Newbies don’t know what they don’t know. That puts them at some risk, but they can minimize that risk if they follow the 11 tips in this post.
Author Kevin Perk
Mistakes are a part of life; the trick is to avoid the big ones. This post discusses 6 big mistakes newbies make so they can perhaps be avoided.
With rents soaring across the country, it may be tempting to up yours considerably. Before you do, be sure you’re following correct (and legal) procedures!
Take a ride on just about any Main Street, and you will see homes and buildings constructed perhaps 75, 100,…
Many investors will tell you that apartment buildings are the best performing properties in their portfolio. But are they a good idea for a first deal?
Being a landlord certainly has its perks (no 9 to 5!), but there are DEFINITELY drawbacks, too. Read this to know what you’re getting into!
The media and the general public often view landlords as greedy “slumlords” who only care about money. Why is this and what can we do about it?
As landlords, we want some amount of tenant stability; after all, tenant turnover is a cashflow killer. Very rarely will we sign…
Distressed properties make great buy and holds — but distressed properties need rehab. Here are 8 tips to make your rehabs better and more profitable.
Leaky roofs, peeling paint & stolen copper can all be seen. It’s what is NOT seen that’ll cost you. Check this post out to learn about unseen rehab issues.
Can you be nice as a landlord? Sure. But if you really want to create a great working relationship with your tenants, THIS is way more important!
After a dozen years as a landlord, I have learned a lot. Let me share some of that with you. Here are a dozen tips from a dozen years of experience.