More homes mean different taxes. Owning any type of real estate involves an array of financial considerations and tax implications, but there are special issues that relate to properties used as second homes or rentals. It’s important to keep this in mind if you are thinking...

Smart investment moves can boost your rental property income. Anyone who has dropped a rent check in the mail has likely asked themselves the same question: What would it be like to be the person cashing rental payments instead of making them? Renting out a property...

Basically, US laws protect the tenants more than the landlord. Except for four states, California, Washington D.C. New York and New Jersey  where there are rent control  ordinances. Under these ordinances also called rent stabilization or maximum rent regulation,  the owner is allowed to increase...