Summer Vacation Rentals Are Already Skyrocketing

As vaccination rates rise, many states are loosening restrictions on travelers, prompting some Americans to look for homes to book for this summer. Short-term vacation rentals are seeing a surge in demand and their owners are prepared for a lively summer. “This is probably contradictory to what a lot of people may think, but it’s…

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Foreign Investors Compete for U.S. Suburban Homes

Foreign investment firms are reportedly making a big play for single-family homes in American suburbs. These overseas investment firms traditionally have targeted office buildings, hotels, and shopping centers internationally. But they are seeing promise in buying or building rental homes—by the thousands—throughout the U.S., The Wall Street Journal reports. They’re targeted suburban neighborhood homes near…

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What To Do when a tenant stops paying Rent

A Tenant refusing to pay or frequently pays late is considered one of the major issues landlords face. Moreover, it is not just the presence of the issue that’s disturbing yet how costly it is in terms of money and time and for a real estate investor or homeowner time is of the essence. So…

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Out-of-state buyers seek move-in ready Orlando homes

Recent clients of Orlando real estate agent Kim Arena knew they wanted out of California, and they decided at the airport their destination would be Central Florida. The couple originally planned to fly to Tennessee and search for homes in Memphis. However, they researched the city while at the airport and decided they wanted to look elsewhere.…

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