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Business Un-usual (Episode 2): Communications Accelerated

Mitch Deminski - Friday, September 25, 2020
In Episode 2 of Business Un-usual: Communications Accelerated, we rap about how communication has evolved during COVID-19 with owners, residents, and between property management teams; featuring three experts in the property management space: Glenn Russell of Coastal Group Inc., Mitch Deminski of Solutions for Real Estate, and Troy Evans ...

Business Un-usual (Episode 1): Operations Evolved

Mitch Deminski - Friday, September 25, 2020
In episode 1 of Business Un-usual: Operations Evolved, we dive right into how business operations have changed at record speeds including what’s worked and what hasn’t in light of COVID-19. Full transcript:

How to Diversify your Real Estate Investment Portfolio: Guide for Columbus Property Managers

Mitch Deminski - Friday, September 18, 2020
Property Management Blog
Diversifying your investment portfolio has always been wise advice, and it’s one of the reasons that people start investing in real estate. They know that owning real property is an excellent way to protect themselves against the ups and downs of the stock market.Things are always changing, even in the Columbus real estate market. W...

Columbus Rental Property Maintenance Checklist: Guide to Prevent Costly Emergency Repairs

Mitch Deminski - Friday, August 21, 2020
Property Management Blog
Most owners know that move-in and move-out inspections are essential for documenting the condition of their investment property. However, by conducting at least one annual assessment while the tenant is in place, you’re taking an extra step to protect the value of your home, enforce your lease agreement, and look for unreported or d...

Renovations and Upgrades that will Maximize Your Rental Income | Columbus Property Management Tips

Mitch Deminski - Friday, July 24, 2020
Property Management Blog
Most real estate investors don’t want to spend thousands of dollars completely renovating their Columbus rental properties. You don’t have to. However, you do have to offer a clean and well-maintained home, otherwise your vacancy days are going to get longer and you’re not going to attract the best residents. W...

Owner Communication: What Should a Property Investor Expect from their Columbus Property Manager?

Mitch Deminski - Friday, October 25, 2019
Property Management Blog
Communication between owners and property managers is essential, and the most common complaint we hear from clients who come to us from other property management companies is that they weren’t receiving good communication from their management team.Every owner is different. Some want to receiving a lot of communication and others o...

Do You Know the Biggest Factor to a Good Return on Your Columbus Real Estate Investment?

Mitch Deminski - Friday, October 11, 2019
Property Management Blog
There are a lot of factors that impact an investor’s return on investment (ROI), but the one thing that really makes a difference is the tenant’s length of stay. When a Columbus rental property is vacant or suddenly empty, your costs increase. Not only are you losing rental income, you are also paying for utilities, lawn care...

What Can I Do to Get My Columbus Investment Property Rent-Ready Quickly?

Mitch Deminski - Friday, August 23, 2019
Property Management Blog
Preparing your property for the rental market is an essential first step in renting it out to qualified tenants. You’ll need to conduct an inspection to see what shape the property is in. Make a list of the work that needs to be done, complete that work, and then do another thorough inspection.Once the property is clean, empty, and ...

Best Ways to Pre-Screen Tenants for Your Columbus Rental Property

Mitch Deminski - Friday, August 9, 2019
Property Management Blog
When you’re beginning a tenant placement process, remember that time is money. You’ll save yourself a lot of time (and money) by pre-qualifying your potential applicants and avoiding unnecessary headaches.An immediate tenant seems rewarding at first, because it means someone will occupy the property and pay their rent sooner. ...

Lease Renewal Strategies to Maximize Columbus Investment Property Income

Mitch Deminski - Friday, July 26, 2019
Property Management Blog
Lease renewals should ultimately be managed by your professional Columbus property manager, who knows the market trends and can compare rents on a regular basis to ensure you are getting the value you should for your property.An increase in rent is based on the market and should be at least three percent of the current rent. At Solutions ...

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