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How to Become a Landlord for Less Than $10,000

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So you want to know how to become a landlord? Did you know that you can become a landlord for less than $10,000? It’s a myth that you need a large investment to get started in real estate.Becoming a landlord is a great way t... read more >>

Should You Rent or Buy a House?

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There are nearly 44.1 million households that rent across the United States. When seeking financial security through buying a home, many people feel overextended between monthly finances that saving up for a large downpayment may ... read more >>

5 Reasons to Rent in Salt Lake City

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Salt Lake City has never been bigger or more populous. And this has placed enormous strain on real estate in Salt Lake City. Housing costs are up—but this hasn't stopped people from moving there, whether for jobs or... read more >>

10 Things You Should Know About Turnkey Real Estate

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Real estate is a booming industry, and you won't be surprised to know that there are over 20 million investment properties across the US. Of those, many of them are what's known as turnkey properties.Most of us don't e... read more >>

4 Tips and Tricks for Investing in Utah Real Estate

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The population of Utah grows from both the inside and outside. The end result is a constant demand for more and more houses. In fact, in 2021, almost 10,000 homes sold in Utah in just a single quarter! The real estate game ca... read more >>

How to Choose the Right Property Management Firm

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In 2020, prices for homes for rent in the Salt Lake area increased by 2% in just one month. This is just a small snapshot of recent rental price trends. This increase means you could make an even higher profit through rental leasi... read more >>

5 Tips to Create An Exceptional Lease Agreement

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Research indicates that about 47% of landlords often have problems with tenants failing or delaying to pay their rent. Moreover, approximately 26% have to pay for repair services after tenants break items and refuse to incur the c... read more >>
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