Blog Post Foreclosures: Should You Take Advantage of These NY Auctions?

Foreclosures: Should You Take Advantage of These NY Auctions?

January saw an uptick in foreclosures in almost 20 states, including New York.Foreclosures are tempting for those seeking real estate deals in New York. Whether you're an investor or a prospective homeowner, delving into foreclosed properties can come with significant benefit...
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Blog Post Legal and Optional Property Maintenance Responsibilities for Tenants

Legal and Optional Property Maintenance Responsibilities for Tenants

Have you ever been in a situation where your rental needs a repair or maintenance, but you were unsure who would be responsible for it when the bill came?Property maintenance and repairs can be murky and uncomfortable things to think about. No one wants to lose their security dep...
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Blog Post How to Decrease Vacancy Rates With Creative Rental Leasing Strategies

How to Decrease Vacancy Rates With Creative Rental Leasing Strategies

As of February 2023, Manhattan experienced a 3% increase in active vacancy listings. In the competitive real estate market, finding innovative ways to attract tenants can be a game changer for property owners.This article explores creative rental leasing strategies to help fill t...
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Blog Post Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords in New York

Essential Tips for First-Time Landlords in New York

You're finally ready to buy your first property in the Big Apple. This is an exciting time! Are you ready to be a first-time landlord?Being a landlord is tougher than it looks online. We've assembled a few of our tips, from conducting a rental analysis through enlisting t...
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Blog Post How Property Management Can Help You Protect Your Investment Property

How Property Management Can Help You Protect Your Investment Property

New York City is home to over 2 million rental properties.Becoming a real estate investor in the country's biggest real estate market is no small feat. If you're going to put up millions of dollars to invest in real estate here, you'd better take care to protect that ...
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Blog Post Avoiding Rental Nightmares: Red Flags to Look for During Tenant Screening

Avoiding Rental Nightmares: Red Flags to Look for During Tenant Screening

Over 44 million American households are renters. Renting out a property can be profitable, but it can also have its fair share of challenges. One aspect that can make or break your experience as a landlord is tenant screening.Selecting the right tenants is really important. It he...
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Blog Post 5 Real Estate Asset Management Best Practices for Rental Property Investors

5 Real Estate Asset Management Best Practices for Rental Property Investors

Your commitment to your real estate portfolio could be dragging you down as busywork starts to pile up. For many investors, handling a large selection of locations can start to be a real burden if it is new to them. Would you know how to make real estate asset management easier i...
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Blog Post Tenant Evictions in NY City: A Guide for Landlords

Tenant Evictions in NY City: A Guide for Landlords

With an average rent of $5,600, being a landlord in New York is a lucrative business. That is, of course, until you have to deal with evicting a tenant.On top of the eviction process stopping you from filling the vacancy, NY laws can make things even worse. See, New York has spec...
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Blog Post Real Estate Market in New York City: Trends, Predictions, and Tips for Investors

Real Estate Market in New York City: Trends, Predictions, and Tips for Investors

NYC is notoriously expensive. It's the Mount Everest of investment for people in many fields, and real estate is no exception.So, how do you become a truly successful NYC real estate investor? Read on for our top tips for navigating the real estate market in New York City.Inv...
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Blog Post Navigating Tenant Improvement Projects: Tips for Smooth Execution and Tenant Satisfaction

Navigating Tenant Improvement Projects: Tips for Smooth Execution and Tenant Satisfaction

The median spending for home improvement projects has skyrocketed to $18,000 per year.Getting this work done is hard enough for regular homeowners. Throwing renters into the mix can make projects seem impossible. The uplifting news is that tenant improvement projects are doable.H...
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