After you have the results from your background and credit check, you need to decide what exactly to do with that information.
Author Brandon Turner
Recently, financial expert Grant Cardone said, “Buying a house is for suckers!” Is that statement REALLY true? Delve deeper here!
When renting out a property, you’ll answer a lot of questions from prospective tenants. Some are easy. Others should be dealt with a little more carefully.
We don’t want to scare you, but we also want to ensure you are prepared for your journey into landlording. These tips will keep you out of costly lawsuits.
During move-out walk-through, inspect the property top to bottom. Remember to be thorough so you don’t get stuck footing the bill for your tenant’s grime!
Many dream of getting rich with real estate—but why not focus on the achievable goal of $1,000 more per month? Here are 3 simple ways to make it happen!
Over the past decade of raising the rent on approximately 100 or more tenants, we’ve only ever had one tenant call to complain. Here’s how.
Let’s talk about the common tasks you might perform as a landlord. This will give you just a sample of the kind of tasks a landlord is responsible for.
It sounds too good to be true — but this is no gimmick. Learn how you can use real estate to retire in just 3 years with some planning, focus, and effort!