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Tips for Choosing the Landscaping of Your Rental Home in Charleston

By Albert Fontenot April 23, 2015 Curbside appeal is the most important factors in determining whether your rental home in Charleston sits empty or is continuously occupied. Potential tenants are looking for a place that they can call home, and if your property is unattractive, they will drive right on by without ever stopping to […]

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The Changing Landscape of the Charleston Rental Market

By Albert Fontenot April 7, 2015 Right now, there are more new apartment units under construction in the area than ever before, and rent prices and vacancy rates in the Charleston rental market are already beginning to be affected. According to a recent article in the Post and Courier, the region’s current vacancy rate is […]

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Your Charleston Rental Property and Mold, Part Two – Clean Up

by Albert Fontenot February 10, 2015 In the last entry, I gave you some information about your Charleston rental property and mold – specifically, what “toxic mold” is, what causes it, and the hazards that it produces, both for the health of your tenants and for your exposure to civil liability. Hopefully, when you inspect […]

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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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