Knowledge Base

Knowledge Base

  • Lawn maintenance in Orlando: know before you buy

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    When it comes to owning a property in Orlando at least one thing is constant: the cutting and maintaining of grass. One of your first priorities as a landlord in the city is to ensure that the lawn of the property is well maintained and cut at regular intervals throughout the year...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • Selling your home in Orlando: the documents you need

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    You will need a solid understanding of the ins and outs of the process, regardless of whether you decide to sell your home independently or through a real estate agent in Orlando. This includes understanding the various documents that need to be prepared and their separate functions. Here is an introduction to the main forms needed for a home sale in Orlando and what they do:

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • Appliance and utility repairs in Orlando: know before you buy

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    One of the many tasks that property management companies perform is the timely repairs and regular maintenance of tenant appliances and utilities. This is very important for three main reasons – 1) to keep tenants happy 2) to prevent damage to the building and 3) to increase the life span of the components. The reason that it's imperative that property management personnel are capable of performing these tasks is because there really is no viable alternative – especially if a foreign investor lives in a different time zone...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • How to evict tenants who won't pay their rent in Orlando

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    One of the more common problems that landlords in Orlando face is getting tenants to pay the rent on time. While most disputes over payment will be resolved through the sending of a timely reminder to the tenant, things can sometimes escalate and may result in the landlord having no choice buy to evict that individual from the property. Here are the main steps involved in evicting a tenant for lack of payment...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • The bad tenants to look out for in Orlando

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    Bad tenants are every landlord's worst nightmare. While any good property manager will screen prospective tenants before allowing them into your home, the odd bad apple will still sometimes slip through the net. Here we look at some of the characters you'd rather avoid housing as a landlord in Orlando...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • Selling your property in Orlando: know before you buy

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    While selling your home in Orlando may seem like a long way off, as a property investor it's always important to have have your exit strategy in mind. Here are the steps to take to get the ball rolling on your home sale in Orlando...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • The best time to sell your property in Orlando

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    There is some debate as to when is the right time to sell a property in Orlando. While everyone has their own option, ultimately it will come down to a variety of factors. Here we look at some of the current thinking surrounding when the best time of the year to list a home on Orlando's real estate market...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • Selling your home in Orlando: the documents you'll need

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    There is usually a significant amount of paperwork involved in selling a home in Orlando, and, in most US property transactions, it's usually the seller's responsibility to prepare much of the necessary documentation. While your real estate agent in Orlando will usually take care of this on your behalf, it's important that you are aware of the key documents involved in the process as well their various functions...

    14th October, 2015Continue reading
  • Buying a property in Orlando: a guide for first-time investors

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    Orlando has been ranked as one of the most investment-friendly cities in the United States from a buy-to-let perspective. Investing in property is not without its risks, however, even in a high-growth market like Orlando. Before you go begin your property search, you need an effective investment strategy in place that will minimise your risk levels and help you to secure the best deal. Here are some useful suggestions to bear in mind...

    13th October, 2015Continue reading
  • Real estate investment strategies In Orlando

    by: Prime Asset Investments

    Real estate investing is rarely a one-dimensional process. With a range of investment strategies to choose from, the first stage in the process is really to decide on your end objective and how you choose to structure your investment. Here is an overview of some of the more popular strategies investors are currently using in the Orlando market, and of what each one entails...

    13th October, 2015Continue reading

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    28th July, 2016