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Top Tips When Buying Investment Property in Tucson

Property Management Blog Want to be an investor in Tucson real estate? You’re not the only one considering such a move. The Tucson real estate market has been booming and attracting a lot of interest from investors, corporations and households. Each group might have its own reasons, but some overlap. Tucson has been enjoying a growing job market. ...

Arizona Security Deposit Law

Property Management Blog For landlords in Arizona, security deposits are akin to safety nets. By requiring a tenant to pay it, they essentially guarantee themselves protection against any liabilities their tenant may cause. At least, to some extent. Arizona, much like other states, has a security deposit law in place. It’s contained in the statewide la...

Reasons to Invest in Tucson Real Estate

Property Management Blog Are you looking to invest in Tucson, AZ? If so, you’re on the right track!Arizona has a booming real estate market. Many investors look to Phoenix and Scottsdale when thinking about their next moves in the industry. However, you should consider the potential benefits of investing in Tucson properties as well.Tucson is a growing city...

Eviction Process in Tucson Arizona

Property Management Blog First and foremost, evicting a tenant is inevitable in any landlord’s career. As a landlord in Tucson, you can evict a tenant for a number of reasons. These include nonpayment of rent, lease violation or engaging in criminal activities within the property. During a tenant eviction, you must follow the due process as laid out un...

Arizona Landlord Tenant Laws

Property Management Blog Landlord-tenant laws in Arizona are landlord-friendly. In other words, the tenancy laws in Arizona have a more secure legal environment for property owners than they do for tenants. Tucson is home to 1,514,208 residents, according to the latest census estimates. Of these, more than 50% are renters. As such, landlord-tenant law comes ...

Am I Ready to Become a Landlord? | Tucson, Arizona Landlord Advice

Property Management Blog Renting out a residential property is an excellent way to earn some consistent rental income and build the value of your asset for long-term returns on your investment. Investing in real estate makes a lot of financial sense.However, it also comes with risks and headaches. You have to be sure you’re ready to be a landlord. You need ...

The Benefits of Hiring a Property Manager to Manage My Rental Property | Tucson Landlord Advice

Property Management Blog Smart investors know that working with a locally based Tucson property management company can result in more revenue and less stress.It’s not just about the money, however. There are dozens of benefits to hiring a professional property manager when you’re renting out a home. We’re looking at some of those in today’...

Are You Really Saving Money Managing Your Tucson Property Yourself?

Property Management Blog Many rental property owners decide to manage their Tucson rental properties on their own instead of hiring a professional property manager because they think they are saving money. Without having to pay a leasing fee or a monthly management fee, those do-it-yourself landlords think they are spending less and earning more with their invest...

What's My Home Worth As a Tucson Rental Property?

Property Management Blog Establishing the right rental value for your property requires an understanding of the market and an idea of what tenants are willing to pay. Ultimately, both the Tucson rental market and your property’s condition will drive the amount of money you’ll be able to collect in rent.If you’re thinking about renting out your ...

How Long Will It Take To Rent Out My Home in Tucson?

Property Management Blog The Tucson rental market ultimately drives how long it will take to rent out your property. When there’s a lot of competition, and the market is flooded with homes like yours, good tenants will have abundant choices, and you may have to wait longer to find someone to rent your home. When the market is a bit tighter, and tenants are ...

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