Name: Brian Davis

Web Site: http://www.ezlandlordforms.com/

Bio: Brian Davis, Vice President of EZLandLord Forms.com, is a seasoned landlord and real estate expert. He works to empower landlords and property managers across the United States with valuable information and documents to support their work. With over a dozen rental properties of his own, Brian Davis understands what it takes to be an effective landlord through first-hand experience.

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    You’re Making More $Money$ – So Why Are You Not Getting Wealthy?

    August 21st, 2017

    bank budgeting wealth tipsIt may not be fun or glamorous to put yourself on a stringent budget, but it is what separates the trajectories of two people who earn the same income.

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    Every Smart Landlord Has One – Do You?

    June 22nd, 2017

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    Landlording/Tenant Jobs – Your Lease Must Make It Clear

    November 9th, 2016

    Here’s a goose bump-inducing fact for you: Florida is home to more than 80 species of mosquitoes – more than in any other state or province in North America. Is it any wonder that lawmakers in Florida require that windows in rental properties have screens and that landlords must repair those screens once every year? It’s true! It’s part of Florida’s landlord-tenant law.

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    Steps Landlords Must Take When Renters Leave Owing

    October 21st, 2016

    Landlord Move Out FormIn the real world, tenant security deposits are often not enough to cover the costs of cleaning, repairing, and otherwise preparing the unit for new tenants.  So what can Landlords do when renters leave owing more than the security deposit?

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    Landlording Infographic – Common Property Issues & Repairs

    September 29th, 2016

    propertyrepairstoolbeltLandlording – selling, buying or leasing out property for cash flow – can be serious business.  Whether the property is an older building or new construction, getting the lowdown on your property is of utmost importance prior to making an investment.  Code violations and maintenance problems can be quickly identified; however, many of the most common and usually minor problems go unnoticed.

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    Become an Expert in One Niche Before Tackling More

    April 22nd, 2016

    potentialinvestorMillionaires don’t earn that title from only investing in stocks, or just from working and setting aside money in a savings account.  Most of America’s wealthy did not inherit their riches either.  Rather, most millionaires have their income eggs in many baskets… but they didn’t start out that way.

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    7 Signs a Seller is Not-So-Savvy and May Sell Low

    March 18th, 2016

    motivated seller signsThe housing market is rebounding, with prices on the rise in most metro areas, and inventory is noticeably tight as buyers scramble to enter the market before prices rise further and many would-be sellers sit and wait for higher prices.  But there are still deals to be found out there, for savvy buyers who know what to look for when making a real estate investment.  Not all sellers are brimming with intellect or experience, and spotting them from a distance means knowing who’s likely to accept those hard, fast, lowball offers.  Here are seven signs to look for, to spot those not-so-savvy sellers and score a low price. Read the rest of this entry “

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    Free Accounting Help For Real Estate Investors

    November 3rd, 2015

    Real Estate Investing AccountingReal estate investing means financial finagling: multiple bank accounts, constant money shuffling and all the accounting headaches that come with the territory.  If you use limited liability companies (LLCs) to hold various properties, each one will need its own checking account.  Likewise for each series in a Delaware Series LLC.  If you have a 401(k), that may well be with a separate investment broker.  Then there are the IRAs, Roth IRAs or perhaps SEP-IRAs for retirement, and the 529 accounts for college savings.

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    How to Locate Wholesale Properties

    October 13th, 2015

    03-24-14 - flipping houses1Wholesaling generally refers to the process of buying a property for below market price, and then selling it to another investor, usually without fixing up the property – it’s a procedure also sometimes described as “flipping properties”.

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    Best Proven Ways To Find Great Real Estate Deals

    June 9th, 2015

    shoppingfordealsEvery time you turn you hear of new ways to find real estate deals.  But, there are a few things which remain relatively constant, from location mattering to some tried-and-true ways to find great real estate investment deals.  While there are nearly as many ways to find deals as there are investors, there are a few proven methods which can work effectively even as markets shift and turn.

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