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Mall landlords weigh becoming lenders to blunt retail crash

Mall landlords accustomed to offering rent reductions to ailing retailers are mulling a new strategy to forestall the industry's collapse: positioning themselves as...
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e-Book $F.r.e.e Every Landlord’s Legal Guide By Marcia Stewart *Full-Acces

The legal forms and state rules every landlord and property manager needs To keep up with the law and make money as a...
Nicole McCarthy

When to invest in real estate? Five questions for landlords

July 26, 2019There is plenty of information there offering advice on whether and when someone should rent or own. But what about for...
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Top 10 Weirdest Maintenance Requests Landlords Have Received

Maintenance issues are no fun at all. But sometimes you just can’t help laughing at the things your tenants want you to fix....
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Lagos and Yeye Landlords – Olufunke Alao

Olufunke Alao I’ve heard a lot of interesting landlord stories and I’ll share some here but first let me share my own landlord saga with...
The Landlord's Itemized List of Common Tenant Deposit Deductions

The Landlord’s Itemized List of Common Tenant Deposit Deductions

Nothing motivates a tenant more to replace their dead light bulbs than knowing that if they don’t, it could cost them $5 per...
Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency for Landlords: Should I Accept Rental Payments in Bitcoin?

Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency for Landlords: Should I Accept Rental Payments in Bitcoin?

Chances are, you’ve come across information on Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies in the news lately. It’s no wonder the digital currency is such...

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New-home supply takes biggest drop in six years

With bidding wars subsiding, new-home sales prices dropped, causing the largest year-to-year decline in new construction since 2013, according to Redfin.Overall for-sale inventory...
The Growing Problem With Household Debt

The Fastest Growing Household Debt for Borrowers

J.P. Morgan Chase reports that student debt has doubled in the past 10 years to $1.5 trillion in 2018—second only to mortgage debt—and...
Is a recession coming in 2019? Here’s what that means for housing

Is a recession coming in 2019? Here’s what that means for housing

A bevy of negative news this week has once again stoked fear that an economic downturn is imminent. Yesterday, the Dow Jones...
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FHFA Issues Final Rule on GSE Credit Scoring

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) has issued a final rule that establishes new requirements covering the validation and approval of credit score...

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