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Rental Property Investment

Posted by Michael Herder // November 12, 2016

Your Rental Property Investment: How to Improve Your Rental Property Without Spending a Fortune You’ve found the perfect house. Not for you. No, this is an investment opportunity. Congratulations, new landlord!   Wait…not so fast. How are you going to get the best rental fees without smashing your piggy bank into a million pieces? I […]


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Getting Your Rental Property Ready for Winter

Posted by Michael Herder // November 4, 2016

Getting Your Rental Property Ready for Winter With winter come numerous changes regarding weather conditions. Many of them could pose a significant risk to your rental properties, especially if such properties are not property prepared for the winter climate here in Maryland. Thankfully these winter liabilities are easily prevented by following this simple checklist before […]


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How to Prevent the Bank Sale of My Home

Posted by Michael Herder // October 28, 2016

How to Prevent the Bank Sale of My Home No one buys a home with the intention of missing the regular mortgage payments. However, unexpected circumstances such as job loss or severe illnesses can find their way into your financial plan, causing you to negate the installments. With most mortgage contracts denying that provision, failure […]


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Ten Tips to Get Your Place Leased

Posted by Emily Herder // October 21, 2016

Ten Tips to Get Your Place Leased There are two ways to find a tenant for a rental property: the easy way and the hard way. Easy means hiring a certified property manager, while hard entails doing it yourself. Either route you choose, here are ten tips to get your place leased to a desirable […]


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How to Liquidate Your Late Parents’ Estate

Posted by Emily Herder // October 14, 2016

How to Liquidate Your Late Parents' Estate

How to Liquidate Your Late Parents’ Estate Boomers stand to inherit upwards of $27 trillion over the next four decades, according to The Center of Wealth and Philanthropy at Boston College, and a portion of that includes the house their parents lived in. What do you do when you inherit a house? When that house becomes yours, […]


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Investing in Mobile Homes

Posted by Michael Herder // September 23, 2016

Investing in Mobile Homes   Real estate investing covers a broad spectrum; from commercial high rises and office spaces all the way to single/multi family residential. Though, somewhere in the middle, there’s a small niche that future landlords tend to overlook. This niche is devoted to mobile home park investing, which is simply another investment […]


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7 Clauses That Every Lease Needs to Have

Posted by Michael Herder // September 16, 2016

7 Clauses That Every Lease Needs to Have   For today’s real estate investor (or those dreaming of investing in the future), rental agreements are considered a must-have before ever putting your property up for rent- and for good reason. Having a signed document in place to cover every aspect of a tenant’s lease is […]


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How to Sell Your Home Fast with no Realtor Fees

Posted by Michael Herder // September 2, 2016

How to Sell Your Home Fast with no Realtor Fees   The time has come; maybe you recently received a new job with an out-of-town office; or, perhaps you have a new child on the way, causing your family to expand and your once-spacious 1,000 square foot home in the middle of the bustling city […]


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Division of Property

Posted by Emily Herder // August 26, 2016

Division of Property In Maryland the dominant reasons for selling a house are: Death in a family, Debt, Divorce, and Down-sizing. The recent statistics show that about 80% of married couples own a home, and while our divorce statistics consistently show that about 50% of these marriages end in divorce, there is a distinct need […]


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The 1 Percent Rule

Posted by Emily Herder // August 12, 2016

  The 1 Percent Rule Recently when reading on Bigger Pockets, I came across a real estate investor writing about how to find the “perfect” buy and hold property and how hard it is to find. And Wow, could I relate. I understand the concept of analysis paralysis vs market peak buying. I admit it […]


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