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Performance Property is a real estate services company based in Jersey City, NJ. Our Founder, Gerald Lucas is an internationally recognized real estate expert with almost 20 years of real estate experience, who has written several books including “Short Sale Specifics”, the Amazon #1 best-seller, "Dare To Succeed" co-authored with Jack Canfield, creator of The Chicken Soup for the Soul book series and "Real Estate Investing Secrets". Gerald holds business degrees from Howard University and MIT.

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We help people gain financial freedom and independence through real estate. Rather than offering a generic solution, we let our clients define financial freedom and then we help them achieve it. Some of our clients achieve financial freedom with our help by learning how to analyze and purchase wealth-building rental property. We help other clients achieve financial independence by negotiating with their lender when they are behind on mortgage payments.

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Real Estate Insights

More Apartments Coming to Jersey City Performing Arts Complex

A development team has doubled the number of apartments previously slated for a new performing arts complex on Jersey City’s west side.

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Real Estate Tip Of The Week

Gerald’s Real Estate Tip of the – Week of 3/12/19

Before you buy rental property in another state, check to see if that state requires a real estate license to manage the real estate of another person or entity.

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What Should Landlords Do If A Tenant Bounces A Check?

Q: My tenant wrote me a check to pay his rent and the check bounced. What should I do? Eric, Orlando, FL. A: The best way to deal with situations like this is to have a property management policy in place that is written in the lease you have your tenants sign that addresses this potential issue before it actually happens. Now, if done correctly your lease will entitle you to charge a reasonable fee that should cover your bank’s bounced check charge, and then a little more for the hassle of dealing with the problem. I charge tenants a fee for writing a bad check–it’s written into my lease and I also stop accepting rent by check after a […]