"Our programs have been improved this year based on direct feedback from our current clients and changes in the housing industry
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 10, 2015
One disadvantage experienced by some investors in the housing market is investing in properties that are not ready to rent after purchase. The JWB company has updated its home buyers program to feature extended leases for all properties sold in 2015 explained at http://www.jwbrealestatecapital.com/tax-free-fl-real-estate-investments.
The revisions to the leasing arrangement for all properties should eliminate the complications that investors can encounter shortly after a home is purchased. Each property includes a lease in place for multiple years to generate recurring income on a monthly basis for homeowners of the managed rental homes.
"Our programs have been improved this year based on direct feedback from our current clients and changes in the housing industry," said one JWBRealEstateCapital.com source.
The leases that are provided with all JWB rental homes for sale this year are managed professionally through an appointed company. This service is now available for a monthly retainer fee to remove complications for investors away from the state of Florida who purchase rental homes that require management.
"Property management is one important feature for any rental property, and our company expedites rent collection and other services for investors," included the source.
The JWB company now publishes industry information and helpful tips on its web portal at http://www.jwbrealestatecapital.com/blog on a regular schedule. This resource is expected to be more helpful to first-time rental home buyers who seek content concerning property ownership pros and cons from a trusted North American source.
The JWBRealEstateCapital.com company supplies a wealth management solution for real estate investors in the rental industry. The company is based its Jacksonville, Florida and has a client list of several hundred investors. The JWBRealEstateCapital.com company was recently featured in the New York Times for its contributions to the new construction industry. Beginner investors now have access to new home buying programs this year.