A lot of people think, when they think of new construction, that you're not going to get a good value, or that you're not going to get a good return. That you're going to have to pay a lot of money. So, we target a very specific subset of new construction. We'...
Are Emotional Support Animals and Service Animals different?
By OmniKey Realty - Friday, September 22, 2023
Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are a big topic in the rental world today. It’s generally quite understood that Service Animals (SAs) must be allowed, but ESAs are a different story.I frequently see landlords or property managers denying people with ESAs, guests with ESAs, ...
Expanding Your Investment Portfolio? Tips from Property Management & Real Estate Experts
By OmniKey Realty - Thursday, October 6, 2022
Now is a great time to think about expanding your real estate investment portfolio. As you have likely noticed over the last year or two, those properties you buy and hold will steadily grow in value, and sometimes that growth will be faster than expected.
Right now, the...
Who should be responsible for the lawn care at your Dallas Fort Worth rental property?
There’s no single answer to this question. It depends, really, on your property and your tenants. It also depends on how particular you are regarding the exterior of your investment....
8 Things Landlords Should Always Look for in a Rental Property Inspection
By OmniKey Realty - Thursday, September 8, 2022
If you’re like most landlords in Dallas Fort Worth and surrounding areas in North Texas, you likely understand the value and importance of rental property inspections. Without routine walk-throughs and check-ups, you can’t be sure about the condition of your property and ...
How to Diversify Your San Antonio Real Estate Investment Portfolio
By OmniKey Realty - Thursday, May 5, 2022
When you want to diversify a San Antonio real estate investment portfolio, you need to be willing to step out of your comfort zone. If you only invest in single-family homes, it might be time to try a few units in a multi-family building. If you are only renting out short-ter...