Resources For New Real Estate Investors
Every real estate investor has to start somewhere. Sometimes, we opt to rent out our own
vacation homes as a way to generate a second seasonal income. Others, we purchase and
renovate single and multi-family houses to rent for the long haul. Whichever option you’ve
chosen – or think you might be interested in – there are a few resources that can help you along the way. Here are a baker’s dozen to bookmark for future reference.
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Getting Started with Your Business
Property investment can be a lucrative business, but before you dive in, you'll need to know what the business entails, as well as ways to keep your finances and expenses in check.
State-by-State Short Term Rental Regulations
Real Estate 101: How Rental Properties are Taxed
Forming a Utah LLC Offers Financial Benefits
Avoid Overpaying for Your Property by Working with Real Estate Broker Joel Finnie
Why You Need a Real Estate Accountant
Should you manage your own rental? Maybe you are better off outsourcing the task? Here are
some links to help you decide.
When Should a Landlord Hire a Property Management Company?
Rental Property Management Software
3 Strategies for Managing Rental Property
The Pros & Cons of Hiring a Property Manager
Making Your Property Appealing
Price is one of your first considerations, but that’s not all that draws people in.
The Ultimate Rental Cleaning Checklist For Property Managers
How to Determine Fair Market Rent for a Rental Property
Steps You Need to Take Before Renting Out Your Property
What is the Best Flooring For Rental Properties
Top Five Bunk Beds for Beach Homes and Vacation Homes
Unfortunately, issues arise, and your best weapon against adverse situations is knowing the law
and what to expect as problems pop up.
Tenant Discrimination Laws
How to Evict Tenants from a Rental Property
Insurance Questions When Renting Out Your Home Short Term
Tenants Who Steal: Avoiding Theft and Income Loss
When you invest in real estate, one of your goals is to create an environment for others to enjoy.
But you also have to look out for yourself. Knowing when to manage it on your own and when to
hire an expert, such as Joel Finnie, is your first step. Then, make sure you know how to outfit
your home so that you can get the most out of each rental. But be prepared for problems so that
you aren’t blindsided by a bad tenant or rowdy vacationer.