Being a landlord isn’t a hobby—It’s a business.
Many people become landlords without fully understanding that it's not just a way to make money — it's a full-time job. A successful landlord is responsible for the considerable time commitment of managing properties as well as maintaining relationships with tenants.
If you are tired of managing your rental property, we're here to help.
Dealing with bad tenants, late payments, vacancies, major repairs, and dishonest people is not only exhausting; it’s expensive.
If you're tired of dealing with these issues, we can help.
7 Common Mistakes Made by Landlords
- Not getting a good initial deal on a property
- Overpricing your property
- Improper tenant screening
- Infrequently inspecting your property
- Allowing a verbal lease agreement
- Not having the correct insurance
- Not using a property manager