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.
You had a bad feeling about those last renters. They seemed okay on paper, but they just moved out and the place is trashed! You don’t even know where to start. So what do you do now? Stay calm and read these steps.
Do you need to keep your vacation home rented so you don’t end up in the hole? Keep renters happy, and coming back for more, by replacing these things as soon as you need to.
Don't let your vacation home sit empty in the off season. Learn how to rent it and make some cash on your investment!
Investing in property is an exciting move. If you’re planning on renting out your new place, have you thought about how that will work? You can do it yourself, hire a property management firm, or combine the two. What’s your plan?
Vacation should be easy. If you want vacationers to rent your house year after year, and refer their friends, make it easy. Start by stocking the kitchen.
Extra bathrooms in your investment property will make it a lot more appealing to renters. You might share a bathroom at home, but don't you want more on vacation?
Make sure your guests have all the essentials. Because no one wants to buy a corkscrew or bottle opener their first night of vacation.