Central Ohio Real Estate News and Views

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Managing Real Estate Broker - Rickert Property Management

ARCHIVED BLOG POSTS

2010 

In chapter 1 we decided that the first step was to have a plan. It is important to have a plan and stick to your plan. It does not matter which plan you have chosen, but the important lesson is to have a plan to follow. So now that we have the plan it is time for the next step, That next step is ...
Posted over 3 years ago
When I teach my real estate investing class at Columbus State Community College we get a lot of students that would like to become a real estate investor, or may already have dabbled in the real estate market. One of the things we always preach to students is that the successful investor has a pl...
Posted over 3 years ago
So I got this call from one of our owners on a home that is currently vacant and we are attempting to rent out. She called frantically saying that there must be a water leak as she just received her water bill for the last 3 months and it was over $300.00, wjhich is about $200 too high on a vacan...
Posted over 3 years ago
That is always a question that comes to mind when you consider hiring a manager for your home. You have to decide if it is worth the hassle to rent out your home, and then decide who is going to deal with that hassle. And what if your job takes you to another city where it will be hard to respond...
Posted over 3 years ago
You had your home on the market all summer, spending all that time and effort to sell your home, watching buyers track mud on your carpet, making low-ball offers. Had to be one of the most frustrating real estate experiences of all times! So, now your home did not sell for a price you can live wi...
Posted over 3 years ago
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