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Real Estate Investing Links for Beginners Ready to Learn the Ropes

Mary Ellen Vanaken

Mary Ellen was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City...

Mary Ellen was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City...

Dec 16 3 minutes read


If you have yet to dip your toes into the waters of owning a rental property, get ready for a shower of information. There is much (much!) more to it than buying a house or condo and watching people line up to lease your space. And for retirees considering a vacation home thinking it’s a good source of income, there are some things to know about that, too.



Before You Make the Decision

Which Is a Better Investment: Real Estate or Stocks?

Do Condos Make Good Rentals?

How to Find Investment Properties

Let Mary Ellen Vanaken Assist in Your Alpharetta Property Search

Financing Your First Investment Property


Take Note of the Business Side

State-by-State Short Term Rental Regulations

What Legal Requirements are Necessary When Starting a Business?

You Can Quickly Form a Georgia LLC Online

Real Estate Tax and Rental Property

 

It’s Yours. Now What?

11 Things Tenants Look for in a Property

5 Low-Cost Ways To Increase The Value Of Your Rental Property

How to Screen Tenants: Finding Responsible Renters

What Makes a Good Vacation Rental?

 

Resources to Help Keep Your Property Clean and Ready to Rent

 

How to Hire a Property Manager: Tips to Find the Right Pro

Partner with Local Vacation Rental Management

Do I Need Homeowners Insurance or Landlord Insurance for a Rental Property?

7 Things You Need to Know About Vacation Rental Cleaning

 

 

Each of the above links is there to help you make a smart choice before, during, and after you’ve bought a rental. The info contained within them is free and could help you avoid making a mistake along the path toward becoming a real estate investor. The key takeaways are that you have to weigh your options, choose your property wisely, and get help where you need it. 

 

 

When you’re ready to take the leap into buying a rental property, take the guesswork out of this process by working with Alpharetta real estate expert Mary Ellen Vanaken. Call today for an appointment! 770-521-7291.

Article by Jim Vogel with eldersaction.org, Image via Pinterest.






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