough—you have to consider your budget, your commute, your needs and wants and even your credit report, which has become a standard part of the application process. But once you’ve put in a […]

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Renter Households to Reach More Than 50 Million By 2030

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

Urban Institute: By John Beacham, Chief Investment Officer, B2R Finance A recent report from the Urban Institute titled “Headship and Homeownership: What does the future hold?” highlighted the expected surge in renter households, from 40.7 million in 2010 to 47.9 million in 2020 and 53.7 million in 2030. The study examined household formation and attainment […]

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How Much Should I Charge for Rent? — Expert Advice

Posted on January 19, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

How Much Should I Charge for Rent? — Expert Advice July 8, 2015 by Holly Dolezalek Filling Vacancies   There’s a wealth of rent information you can find online, but the numbers you find usually vary. For example, $959 for a 1-bedroom house on 14th Avenue in south Minneapolis is reasonable, according to But’s […]

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Posted on January 15, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

HELP PREVENT SCAMS OF YOUR PROPERTY   The following story was shared by a landlord about prospective tenants being scammed by “pretend landlords”. This sample story continues to become more and more prevalent throughout the country. “Listed a property on Postlets this week. Received two calls from prospective tenants saying they found my ad on […]

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Rental Property Investment ‘Continues to be a Brilliant Strategy’

Posted on January 1, 2016 by Bush Johnson in Property Management

By Brianna Bobola, Marketing Writer, B2R Finance Average rental rates on 3-bedroom properties increased 3 percent from a year ago across 285 counties analyzed by real estate data firm RealtyTrac, while average sales prices on 3-bedroom properties increased 4 percent across those same counties.Single-family rental investors should find more predictable, steady returns going forward as […]

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