Are you thinking about becoming a landlord? Owning a residential rental property can be a simple and lucrative way to generate some extra income. Before you can start seeing a return on your real estate investment, you need to take care of some essential prep, maintenance, and management steps. That’s why you need this all-inclusive list that contains investment property tools and resources that will save you time, money, and stress along the way.
Buying Your Perfect Investment Property
Not every home is a good candidate for a rental property. These articles will help you make your home-buying dollars count.
How To Get A Mortgage For A Rental Property
Statement of Information California
The Top 10 Features of a Good Rental Investment
What Are the Best Properties for Investment?
Work with Designer Michelle Chiang to Make Your Home Stand Out to Renters
Getting Your Property Ready to Rent
Whether you’re renting out for the first time or the thousandth, keep these tips in mind to keep customers happy (and coming back).
9 Tips for Cleaning Your Rental Between Tenants
Amenities That Renters Will Pay More For
11 Genius Ideas to Improve The Curb Appeal of Your Property
Protecting Your Investment and Rental Property
Make sure your investment is well protected with these tips.
The 8 Best Landlord Insurance Policies of 2020
6 Smart Home Security Gadgets to Install in Your Rental Properties
Maintaining and Managing Your Rental Property
There are a lot of responsibilities that come with being a landlord, whether you take on the role yourself or hire someone to handle the day-to-day goings-on. These articles will help you know what to expect.
Rental Property Maintenance: Landlord and Tenant Responsibilities
15 Tax Deductions for Landlords During Tax Season
Should You Hire an Investment Property Management Company or Self-Manage Your Rentals?
Dealing with Potential Issues with Your Rentals
As with any business, you’re bound to hit a few snags now and then when renting out your property, but they can almost always be easily fixed.
What to Do When a Tenant Leaves Their Stuff Behind
Landlords: 5 Secrets To Ensuring Your Tenants Pay On Time Every Month
How Much Should You Budget for Home Repairs?
Investing in real estate can be complicated. With this guide in hand, complete with helpful links and resources, you can make the process of buying and owning a profitable rental home much less of a hassle. That way, you can start earning income faster. Good luck finding your perfect investment property and good luck with your new life as a landlord!
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Guest Author: Alice Robertson
Alice Robertson began her career in the home organization industry as a professional house cleaner. After cleaning and organizing her clients’ homes for years, she decided to open her own home organization business. Over the years, she has built an impressive client list, helping to make spaces in homes and businesses more functional. She recently created tidyhome.info as a place to share the great cleaning and organizing advice she has developed over the years.