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12 April, 2022

Time for a board change at First Real Estate Investment Trust of New Jersey, Inc. (FREIT MD)

The last decade has brought record real estate values and low interest rates bringing incredible value to REITS over the time. In 2021 REITS such as Blackstone (https://therealdeal.com/2021/10/22/real-estate-powers-blackstones-best-quarter-ever/) reported the best earnings ever. The same can not be said of First Real Estate Investment Trust of New Jersey Inc, a public company OTC. During record […]

9 May, 2019

What to Consider Before Becoming a Landlord

Renting property can be a profitable business, if you do your homework first. Before you decide to become a landlord, learn a little more about what’s involved in getting into the rental business, and if it’s the right fit for your lifestyle. First and foremost, renting property involves a sizable financial investment. A landlord must […]

9 May, 2019

Seven Things Renters Should Do When They First Move In

Moving between rental properties can get overwhelming pretty quickly. The old place needs to be clean, cleared, and finalized. And at the same time, everything has to be moved into the new rental. It can be a lot, but there are a few tricks at tips that can make the entire process more efficient and […]

9 May, 2019

Selecting a High-End Apartment

Nearby schools, distance from work, amenities and nearby shops are all details that will narrow down your choices on where to begin your search. The following guidelines will aid you when selecting a high-end apartment once you have chosen the buildings you prefer. Choose a higher floor: The ground floor not only has the most […]

9 May, 2019

QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE YOU SIGN AN APARTMENT LEASE

So you’re ready to move into a new place and you think you’ve found the perfect apartment. All that’s left is to sign the lease. But wait! Pause that pen and read through this post before you make any permanent marks. What are you paying for? Be sure to check the apartment’s website, paperwork, or […]

9 May, 2019

How You Can Find an Apartment that Appeals to You in the Long Term

Unfortunately, apartment hunting is quite different from the hunting for dietary resources that our hunter-gatherer ancestors depended upon for their livelihoods. For example, while a tree that is full of ripe fruits or a plump wildebeest could have been depended upon by our ancestors for providing what their initial appearance promised, that is not the […]

9 May, 2019

How Renter’s Insurance Can Protect Your Place and Your Possessions

Whether you are a recent college graduate moving into your first apartment, an empty nester moving on to a smaller and more comfortable abode or a new retiree downsizing into a simpler (and less expensive) lifestyle, it is important to protect yourself and everything you have worked for. No matter where you live or who […]

9 May, 2019

Five Ways to Reduce the Costs of Moving to a New House

Whether you are relocating to a new city or just across town, the moving process can be quite expensive. Luckily though, there are a few things that you can do to reduce those costs. Compare the packages offered by different moving companies in order to find one that offers the best value for money. Taking […]

9 May, 2019

Eviction! It’s a Scary Word for Landlords and Property Managers

The word “eviction” is scary for all sides. When it is talked about, it is often from the viewpoint of a tenant who is worried about how to avoid it. However, landlords can find the word frightening as well. Nobody wants to evict a tenant, and doing it wrong can result in a lawsuit and […]

9 May, 2019

10 Ways to Make Your Apartment More Like Home without Annoying Your Landlord

When you rent your place of residence, you face restrictions that homeowners may not even consider. If you make too many modifications, you risk running afoul of the landlord, and those issues can loom large as you try to make your new apartment more like home. Given the restrictions of rental life, it might seem […]