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How to Find or Create the Perfect Accessible Home

How to Find or Create the Perfect Accessible Home  If you or someone in your family is differently-abled, it’s important to find a home that is accessible. While most homes don’t offer a full range of accessible features, it is possible to make modifications to make it work. Use this guide to know what to look for when y...

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10 Common Mistakes When Converting Homes to Rentals

10 Common Mistakes When Converting Homes to Rentals1. Leaving Home Security Systems Like “Ring” Activated on the Property Owners can help create a feeling of privacy for the tenant by removing any systems or devices that could be used to monitor the property. Ten...

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Remodeling Projects That Can Increase Your Rental Property's Value

Remodeling Projects That Can Increase Your Rental Property’s ValueOwning a rental property is a great way to generate some passive income, but even if you’re making a profit on your current rental, there are plenty of ways to boost your profit margin and increase the value. Remodeling projects are the easiest way to increase ...

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The Four Most Important Steps to Successful Investment Property Ownership

The Four Most Important Steps to Successful Investment Property OwnershipInvestment property is a popular means of passive income for many people. However, to make the most of property ownership, you need to take specific steps to preserve your house and cater to the rental market. From preparing the house to managing tenants, here&r...

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Tennessee Property Codes

Are you an aspiring or current landlord? If so, you've probably questioned if there is a standard property code you're investment must abide by. Here's a quick video of our Owner Relations Coordinator, Kyle Lehning, discussing the Tennessee Property Codes that every landlord must follow in the state of Tennessee. At ...

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5 Easy Steps to Keep Your HVAC Running

The old saying goes, ‘You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.’ For those who have experienced first hand the misery of having no air conditioning for the birthday party on the hottest day of the summer or who have worn three layers watching the NCAA National Championship Game with no heat in the house,...

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Robots and Renters

It is amazing to consider the amount of change that technology has brought since the recession of 2007-08. Instead of calling a cab, we started using new phrases like, “Oh don’t worry, we can always Uber downtown.” Yet, one of the most dominating conversations in the past decade has been the way that technology is changi...

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Are You Prepared for the Next Big Rainstorm?

It’s official, Nashville residents watched as a 138-year-old record got washed away in February of 2019. A total of 13.47 inches of rain fell over the 28-day period drowning the previous top mark of 12.37 inches that fell in 1880. The new February record is also the seventh wettest month recorded all-time according to the National W...

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Should Your Rental Property be a Smart Home?

It’s 2019. Technology is ever-present from our office to our home to everywhere else we go. Even driverless cars are coming soon.In my home I have smart locks that allow me to remotely lock or unlock my door. I have a Ring doorbell that allows me to video chat with someone on my front porch. My smart thermostat allows me to control ...

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How To Reconcile Your 1099 with Your Cash Flow Report

1099s report total gross income in the tax year per owner (not per property). Your 1099 is: “Total Operating Income” PLUS net change in “Prepaid Rent”The following images show the appropriate lines to reference on your cash flow report which has been e-mailed to you. It is possible that the “Prepaid...


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