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  As a professional property management company, we get investment management inquiries from a variety of sources. We previously received an inquiry from an owner/investor in the Austin area, which made for a great educational opportunity to answer a question we get from time to time,...

  Despite the economic downturn caused by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, 2020 seems to have been a pretty good year for the Austin housing market. But will 2020’s booming real estate market conditions continue into 2021? Will the capital of Texas withstand the pandemic-induced recession...

  As a professional property management company, we educate our investors 24/7 about how imperative it is to stay on top of maintenance, whether preventative or emergent. This is not only to ensure the longevity of their investment properties, but to keep their tenants happy and...

  In order to conduct market analysis for residential properties you should have optimal time, the required skills and, of course, effort. You see, property investors and landlords require adequate knowledge and a 360 degree analysis of the real estate market to understand how effective their investment...

  Should I Sell or Lease My Home? We often get asked this question and for a lot of homeowners, they ask because they may not know much about the Austin market or really just aren't sure what becoming a real estate investor entails. So we're...

  As a rental property owner, staying on top of maintenance is essential to the health and longevity of your property and the return on investment you will receive. While preventive maintenance and make-readys are part of that process, so is emergency maintenance. There is no...

  Whether you’re a new rental property investor or you have several properties in your portfolio, a savvy investor understands that enlisting a property manager makes good business sense. A property manager will care for your investment, making sure that it’s healthy and earning its potential....

One of the most stressful situations any landlord will encounter is the need to evict a tenant. No one gets into real estate investing and the ownership of rentals because they delight in kicking people out of their homes, but, ultimately, your rental property is...

Here in Austin we have a steady, stable economy. Rental properties are in demand and prices are slowly rising. So why would an investor want to pay someone else to manage their rental property for them? In one word - perspective. Oftentimes, performing a particular job...

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