Since a bunch of tax-free gain isn't on the table, I guess it depends on where you are moving to and if you're ok with watching a renter not give a rip about your baby.
I wouldn't be a long-distance landlord. If you are moving far away, sell it. If watching the grass die and the window screens disappear while they sneak in an unfixed that urinates & sprays all over the place doesn't bother you, go for it. I imagine there are hoa fees and covenants on a golf course property? I wouldn't want a rental with an HOA, either.
I'm dramatizing for effect, of course. Just know a renter will never take care of your home like you will. Good luck @Sean Connolly !
haha you do have some very colorful responses. Thanks for your advice!
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