What are the advantages of investing in real estate? Most investors would tell you real estate offers good diversification for your portfolio and the opportunity to create lasting wealth.
Tellus is announcing a new partnership with TaskRabbit!
November 2019: Get a quick and easy overview of the best posts of the month.
Do you know the difference between pet deposits, pet fees, and pet rent? Learn more about which type of fee structure you should implement for your rental property.
Even if organizing isn't your thing, these tips will help you start to feel settled in your new place in no time.
October 2019: Get a quick and easy overview of the best posts of the month.
Tellus is launching on Product Hunt! Read more about how Tellus Investing and Tellus Home Loans will redefine the industry and make real estate better for everyone!
If you're a landlord or renter in Illinois, it's a good idea to brush up on your late fee knowledge.
See how easy it is to make quick payments from Tellus or reimburse your tenant.
Halloween is coming. Here are some tips to protect your property.
Texas passed a new law in September 2019 that affects rental property late fees. Here's what you need to know.
We all know the dangers of lead paint, but who is responsible for lead in a rental property?
September 2019: Get a quick and easy overview of the best posts of the month.
Rental property inspections are a good way to catch small problems before they become big ones.
Paying rent with Tellus is free, simple, and secure. Read more about how to get set up.
Learn what you need to know about late fees in Washington D.C.
California just passed statewide rent control on September 11, 2019. Read more about what this means for landlords and tenants.
The New York Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 has important implications for both landlords and renters.
Is renter's insurance a good idea? Why does a landlord require it? Is renters insurance legal in every state? Read this to find out.
How much of a reserve fund does a landlord need for repairs and vacancies? Factoring in location, property type, and the number of units can help you determine the answer.