What You Need to Know About Landlord Friendly States

What You Need to Know About Landlord Friendly States

Wise real estate investors know that certain states are more landlord friendly than others. Check out our post to learn more about how landlord friendly states can greatly benefit your property investment business when tenant issues arise.

4 Traits of an Investor Friendly City

4 Traits of an Investor Friendly City

One of the most important factors in obtaining a lucrative rental property is to purchase in an investor friendly city. We put together a list of 4 essential traits of an investor friendly city so that you can be sure you’re on the right track with your next investment.

Real Estate Risks and How to Avoid Them

Real Estate Risks and How to Avoid Them

If you are a prospective investor who is worried about the risks involved with property investing, you have come to the right place. We have compiled a list of 5 essential tips on how to avoid real estate risks so you can move forward with confidence.

Should You Buy a Rental Property in a Flood Zone?

Should You Buy a Rental Property in a Flood Zone?

The question as to whether or not you should purchase rental property in a flood zone is a personal choice. If you are on the fence and need more information pertaining to the matter, read through this post to gain some valuable insight and view convenient links to flood zone resources.

The Truth About Crime Data Websites

The Truth About Crime Data Websites

A neighborhood riddled with crime certainly wouldn’t be an area a smart real estate investor would be interested in, and that’s why it’s wise to do your research. But be wary of where you retrieve your information from. In this post, you will learn why it’s so important to avoid relying on the internet for your crime statistics.

The Quick Guide to Neighborhood Classifications

The Quick Guide to Neighborhood Classifications

If you want to excel as a real estate investor, becoming familiar with the neighborhood classifications - A, B, C, and D class properties, would be a step in the right direction. Dive into this post to get a handle on this classification system that will help you determine if a property fits within your investing strategy or not. 

The Five Rental Markets with the Highest Crime Rates

The Five Rental Markets with the Highest Crime Rates

In an effort to arm you with information, we have compiled a list of five rental markets with the highest crime rates. Although you could still potentially earn a decent ROI in these areas, crime rates make them a bit unsafe for investors. Read over our list so you can ultimately decide for yourself if these markets are worth the risk or not.