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What can you evict for?

Eviction laws are slightly different in every U.S. state, but many of them are based on the same fundamentals. Generally, landlords needs specific reasons why they’re evicting tenants. Evictions must conform to a specified legal process where tenants are notified of the reasons for eviction processes and have certain time frames to comply with reforms that will stop the eviction process. Here are some of the things that allow landlords to evict tenants legally. Breach of Contract When it comes…Read More


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What can you evict for?

Eviction laws are slightly different in every U.S. state, but many of them are based on the same fundamentals. Generally, landlords needs specific reasons why they’re evicting tenants. Evictions must conform to a specified legal process where tenants are notified of the reasons for eviction processes and have certain time frames to comply with reforms […]

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Depreciation Schedule For Rental Property

Because a rental property is a business asset for most people, it means that there is the chance to add depreciation to the asset every year when tax season hits. This allows you to be able to protect your income from losses that you experience during the year. Over time, items just wear out. Knowing […]

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How Do You Fix A Hole In A Leather Couch

Having leather furniture is wonderful, comfortable, and speaks to sophistication and class. Over time, however, that leather can pick up some damage. It might be from pets, those keys you forgot in your pocket, or a number of other reasons, but holes can develop that look unsightly and can damage the furniture if left untreated. […]

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How To Fix A Trash Compactor

One of the most useful appliance in kitchens and garages today is the trash compactor. This small unit helps to condense the garbage a household collects and compress it into a more manageable solution. Many items that get thrown away have lots of air remaining in them and this creates wasted space. By removing that […]

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How To Buy Abandoned Property

Property that is abandoned is property that is vacant. It means there is no owner in possession of the property and this has grown quite common thanks to sub-prime mortgage bubble that burst in the Great Recession of 2008. Banks might even take over a property where they hold a deed, but may leave them […]

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How To Avoid Capital Gains Tax On Rental Property

When you buy and sell rental properties, then you can quickly fall into the trap of the capital gains tax. Whether you believe this tax is senseless or a needed part of the economy, the simple fact remains that being fully aware of your financial condition will help you pay the exact amount that is […]

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How Much Does A Property Survey Cost

In order to make improvements to your property, it is often beneficial to know where your property lines actually run. This allows you to stay out of the right-of-way that may be alongside your property or avoid legal issues that occur when a property line is encroached upon. You could scout out your own property […]

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Fair Market Value Of Rental Property

“There’s no way that I’m going to pay $1,400 per month for that rental,” I recently overheard an applicant tell a property manager. “It’s only got two bedrooms and one bathroom. It’s on the third floor and not easy to access. I could rent a house for $200 less per month and have more space.” […]

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How To Fix Dents In Drywall

Drywall is one of the easiest repairs to make in a home, but it can also be one of the trickiest repairs as well. If it isn’t done correctly, then the repair is going to stick out like a sore thumb. If you follow these steps, however, you’ll be able to get that wall looking […]

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