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Best Tax Deductions for Landlords to Keep in Mind, Part One

As a landlord, you can claim a lot of deductions at tax time. In fact, the real estate rental category is eligible to write off more expenses than most other categories - so do not let your deductions go unclaimed! By learning which deductions are available to you, you will be prepared to get your full benefit. Let us take a look at some of your available deductions.

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February 17, 2020
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Tax Season Deductions for Landlords: Understanding Passive Activity Laws

Understanding tax implications, especially as a new landlord, can help you strategically approach your taxes. While the real estate rental tax landscape is complicated and easy to gloss over, one important tax law you will want to understand is passive activity loss (PAL). Since most real estate rental income is considered passive income, this law will likely apply to you, and if it does not, you should know why. So let us dive in!

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February 03, 2020
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How to Know You're Charging the Right Price for Your Rental

You should be careful when deciding how to set a rent price for your rental. Too high and you'll be faced with vacancies, too low and you won't see the kind of cash flow that makes being a landlord lucrative.

Checking comparable properties is not always enough. There are additional factors that can significantly impact the price.

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January 28, 2020
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This Is How Transforming Leads into Tenants Upgrades Your Rental Business

Transforming leads into tenants is now easier than ever because you can do it directly in your TenantCloud account. We'll help you generate quality leads that automatically appear in your list of new leads, which has the potential to improve your marketing campaigns, boost your productivity, and increase cash flow.

 

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January 20, 2020
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Tax Season is Coming: Detailed Guide for Beginner Landlords

Many people approach tax season with some level of trepidation. And for good reason - taxes are complicated! If you're not a tax expert, it can be daunting to dig into the minute details of tax law. Stumbling through all the minor details can make you worried you've missed something. By familiarizing yourself with some landlord tax basics, however, you can decrease your anxiety and feel more prepared at tax time. Here are some key things you’ll want to know.

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January 16, 2020