How to Handle Non-paying Tenants in Pittsburgh

Do you have a rental property in Pittsburgh with non-paying tenants? Or maybe some of your tenants pay partial rent and say they will catch up soon. This is a very common and frustrating part of being a landlord. In this article, we’ll talk about how multifamily property owners can approach dealing with non-paying tenants … Continued

How to Determine the Value of your House in Pittsburgh

Do you know how to determine the true value of your house in Pittsburgh? If you’re thinking about selling your house in Pittsburgh, this is the first and most important step to take! In today’s post, we’ll discuss four ways to determine the value of your property in Pittsburgh so that you’re knowledgeable when it … Continued

Sell Your House to an Experienced Pittsburgh Home Buyer

If you’re a Pittsburgh homeowner and you’re considering selling your multifamily property, it’s important to know how to do things the right way. Done right, selling your house to a professional like McIntosh Management, LP can provide a range of benefits, including selling quickly, saving money, and reducing the stress involved in selling a Pittsburgh multifamily … Continued

Hidden Costs of Selling Your Pittsburgh House with an Agent

You want to sell your Pittsburgh house and you’re looking forward to putting some money in your pocket. But did you realize that selling your house may mean you have to PAY money? In this blog post, we break down the different fees paid to agents versus paid to investors when selling your Pittsburgh house. … Continued

Benefits of Selling Your Pittsburgh House Directly

If you’re considering selling your Pittsburgh house and haven’t considered selling it directly to a buyer, you may want to give it some thought. There are many benefits to selling your Pittsburgh house directly to a buyer – particularly a buyer who has cash and is experienced in closing quickly. In today’s post, we’ll discuss … Continued

Top 5 Reasons Your Home isn’t Selling

Let’s face it, some homes take longer to sell than others. For many people trying to sell a home, they just can’t wait 3 months. Whether you’re in foreclosure, you’ve inherited a property you don’t want to keep, are facing a divorce, retiring, or relocating, if you need to sell your property quickly, working with … Continued

Hidden Costs of Holding a Property in Pittsburgh

  Do you own a property in Pittsburgh, but you aren’t sure why? Have you ever considered the costs of holding a property in Pittsburgh? If you have thought about it, that’s a good start, because it can be expensive! Before you hold on to it for another day, consider the below points. It might … Continued

City of Pittsburgh Building Permits (Part II)

Last week we published the article “City of Pittsburgh Building Permits (Part I)“, which was focused on when you need a Pittsburgh residential building permit, and the process you need to go through in order to get one. This week we’ll continue the discussion and talk about when a commercial building permit is required in … Continued

City of Pittsburgh Building Permits (Part I)

If you own real estate in the City of Pittsburgh, it’s important to know the rules and regulations surrounding building permits. The City of Pittsburgh has specific guidelines for the type of work that requires a permit on both residential and commercial buildings. It’s worth noting that the process of obtaining a building permit in … Continued

Dealing with Bad Tenants in a Pittsburgh Rental Property

How to Handle Bad Tenants in Pittsburgh Being a landlord isn’t always easy. The reality is, not all tenants are perfect. Unfortunately, there are situations when things go wrong and property owners have to deal with bad tenants. Problem tenants may cause damage to a rental property, disturb neighbors, or not pay rent on time. … Continued

Benefits of Investing in Pittsburgh Multifamily

There are many reasons why real estate is often considered to be the best type of investment. And within the realm of “real estate investing” there are dozens of options for an individual to choose from. Residential property, commercial property, storage facilities, and vacant land all have unique benefits and the potential to offer an … Continued