Get the latest tips and tricks on how to deal with student tenants during college semesters.
Before making an investment in student housing, property owners and investors should analyze the market that the rental accommodation(s) is located in.
Owning rental property near a college or a university might seem like a license to print money, but it has drawbacks too. Here are the pros and cons of investing in student housing.
Is renting to students in college town properties worth it? Learn the good and bad of renting to student tenants.
If you’re a landlord, you want to attract millennials to your rental properties. But why?
Our friends at SmartMove conducted research on younger renters and put together an infographic on the Anatomy of a Millennial Renter.
Renters are using mobile devices to search, pay and maintain their apartments which makes having an online presence essential for landlords. Here are some tips to get started.
We have examined some of the potential concerns and issues landlords can have while dealing with student tenants.
If you are a landlord who owns a property in a college town, renting to students can be an excellent way of quickly filling vacancies.
After a quarter century of renting to college students, Matt Becker has settled on a simple truth, “Student properties make you the most money, but also create some of the largest hassles.”
This article looks at smart products from the perspective of college students.
We are here to help you with tips and insights about your property marketing plan and how best to reach this large generation of renters.
Let’s take a lot at the top Universities, near which you must invest in properties:
There are things to take into account and important stuff you do not want to miss out on. And in this article, we will guide you through this process step by step so that you pick the best...
The pressure is not only about how to cope up with the studies but also about adjusting with the other scenarios that are prevalent in a college.