What Upgrades and Updates to Make on Your Home Before You Sell

published at Tuesday, December 15th, 2020

If you’re putting your home on the market, it might be time to perform some upgrades and updates to ensure a higher value. With a few simple improvements, you can significantly raise the initial cost of your home. We are not talking about serious remodeling that would cost you more than you can bear but […]

5 Ways to Upgrade Your Exterior Before an Appraisal

published at Friday, December 11th, 2020

Whether you’re in the market for selling your home or applying for a  loan, having your property appraised is the next step in the line. You’ll want to get the maximum amount you can, and that will solely depend on the appraised value of your home. The appraiser will determine the house’s value according to […]

10 Things Every Prospective Commercial Real Estate Investor Needs to Know

published at Monday, November 16th, 2020

Commercial real estate is highly-favored among investors because of consistent returns, long leases, and growth potentials. Its popularity grew a lot in the past couple of years because this alternative investment gives a chance for high profit in the long term. However, getting involved in commercial real estate is nothing like investing in residential properties. […]

How COVID-19 Has Affected The Phoenix Real Estate Market

published at Monday, October 12th, 2020

  As we all know, 2020 has been wildly unexpected with the COVID-19 pandemic paving the way into the unknown. With record-breaking unemployment rates and a crashing economy, it is quite surprising to see the real estate market in such a great state. The real estate market in Greater Phoenix continues to thrive month-over-month. While […]

Which Upgrades Should You Make to Your Rental in 2020?

published at Sunday, May 24th, 2020

Are you planning on making upgrades to your rental in 2020? If only your budget could be as limitless as your imagination. While you may be dreaming of fitness centers, swimming pools, and game rooms, they aren’t necessary for your bottom line. These reasonable rental upgrades can increase your rental property value and attract new […]

Rental Property Expenses That Are Often Forgotten About

published at Friday, May 22nd, 2020

Investing in a rental property can provide cash flow and generate value from appreciation. However, with a big purchase like this comes rental property expenses that are often forgotten about. To avoid any surprises, we’ve compiled some important factors to consider and keep in mind as you move forward into your rental property investment. 1. […]

How to Take Care of Your Rental as a Tenant

published at Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

Your apartment is your home. As a tenant, you want to maintain your home to not only feel comfortable but to get that deposit back. Additionally, you want to utilize maintenance services as much as possible. Sometimes service calls can be inconvenient and intrusive, plus it’s rewarding to maintain your home. Taking preventative measures now […]

New To Phoenix? 10 Summer Activities You Should Plan For

published at Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

For the locals, watching someone go through their first Arizona summer is like sending your own son off to his first day of school. The road ahead is tough, but we make it through the best we can, and it’s worth it. Even with temperatures sometimes reaching as high as 120º, there are countless things […]

How To Be A Good Landlord – Keeping Your Tenants Happy

published at Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

Better landlords attract better tenants. Sure, there’s a lot of responsibilities that come with being the landlord of a rental property. From screening tenants, lease agreements, and marketing rentals, to evicting poor tenants, a landlord is responsible for the property’s true potential. To be a good landlord, however, means to go above and beyond. Learn […]

10 Sign’s that its Time to Sell Your Home

published at Monday, April 6th, 2020

1. All of your children have been in college for years and you have been able to turn those empty rooms into quiet retreats for yourself and your spouse. All of a sudden, the college years are finished and the children are moving back home and you lose your newly found spaces! 2. There are […]