Today's guest post written by a great real estate investor and friend of mine, Chad Carson. Chad, now 37 years old, began real estate investing from scratch right out of college at the age of 23. Since then Chad and his business partner have bought, sold, leased, and financed hundreds of properties in and around Clemson, [...]
Today’s guest is ESI from ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). It’s written by an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence and helps others do the same. He shares what’s worked for him and how others can implement those successes in their lives. I have [...]
If you're anything like me, you've toyed with the idea of signing up for property management software, but you've procrastinated for months or even years.
After all, you've made it this far without any help, why do you need to pay for software?
Find out why.
You've finally experienced what every landlord eventually goes through - your tenant is withholding rent.
Refrain from changing the locks and tossing their stuff in the street...for a few minutes at least.
It is essential to be an amazing landlord if you want to be successful landlord. It costs a lot to attract and keep good tenants and the cost of removing bad tenants can be exceptionally high.
Learn how to be a great landlord and keep your tenants happy.
I often hear that people don't want to buy rental property because they don't want to deal with tenants, leaky toilets, and late night calls. Nobody enjoys dealing with that! The thing is, it's frustrating to deal with that, but it's even more frustrating when those problems are caused by your tenants on your property. Everything they do wrong costs you money, that's why it's so frustrating...
The roof leaks and damages some expensive furniture; The tenant slips and falls in the hallway; Someone gets bit by a dog. All these scenarios can and do happen. Renters insurance is very under utilized but it is also one of the most affordable things that can protect the tenant and the rental property...