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Preparing for the Hurricane

Here is our list of what you can do to be prepared for the hurricane. If you need immediate assistance and cannot reach or office by phone, please call our Emergency contact phone # 919-256-6132. Please watch your local news outlets for the latest weather updates....

Best Neighborhoods to Live in Raleigh, NC

No matter what stage you are in your life, you’ll want to consider buying or renting Raleigh property. For one, it consistently ranks on lists of top 10 places to live in the U.S. If you’re thinking of moving to the City of Oaks, here are its best...

What to Know About Breaking a Lease in NC

A lease is a legally binding agreement that, in most cases, can’t be broken until the end of the lease term. Leaving before the expiry of a fixed-term lease without paying for the remainder of the rent due is what’s referred to as breaking a lease. In...

Quick Guide on How to Evict a Tenant in North Carolina

According to North Carolina’s landlord-tenant law, a tenant can be evicted following a number of reasons. They include: Nonpayment of rent Tenant continuing living on the property after the lease has been terminated and without the permission of the landlord Tenant...

Tips for Maintaining Your Rental Property

Having a rental property can be a rewarding experience for any determined landlord. For you to succeed as a property owner you must attract high-quality renters and do all you can to retain them. Being vigilant and thorough during the tenant screening process will...

How To Find The Right Property Management Company

Most people begin their real estate investing business by buying a single-family home to use as an income producing property.  But between the 9-5 day job, the family, the kids, the sports, and everything else, they quickly discover that they don’t have the time...

Tips For Collecting Rent on Time

As a Raleigh property owner, you naturally expect to receive rent from your tenants at the turn of each month without fail. It can be frustrating if, at the end of each month, a lessee consistently fails to pay when the rent is due. Not only is it a waste of your...