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What Can Owners Do to Protect Their Rental Property Investment?

Owning and managing rental property is a superior real estate investment opportunity because of the passive income you stand to earn. In this article, we outline six helpful strategies property owners can use to protect their rental property investment.

National Property Inspections Franchisees Welcomes Four New Franchise Owners in January

National Property Inspections, Inc., parent company of National Property Inspections in the United States and Global Property Inspections in Canada, is pleased to announce...

National Property Inspections Welcomes New Franchise Owners in December

National Property Inspections, Inc., parent company of National Property Inspections in the United States and Global Property Inspections in Canada, is excited to announce...

Wyndham Vacation Ownership Executes First Fee-For-Service Timeshare Sales Model At Myrtle Beach, SC Property

Franchising.com: Wyndham Vacation Ownership, a member of the Wyndham Worldwide family of companies, today announced it has entered into an exclusive sales and marketing agreement...
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4 Essential Property Manager Tips You Need to Know

There are new multifamily communities going up all over the country which is increasing the demand for experienced property managers to maintain them. Here are four tips you, as a property manager, should know to be successful in this business.
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3 Security Tips All Business Owners Should Know

When you own a business, you want to ensure it’s safe from outside threats, such as burglars and other hazards. This is key to avoiding unnecessary losses. Let's review three important security tips you need to know.
Property Management

How Property Management Can Make You Passive Income

Property management companies are essential resources for real estate investors. They can help eliminate the stress of owning multiple rental properties. Learn how they can help you earn more passive income
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Injured on Someone’s Property as a Contractor? What’s Next

Everyone knows accidents can occur when work is taking place on home projects. The big question, however, is who will pay for the damages and injuries resulting from the accident. When a contractor is injured, they and the owner of the home need to understand what may happen next.
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Legal Responsibilities Business Owners Often Overlook

Owning a business naturally incurs some legal responsibilities on your part. Learn how to protect yourself and your company from penalties and other legal action.
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How Will Reopening Affect the UK Property Market?

What does the reopening of the UK property market mean for UK homeowners and buyers? We look for answers to this question here.
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Water Damage: What Real Estate Owners Need to Know

Residential property can sustain water damage from leaking pipes, improperly fitted home appliances, or a natural disaster. For real estate owners, this is a serious issue. So if you suspect water damage in one of your properties, find a restoration expert as soon as possible.
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Mistakes Investors and Business Owners Make

When you’re new to investing or to the business world, mistakes are often inevitable. However, with good planning and careful execution, you can avoid the worst mistakes.

5 Things You Should Know Before Buying Investment Property

The San Diego area is one of the “hot” real-estate markets in California. San Diego still has relatively affordable single-family and multi-family buildings that you can easily convert into an investment property or rental. If you are thinking of breaking into this market, here are 5 things you should consider about managing your new investment property.

How to Successfully Launch a Property Management Company

Running a property management company is much harder than it appears from the outside looking in. After all, you are managing people’s homes, condos, or apartments, as well as overseeing all the maintenance and repairs. However, running a property management company can be extremely lucrative. This article will give you some tips for getting ahead in this highly competitive industry. Let’s take a look at how to successfully launch a property management company.

How to Achieve Greater Returns on Your Business’s Property Investments

Everyone who buys property does so with several goals in mind, one of which is most likely to make a profit when they sell it. This is true for buyers investing in a home, landlords in buy-to-let purchases and for businesses looking to invest in their own work premises. All too often, however, the projected profit when selling a property doesn’t materialize. As a business owner, you may have invested in your business premises with a strategy in place that includes selling it at a profit one day. What steps can you take to maximize the return on your investment (ROI) from your property?

Franchisees Find a Bright Future in the Property Inspection Industry

NPI’s turn-key franchise system gives franchisees the tools, training and support to succeed in the property inspection industry.

Franchisee Hits the Ground Running with Real Property Management

Real Property Management is the nation's leading residential property management company, and the only national property management franchisor.

Making the Move to UNITS Franchise Ownership

In 2004, Michael T. McAlhany founded UNITS Moving and Portable Storage Inc., and with it the most durable and spacious mobile storage containers in the industry.

Rockin’ Jump Franchise Sales Director Leaps to Franchise Ownership

Aaron Bakken has been Franchise Sales Director for Rockin’ Jump since 2010, and as of the last year, he is also a co-owner of a Rockin’ Jump in Madison, WI.

Building Relationships and Restoring Property One Job at a Time

We recently spoke with Jack Hanks, CEO of Restore 24/7, and learned what a typical day is like for franchisees, where he sees the business headed in the next five years and what he looks for in potential franchisees.