|Property Management Services|
Bellingham Rental Properties-If your currently looking for a home, condo or an apartment to rent in the Bellingham, WA area, please check out the list of Whatcom County Property Management Companies down below. The following Bellingham property management companies can assist you in finding a rental property anywhere in the Bellingham, WA area or other locations in Whatcom County. Thank you for visiting our property management page here on www.muljatgroup.com.
Bellingham, WA – Whatcom County Property Management Companies
· Landmark Real Estate Management– Landmark is one of the largest property management companies in the Bellingham, WA area. They offer services in a variety of rentals including apartments, condominiums, houses, duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes.
Location: 3800 Byron Ave., Bellingham, WA
More Whatcom County Property Management Companies:
· Apex Property Management, Inc. 2891 Meridian
Street, Bellingham, WA 360-527-9829
· Adams Property Management, 1334 King Street,
Bellingham, WA 360-671-8470
· Son-Rise Property Management, 109 E. Chestnut,
Bellingham, WA 360-738-3700
· Sun-Mark Properties, 1200 Lakeway Drive Suite 1,
Bellingham, WA 360-650-1010
· Lakeway Realty Property Management, 3547 Lakeway
Dr., Bellingham, WA 360-733-4024
· Property Management Professionals, 818 Alabama
St., Bellingham, WA 360-676-1880
· Ballard Management, 4152 Meridian Street Suite
229, Bellingham, WA 360-647-1700
Probably your best bet in finding a rental home, condo, townhouse, etc is to try one of the Bellingham
professional property Management Company’s above. You might also try Craigslist which seems to be used by a lot of Bellingham property owners locally. The Bellingham Herald is another on-line site that might be useful as well in finding a Bellingham rental property. Bellingham, WA is a university town with Western Washington University, so summer time can be a challenge finding a place anywhere near WWU campus. There does appear to be an abundance of rentals currently so most individuals and families should have a nice selection to choose from.
Buying a Home vs Renting a Home
Buying a home in order to build equity is one of the main financial reasons prospective buyers jump into the market, but many people also yearn for the satisfaction of home ownership.
Painting your rental apartment walls mango or some other trendy color may put your security deposit in jeopardy. But taking that same sense of color style and applying it to a tired room in an old house you just purchased is called "sweat equity." That has a nice ring to it.
Reasons to Rent
There is definitely an upside to renting:
But there is a downside too: You may have no control over the fluctuation of your
rent, a big budget item that can change often. Long-term budgeting becomes more
Reasons to Buy
There are upsides to buying a home:
While a home is a good investment -- and let's face it, you have to livesomewhere
-- many financial experts caution against purchasing a home simply as an
investment. Historically, the real estate market increases have been slow and
steady, not meteoric (until recently). The stock market, on the other hand, has
generated returns of between 8 and 10 percent pretty steadily for decades.
Is Renting Cheaper?
That depends on your market and where you choose to live. And consider whether or not you like to do maintenance. Homes cost money. Appliances break, roofs leak, and you are the lucky soul who gets to pay the bill. If you are renting, landlords pay the plumber and water/sewer and garbage bill to go along with it.
But, of course, there is that tax break. Depending on your tax bracket, a first-time purchaser's 1040 tax deductions heavily subsidize housing expenses in the first few years. Since a 30 year mortgage requires high interest payments -- all deductible -- at the beginning of the loan, you deduct a larger
share of the mortgage cost early in the life of the loan.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text us at 360-739-0445