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As the country gradually reopens the economy, industries innovate fast to get back on their feet and survive in the new normal. For those in real estate rentals, deciding the next step for your property has never been this crucial and the move toward contactless rentals are the future.

A property manager needs to anticipate how to deal with unforeseen circumstances and shut down any similar future problems in the future. This is where addenda come into play. Here are a few lists of must-have addenda to include with your lease agreements.

Real estate is a roller coaster of emotions. In many larger cities and markets, it is very competitive. Rentometer will help review accurate rent estimations before buying.

Real estate investors all over the nation know that certain types of rental properties outperform others. Each type has its own set of risks, but a manageable long-term tenant can offset much standard risk in almost any situation. Rental properties in college towns represent the middle ground between the best and worst real estate investing options.

Being a landlord comes with lots of perks. But at the same time, the job can prove to be tough. This is especially true when you find yourself facing a tenant who has stopped paying rent or asking to break their lease early.