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The right rental app will ensure that you are not undercharging your renters and do so much more. Don’t waste any more time crunching numbers get it all done for you with an easy to use app.

Many people in the U.S. are interested in becoming landlords. A Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate survey recently found that 89% of American investors are drawn to the prospect of investing in real estate

One of the biggest mistakes new landlords make is underestimating the rental potential of their property. Often times new landlords are so eager to get tenants in the property that they actually undervalue their rental property.

Today's landlords and property owners currently face a clash between rising rental demand, changing regulations, declining profits and a shortage of affordable homes. 

Setting a rental property price is a difficult task for many landlords. You don’t want to price your rental property so low that you don’t make a profit, but you also don’t want to price it so high that you can’t get a tenant. Here are some tips to help you figure out what to charge.

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