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Landlord 101: 5 Tips for First-Time Charleston Landlords

By Albert Fontenot April 28, 2015 For most first-time Charleston landlords, experience is the best – and most bitter – teacher. On the one hand, there is nothing like real experience to give you the knowledge you need to become successful in the landlord game. On the other hand, if you’re a small, independent property […]

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Flooring Choices for Charleston Landlords

by Albert Fontenot February 3, 2015 Replacing the flooring in your rental property/properties is one of the most common expenses faced by every landlord in Charleston. Because of the wear and tear, damage, stains, and everyday abuse heaped upon floors by tenants, many landlords find it necessary to replace part of or all of the […]

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How to Compete as an Independent Charleston Landlord

  January 31, 2015 By Albert Fontenot “Charleston has been a great owner’s market in the last several years, and those times are nearing an end. This new supply of apartments will have an impact on the ability of pricing of our products, and it’s a typical supply-and-demand thing.” ~Mike Schwarz, partner at Woodfield Investments, […]

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Why You Should Invest in Rental Properties in Charleston, South Carolina

by Albert Fontenot January 15, 2015 “Over the past 14 years, rents have grown at twice the pace of income, due to weak income growth, burgeoning rental demand, and insufficient growth in the supply of rental housing. (In 2015), we expect rents to rise even faster than home values, meaning that another increase in total […]

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