In today's market, many property owners find themselves first-time landlords for a variety of reasons. Some homeowners turn to renting when they can't sell a house. Empty nesters may consider making money on their extra space. And buyers might look into the revenue-producing idea of purchasing a multi-family home. Whatever the reasons for becoming a landlord, it's often a challenging role. This guide helps new and experienced landlords alike: Find (and keep!) responsible tenants; Determine legal liabilities for landlords and tenants; Market, show, and profit from rental property; Handle repairs and general maintenance; Handling of evictions properly. Featuring expert advice and money-saving tips, this step-by-step book helps you earn maximum profit--with minimum hassle. New in this edition: Finding the right mortgage; Using home equity loans for renovations and repairs; Updated information on evictions and legal issues.Do the doors and windows open easily? ... So whenever you want to maintain or repair the unit, you should talk to your tenant and schedule a time thata#39;s convenient for ... Whata#39;s convenient for your tenant is not always an option. In most cases, however, that is not a problem. Tenants dona#39;t mind someone coming in when theya#39;re gone, since they want the work completed probably even more than you do.
|Title||:||The Everything Landlording Book|
|Author||:||Judy Tremore, Deborah Boersma Zondervan|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2009-08-18|