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Blog Post Who is Responsible for the Housing Shortage?

Who is Responsible for the Housing Shortage?

Why is there a housing shortage? Many Americans are quick to blame investment banks, large corporations, and institutional housing investors for the shortage of housing. One example of this misdirected blame is the criticism recently directed towards Blackrock, a giant investment...
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Blog Post What Landlords Need to Do During a Plumbing Emergency

What Landlords Need to Do During a Plumbing Emergency

Plumbing emergencies are bound to happen sooner or later; it’s just one of those things you should expect when managing a rental property. When it does happen, don’t panic! Here are some helpful tips on what to do in different plumbing-related situations.1. Turn off t...
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Blog Post The Demand for Housing Continues to Soar

The Demand for Housing Continues to Soar

The COVID-19 pandemic increased the demand for suburban homes when remote work and school forced people look for larger living spaces. Many people left urban areas and cities to move to the suburbs for bigger and more affordable homes. With housing prices soaring and the continue...
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Blog Post The Top Three Features Tenants Are Looking For

The Top Three Features Tenants Are Looking For

The world has changed a lot in the past year and a half due to COVID-19. With the rise of remote work and working from home, potential tenants have more to think about when choosing where to live. Instead of commuting to work every day, many are spending more time working fr...
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Blog Post A Quick Guide to Residential Condominium Production in Oregon

A Quick Guide to Residential Condominium Production in Oregon

The whole country is experiencing a housing shortage, and Oregon is no exception. Although condos are a small fraction of overall housing available, they’re also an option for people looking for a home. Read on if you’re interested in learning more about the history a...
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Blog Post 7 Reasons Why You Need Smart Faucets in Your Home

7 Reasons Why You Need Smart Faucets in Your Home

Installing smart faucets in your home is one of the trendiest household upgrades you can do right now. But while they’re more popular these days, they’re not a new thing and have been around for years. So, why are smart faucets enjoying a popularity surge today? ...
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Blog Post The Complicated Issue of the Housing Market

The Complicated Issue of the Housing Market

There is a housing crisis that is currently affecting people across the U.S. In a nutshell, there are people who want to buy homes, but there are no houses to buy. What’s causing this problem?The housing issue is a complex one. While many people are quick to blame instituti...
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Blog Post The Most Common Air Conditioning Issues to Watch Out For

The Most Common Air Conditioning Issues to Watch Out For

When summer comes and the heat rises, air conditioning issues can also arise. If you’ve been regularly maintaining the air conditioning units in your rentals, you shouldn’t encounter any problems. However, unexpected issues and repairs can still sometimes happen, even...
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Blog Post Mom-and-Pop Landlords Hit Harder by the Eviction Ban

Mom-and-Pop Landlords Hit Harder by the Eviction Ban

Recent research by Nevada Realtors (NVR) has shown that smaller landlords, also known as “mom-and-pop” landlords, have been hit harder by the eviction moratoriums when compared to larger corporate landlords. “Mom-and-pop” landlords are defined as those who...
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Blog Post What Does The Ceased Eviction Moratorium Mean for Landlords

What Does The Ceased Eviction Moratorium Mean for Landlords

The U.S Supreme Court has decided to end the nationwide eviction moratorium, and this decision could have a major impact on landlords all across America.The moratorium will officially end on October 3rd, 2021.This decision will allow property owners to evict tenants who are late ...
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