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When you’re a landlord, you want to get along well with your tenants. After all, you’ll interact with them on a regular basis, and you’re trusting them to treat you and your property with respect.

When moving day is around the corner, packing isn’t the only thing renters need to do to prepare for your move.

Real estate is often cited as the best way to become a millionaire. It’s stable, constantly appreciating, and relatively liquid.

In a still-hot real estate market, owning and renting property to tenants can be very lucrative. But without the proper tools to research different properties in the areas you're considering, you can end up with something that's more work than it's worth. With a comprehensive report, like...

In the digital era, the real estate world has undergone a significant number of changes and shifts. More people than ever are choosing to rent instead of buy. In 2016, 65% of households headed by people younger than 35 were renting, up from 57% in 2006. However, if you're not keeping up with the times, there's a chance you could fall behind as a landlord. But how can technology improve your earnings as a landlord? What new tech should you be making use of?

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