At Tellus, our goal is to write helpful content for anyone interested in real estate. Here’s what was on the table this past month.
This two-part series covers the importance of location in real estate and provides tips on choosing the right one. Read more about location in Part I: Here's Why and Part II: 10 Tips for Choosing the Right One.
Landlords understand knowing the difference between repairs and improvements for a rental property can have a huge impact on their taxes. Learn about these differences here.
Tiny houses may seem like a romantic tribute to freedom and minimalism, but they come with some unexpected complications.
Both service animals and emotional support animals have different requirements. Landlords must be aware of these differences and understand the legal guidelines when selecting tenants.
You finally are renting out your property. Now, you might wonder, “How do I set the rent?” Here’s how.
Most people use these terms interchangeably, but there is a difference. Learn more about their places in the landlord-tenant relationship.
Owning your first rental property is a great goal, but starting out can seem impossible without money in the bank. House hacking may be your answer.
A home with high curb appeal leaves a great impression and has a huge impact on demand at resale. We list 10 tips on how to increase curb appeal.
Did you know that a landlord should have a reserve fund? Read more about how much is needed for repairs and vacancies.
An HOA’s purpose is to protect property values. This can mean rental restrictions for landlords. We discuss 4 tips to help you determine if renting out an HOA is right for you.
Thank you for reading the best of August! Tune in next month for more articles. And if you ever have ideas or suggestions about what to cover, you can always email us at email@example.com