Are you ready to rent out your second home? There are a few things you should take care of before you put it on the market. This list should help you get started.
Sharing a treehouse with your siblings was great. But sharing a vacation home is a little more complicated. This time if you fight, you can’t ask mom and dad to solve the problem. So how do you avoid the big arguments altogether? Ask yourself--and your siblings--these questions. You’ll be happy you did.
Timeshares are the ugly ducklings of vacation homes. But is buying in always a terrible idea? Maybe not.
After location, the first thing vacationers want to know is where everyone will sleep in a rental house. These 6 kinds of bedrooms will help you attract renters!
Owning a vacation home is a lot of fun, but also a lot of responsibility. If you rent yours out, cleaning up after renters may be one of those responsibilities. Can you count on them to do it themselves?
A property management company just isn’t for you. So what do you need to know before you take the DIY approach to renting out your vacation home?
You feel like an investment property is a better way to save for retirement than a 401 (k). So can you use your current retirement savings plan to buy the property in the first place? And more importantly, should you?
Your owner's closet is like a treasure chest for your second home. Here's what to keep in it.
When you buy a vacation home you're going to get a lot of requests for a free night's stay. Here's how to say "no" without feeling like a jerk.
The school year is winding down, and before you know it college students across the county will be looking for a place to live in the next year. Having a quality rental property in a college town can be a big money maker, but is it worth the hassle? We asked Steve Taylor from Wolfe and Taylor for the rundown for our latest Ask the Expert post.