HomeUnion® Real Estate Blog
As a real estate investor, you already know that there are certain code and safety requirements that each property must meet to comply with state and local laws. In addition, you’re also tasked with not only finding good tenants but keeping them. After all, happy tenants pay on time and respect the property more, which means fewer headaches and damages when they finally do move out.
This section is all about the ins-and-outs of managing your real estate investment portfolio, from attracting and retaining good tenants to pricing, renovations and hiring property managers to assist in a lot of the nuances that arise.