What To Expect During A NYC Rental Inspection

Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, it is important to understand what is involved in a NYC rental inspection. Learn more about what to watch out for in our latest post! There are a number of times when a property inspection may take place. inspections are done when a tenant is moving in, moving … Continued

How To Classify Your Property As Low-Income In NYC

As a real estate investor, it may be wise to learn how to classify your property as low-income in the NYC area. There can be many benefits to doing this when you get the right tenants in place. In our latest post, we outline the process and the benefits classifying your property as low-income can … Continued

How to Improve Tenant Retention in NYC

Anyone can become a landlord. But not everyone knows how to find and keep quality tenants. To help increase your overall ROI, we have put together some ideas to help improve tenant retention! In the simplest terms, the more turnovers you have, the more days your property will be vacant. The more days your property sits … Continued

The Eviction Process – Do’s and Don’ts in NYC

As a landlord, you will inevitably have to deal with the eviction process. It’s never fun, for you or the tenant. But there are ways to prepare, so you can make things go as smoothly as possible. Here are some do’s and don’ts to help you navigate the process. What You Should Do: Try to … Continued

Should You Hire A Property Management Company in NYC?

Some people go into multi-family investments thinking it will be a breeze. After dealing with collections, maintenance, complaints, and repairs they will soon realize, being a landlord is a lot of work! At what point should you hire a property management company? It is a decision many landlords face. Do the benefits outweigh the cost? … Continued

Handling Rental Deposits in NYC – Deductions and Returns

Owning a rental property can be a great way to earn additional income. However, you’ll need to abide by the book in order to avoid conflicts and keep the peace. As a landlord, you will need to collect and handle rental deposits when tenants come or go. It can be an area of contention when tenants … Continued