Help - Posted by Sharon

Posted by Rich-CA on September 10, 2007 at 12:50:48:

I always try and stay away from the worse neighborhoods, though break ins are not unheard of in middle class areas either. I assume you did not have insurance to cover the loss.

For rents, dropping the rent is not popular among landlords, but it is what is required if the property is not being shown. People shop for places to live based on rent first, neighborhood second and if you’re above what others in the neighborhood are getting you probably won’t find a tenant you’d want in there.

Help - Posted by Sharon

Posted by Sharon on September 09, 2007 at 12:10:29:

Hi All,
I am hoping someone can give me some ideas because I do not know what to do and I need to sell a property that I purchased and fixed up in Altanta, GA. The property is not in the best neighborhood. The property has been broken into twice and I am not fixing it up again, I would prefer to sell.

I have also had problems renting the property. Does anyone have any ideas.