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As an investor, you may find you have a knack for finding and buying specific types of properties that have significant cash flow and are earning you money.

When you own or manage a rental property, your success hinges on renting out the property rented at a rate that earns you a profit.

In this article, we show you the advantages and disadvantages of investing in multiple properties so that you can make an informed decision about what to do with your capital.

In the aftermath of the Great Recession, for example, US home prices fell roughly 33% on average. But even if listed home prices don't drop a cent in the current pandemic-induced recession, there will still be plenty of opportunities for distressed sales.

As a property manager, how can you be sure your tenants are satisfied with how your company serves their needs with well-maintained, safe, and functional housing? Ask them.