First of all, you want to have your properties close to either where you live or your office. Your time is valuable. You might think that driving 40 minutes is no big deal, but when you have to drive out, ...
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From my experience, most residential leases are one-sided in favor of the landlord. The typical lease requires the tenant to make minor repairs, and the landlord will be responsible only for major system failures – such as the dishwasher stops working and cannot be repaired.Read More »
The apartment industry in Charlotte is doing well. Rents have been soaring, and occupancies are up – all thanks to the downturn in the single-family housing market. But just because apartment owners are seeing a rise in business it doesn’t mean they want to fork over money to register their properties with the city.Read More »