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The Downsizing Queen. That’s the self-proclaimed nickname that Cathy Romano went by in her early days as a Realtor. “I started out [moving] people from a bigger space,” said Romano, who has lived in Lake Austin for 31 years. “People had these big, old houses. But their kids were gone, and they needed less space.”
The impact of technology on the real estate industry is indisputable. There’s no shortage of real estate tech tools on the market, but it can be challenging to determine which ones are worthwhile for Realtors to use. To keep pace with the ever-evolving landscape and work more efficiently, Realtors will likely want to add (or keep) certain tech tools in their toolbox.
It's a fast-paced rental market, and many Realtors are hunting for the best new lease listings in their area. Finding them before it's too late won't be an easy task. The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) reports this fierce field has grown larger and more competitive.
Landlords are busy. With so many tasks involved in managing rental properties, property inspections may be overlooked. The problem with that is a small violation can then escalate to a bigger issue.
In the 1920s, architects invented a new home dining experience: the cozy, casual breakfast nook. But after social isolation has significantly ceased, could a breakfast nook still be the way to bring more happiness and comfort to the home experience?
For a landlord, a rental property is an uphill battle against mishaps, calamities, the hands of time and sometimes nature itself. To guard their investment, property owners must plan ahead, maneuver tactfully and sometimes be prepared to cut their losses.
“Do you have a pet-friendly policy?” It’s a common question that landlords receive before attempting to rent a single-family home.
Although some modifications cannot be considered such as replacing all the flooring or repainting the entire home, allowing minor modifications helps tenants feel like a rental property is indeed “home."
Each state will exhibit different property code requirements for rekeying rentals. This is partially due to the demographics and population needs of individual landlords and tenants.
Property managers and landlords are often faced with uncomfortable choices: to rent to the well-meaning but credit-challenged tenants or wait until the ideal candidates pop up.