As a landlord, eventually you’ll need to evict a tenant. Follow these comprehensive guidelines for how to evict a tenant to simplify the eviction process.
Landlording and Rental Properties Essentials
If you buy one house every few years, saving up enough for the down payment each time, it could take 20 years to get the financial freedom you want. So, if you want to build a portfolio fast, what should you do? Today, I want to teach you a powerful strategy that I follow called “The Stack.”
The conversation is mixed on how much cash flow is necessary to provide that “cushion” and how much is needed to help the investor grow his/her portfolio.
Over improvement is a mistake that I believe everyone makes at least once — usually more than once before they learn better. But there are ways to update your rentals without falling into this trap. Heres how!
Perhaps you live in a location like California or New York where skyrocketing prices have forced you to look elsewhere. Or maybe you’re in a small town but want a city property. Whatever the reason, check out these suggestions for how to best research out-of-town rental properties before leaving your market.
Look, it’s tough because a lot of them are shady operators, and a lot of them are not doing the right thing. Therefore, you need to make sure to ask the right questions when interviewing a property management company.
Many people make their first forays into landlording by converting their old home into a rental when they move. But is it the best way to try your hand at rentals? Find out here!
Adding a playground to your rental property can be a great way to improve the value of your property, as well as entice renters with children to take up tenancy.
Multifamily is a great place to acquire and build multi-generational wealth. Watch this video to discover five avenues into the coveted multifamily investing arena.
Some tenants, especially those who are new to renting, don’t have clarity on what their landlord should do verse what they should be handling on their own. In today’s video, I talk about what a landlord should not be doing for his or her tenants.
When investing in a rental, do you go for the lower-quality neighborhood (or property) and get the higher returns? Or do you go for the nicer neighborhood (or property) and settle for lower returns? Here are some things to consider.
Seattle recently overturned its “first-in-time” mandate, which required landlords to accept the very first rental…
I have not had to evict a single tenant I placed, and I plan to keep it that way. Therefore, when I underwrite applications, I use a specific process.
If you’ve become serious about investing in property but have yet to invest outside your familiar location, these are the factors you should think about before venturing too far.