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Our Top 10 Indianapolis Property Management Blog Posts of 2017

Dec 31, 2017 10:00:00 AM

2017 has been a great year for content. Thanks to you, our readers, our blog has grown more in the last year than we ever thought possible!

We strive to create helpful, actionable, articles that will positively impact Landlords, Investors, and Property Managers alike. Sharing our experiences with you has been very rewarding and we look forward to continuing on into the new year.

As we ring in 2018, we wanted to take a quick look back at our top 10 posts of 2017. 

Top 10 Indianapolis Property Management Blog Posts

  1. Understanding Property Taxes for Your Indianapolis Rental Property
  2. 7 Property Management Blogs Every Landlord Should be Reading
  3. Where Should I Invest in Indianapolis?
  4. Why Invest in Rental Properties in Indianapolis?
  5. What Kind of Cap Rate Should I Expect in Indianapolis?
  6. When Should I Fire My Property Manager?
  7. Is it OK to Break Even on My Indianapolis Rental Property?
  8. How Much Cash Flow Can I Expect in Indianapolis?
  9. Who to Hire for Your Indianapolis Investment Dream Team
  10. What if a Tenant Destroys my Indianapolis Rental Home?

Bonus Article: How Much Will I Spend on Maintenance for My Indianapolis Rental Property?

Thank you all again for taking the time to read our content, it is truly appreciated.

With that being said, if there are any Property Management topics or ideas you would like to see us write about in the future, please let us know! We welcome any and all suggestions. Our goal is to educate Indianapolis Landlords to the fullest, whether we manage your property or not.

You can email any ideas or suggestions to devon@threaltyinc.com.

We hope you enjoyed our top 10 articles, as well as others that didn’t make the list.

Happy New Year!

 

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Devon L. Hicks

Written by Devon L. Hicks

As well as being a licensed Realtor, Devon has her Bachelors in Marketing from Missouri State University and utilizes her skills in a variety of ways to educate and advise real estate investors in the Central Indiana region.

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