Manage Like Michael

Designated Broker / Owner Michael Wilson gives his 2¢ on the Rental Industry. 


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Need a Good Vendor: A Guide

By J. Michael Wilson | Jun 7, 2018

Need a good handyman or Sub-contractor? Use these questions to start your interview with a potential vendor. They will help you protect your investment property, […]

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Selecting the Right Property Manager

By J. Michael Wilson | May 24, 2018

Looking for a Property Manager to manage your investment property? Here are some tips: Carefully selecting the right property manager is one of (if not) […]

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Service Animals in Rentals

By J. Michael Wilson | May 10, 2018

Is it a pet or service animal? There’s a difference! Service animals and Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are not pets.  Tenants who have them are […]

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Rent Prices Have Failed to Keep Up with Surging Property Values

By J. Michael Wilson | Apr 19, 2018

Rental prices are not keeping up with home sale values. Taking into consideration the current market and recent property tax increases in our area, it’s […]

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Spring Cleaning for your Rental Property

By J. Michael Wilson | Apr 5, 2018

Proactive spring cleaning for your rental property: A quick guide to a spring inspection of your property investment. It’s time to clean out your home […]

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Avoid Rookie Mistakes

Three Rookie Mistakes to Avoid

By J. Michael Wilson | Mar 22, 2018

Don’t make these rookie mistakes! Avoid a sticky situation with your tenants by following these three rules to property management. Make sure you are following […]

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Timing the Rental Market

By J. Michael Wilson | Mar 8, 2018

Knowing when to market your property is half the battle. Profitably managing a rental property depends in large part on timing. First off – a […]

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