Category: multifamily

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Should You Consolidate All Your Insurance with One Provider?

The types of things you should or could have insurance for vary as widely as the types of coverage and plans that are available for you. So the first thing you need to do is take a look at the assets that you own and decide if that item is...

Rental Property Basics 101 0

Rental Property Basics 101

On yesterday’s Open House With Team Reba show, we explored the beginning discussion of investment rental property. While we had an outline that we didn’t quite fully get covered (next show will cover the topics we ran out of time for) there was a lot of great information to digest....

Could your renter be making money off your rental on AirBnB? 0

Could your renter be making money off your rental on AirBnB?

Huntbnb Lets Landlords, Neighbors Find Airbnb Listings Airbnb has found its way in to the mainstream as an easy, and usually cheaper, alternative to short hotel stays for travelers. From the perspective of a rental housing owner, Airbnb provides an opportunity for tenants to sublet without the knowledge of the...

Interesting fun facts about increase in housing permits for Seattle in 2012 0

Interesting fun facts about increase in housing permits for Seattle in 2012

I get a weekly email from the local Master Builder’s Association with interesting news about what’s going on in a variety of municipalities in the King, Pierce and Snohomish County areas. Here was a tidbit that caught my eye today… 2012 was the Highest Net Increase of Housing Units Ever...

December 2012 Team Reba Newsletter 0

December 2012 Team Reba Newsletter

We’ve been remiss in putting out our monthly newsletter and we’re getting back on track starting today! Here is a link to our “December Real Estate Update“: This Newsletter is full of interesting and useful information that I think you will enjoy whether you are a buyer, seller, homeowner, or...

Reminder – landlords in Washington State must provide carbon monoxide alarms in 2013 0

Reminder – landlords in Washington State must provide carbon monoxide alarms in 2013

REMINDER – Washington State Carbon Monoxide Requirements If you’re not aware by now, consider this a friendly reminder that new requirements for carbon monoxide (CO) detectors kick in on January 1, 2013. Effective January 1, 2013 ALL rental housing units in the State will be required to be equipped with...

Landlords in Washington State need to be aware of new laws on tenant screening, June 2012 0

Landlords in Washington State need to be aware of new laws on tenant screening, June 2012

I am a member of Rental Housing Association of Puget Sound and this is a very important announcement: New Tenant Screening Requirement for Landlords Takes Effect Soon SB 6315 takes effect June 7, 2012 By Sean Martin, RHA Perhaps the most important byproduct to come out of the 2012 legislative...

How to avoid a bad rental property purchase… 0

How to avoid a bad rental property purchase…

Learn How to Decipher the Good Properties from the Bad Apples & How to Accurately Set Your Rents!! During this presentation, Michelle Broderson and Julie Johnson will educate attendees about: • How rents factor into the purchase of a property • How rents factor into the cash flow of property...

RHA Event for Eastside coming fast! April 23rd (this Thursday) Sign up today!!! 0

RHA Event for Eastside coming fast! April 23rd (this Thursday) Sign up today!!!

Lots of our clients know what we’re associate members of the Rental Housing Association of Puget Sound. One of the reasons we really like this outfit is that they cater to landlords with smaller investment portfolios than the big guys who own the massive apartment complexes or shopping centers. Their...