When it comes to being a landlord, have you considered the cost and hassle of managing your properties yourself?
Landlord and tenant laws require that you make serious repairs promptly. If a water heater starts leaking in the middle of the night, attending to the issue can be costly. Make sure you're always saving for the next unexpected, immediate repair.
Searching for new tenants
If one of the properties becomes vacant, you will have to place ads to find a new tenant. The search can be a challenge. Our background and reference checking will help to eliminate any false information the potential tenant may provide regarding employment, residency or otherwise so as to ensure you get the most reliable renters.
Are you ready to confront tenants who haven't paid their rent? If you'd rather avoid the conflict of playing bill collector, and making that tough judgement call to begin the eviction process, a property manager can take over those roles for you.
You can hope for those tenants who pay the rent, treat the property with respect, and get along with the neighbors. But, if you're going to be a landlord, you will encounter tenants who fight with other tenants, damage your property, don’t pay. If you would rather not deal with these or any of the other issues that may come up, we would be happy to help.