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Welcome to the Logical Property Management Blog. Below you'll find blog posts specific to Property Owners or Tenants to learn more about how we work and what you should be looking for.

2020-09-21

How Can Landlords Prepare for Another Pandemic Shutdown?

  These past coronavirus-filled months have been extraordinarily difficult for most landlords. Though way back in March, President Trump expressed positivity that we’d get over this pandemic “quickly,” in reality, nobody knows how long this will last. Many landlords weren’t prepared for the pandemic shut down and didn’t have reserves or financial planning in place […]

2020-09-07

Pros and Cons of MF vs SFR

Many property investors start out with single-family rentals because they’re easier to acquire and more familiar. As your unit count grows though, you may want to consider buying multi-family properties. A multi-family property may consist of units in a building with a common entrance or units with separate entrances. Several of either building type may […]

2020-08-24

Are You Ready to Scale Up Your Rental Business?

  Most rental investors enter the industry thinking not just about owning a single rental property, but about how they can eventually acquire 2, 3, 4, or dozens of rental properties one day and retire from their day jobs. If you’ve put all your available capital into property #1 and are planning how to acquire […]

2020-07-20

A Changing America: “Tenants For Life” Numbers Rising in the US

How Will It Impact Metro Detroit?   Gone are the days when owning a home was synonymous with fulfilling the great American dream. Is “Tenants for life” really the trend now.? Homeownership in America is now in decline amongst the younger generations. Although Census data for the 2020 Housing Vacancy Survey shows that about 65% […]

2020-06-08

What the Rent & Mortgage Cancellation Act Would Mean for Landlords

Coronavirus has shown us more than ever that landlords need to be aware and active with what’s happening on a legislative level in their state, and even nationally. If you own a property in a city you don’t live in, will the local government even care about what you have to say? Or will they […]

2020-05-04

Turnkey Real Estate: When Is The Right Time To Buy A Turnkey rental?

The coronavirus pandemic has got many investors wondering what the future holds for real estate. The current economic uncertainty makes it difficult to answer the question “when is the right time to buy an investment property?” For turnkey real estate investors, the answer is even more complex, since it involves looking at both the real […]

2019-12-09

Co-ownership of Your Properties, Is It Right For You?

Several factors will affect how well a business alliance works out. If you’re on the fence about it, keep reading. Buying property is one of the most expensive purchases you’ll make, and growing a real estate business takes time, patience, and capital. In many cases, the latter being the most prohibitive. One way to speed […]

2019-07-05

Is Renting To Students A Good Idea?

As a rule, college towns make suitable real estate investments. Property values hold across the board and not just for student housing. University towns tend to have vibrant downtowns, which are hot spots for lots of local businesses that attract locals and professionals to the immediate and surrounding areas. Southeastern Michigan is no exception. Cities […]

2019-03-11

Tips for Newbies Investing in Real Estate

Learn how to find & buy properties in Detroit, and make money through real estate investing. Investing in real estate is a tough gig to get in on, especially when you have no idea where to start. Here are a few of the tactics that our owners have used to find their first — or […]

2019-02-18

Is Your Rental Investment Still Worth It?

While there are no 100% hard-and-fast rules, here are some things that you definitely do need to keep in mind when you’re pondering that question One of the biggest problems with the high-risk/high-reward nature of the real estate market in the City of Detroit (versus the suburbs) is that when you hit that ‘high-risk’ side […]