Updated: Jan 28, 2021
If you own an investment property or are thinking about buying one, then this is for you!
Rental properties are a great investment. But if you are hunting for a house to rent out, you need to crunch numbers first to make sure you can act quickly on a good deal. The most important number you need to crunch is rental income and that isn't all that easy to figure out.
So I was excited when I received an e-mail from www.mysmartmove.com filled with helpful tools and information for landlords.
Click here to read the information that will make you an absolutely confident real estate investor :
This article covers:
How to avoid basing rent off of your property value
Ways to know — your local market
How to analyze prices for similar properties — this is essential real estate knowledge!
A link to another article about factors that could help you charge more
4429 Underwood Street in University Park was advertised on the Multiple Listing Service in October 2020 as a rental for $3000 a month. (Photo courtesy of Bright MLS) The house sold most recently in March 2020 for $387,500.
When you’re setting a price for a new property or reassessing how much you’re charging on a place you’ve had for a while, you have to take all of the variables into consideration...
Click above and find out how to charge the right price for your rental!
Ready to buy an investment propety?
Contact me today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 240-413-4141 to talk about your plans for today and your plans for the future. We can discuss your current home value and the value of homes in your immediate vicinity. That kind of information can really increase your confidence as you make your decisions.
Who am I and how can I help you?
I'm Tamara Beauchard - realtor, architect and right-fit specialist
As a top-performing realtor with Re/Max Professionals, I handled nearly $12 million in real estate transactions this past year. I stay on top of the market to ensure that you are confident about the price and the process from our first meeting to the settlement table.
You have an architect on your side! My experience in the design and construction industry means that we can talk about renovations and improvements that will both beautify your home and improve it's resale value.
I'm a right-fit specialist who provides consulting services for people who are not ready to buy or sell right now, but need advice on where to start with renovating or downsizing. More about that service here.