I am a general contractor in Long Island NY for the past 25 years. I have fixed and flipped numerous houses for a private investor. Now, I am putting together a current portfolio of investors with private money lenders to invest in several pending and future opportunities. I currently have a team in place and we are ready to move forward in fix and flips and acquiring rental properties. As a contractor, would I need a property management team for acquired properties?
@Colin Moran what does being a contractor have to do with property management?
You do want to check your state laws to see what licensing, if any, is required to manage properties you don't own.
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