Should you hire a professional property management team or take all the tenant problems on yourself?
Watch REI Roundtable Episode 10 to find out.
Our property experts had this to say…
- The Big Q: Exactly when should a landlord hire a professional property management company? (and how soon is “too soon?”)
- The Dating Game: What traits should you look for when hiring property managers?
- Your Safety Net: Here’s exactly how much you should budget in for repairs. (so unexpected repairs don’t eat into your monthly profits)
- Your Secret Weapon? This is the easiest way to keep up with landlord-tenant laws and new regulations. << will save you $$$.
- What Every Successful Landlord Knows: Here’s how to save time, effort, and money, along with avoiding stress and headaches from tenants << Property Owners! Write this one down!
- Who Pays First? Should you manage your own property as an owner? Our expert real estate investor says…
- Don’t Overpay! How out-of-control owner expectations can cost you thousands down the line. Our expert property manager gives away a big secret…
- The “Weak Pocket” Problem: How to get a AAA property management team even if you don’t have big cash reserves.
- Best For Last: What is the biggest hidden benefit of hiring a professional team to take those 3am tenant calls?
- And much, much more…
One of the biggest decisions you'll make as a real estate investor is whether you should hire a property management company or handle all the problems yourself. While landlords manage properties on their own, or with the help of an employee like a resident manager, they usually need a little help.
Listen carefully to our expert property managers to see if hiring a team will help or hurt your business. The information here could save you thousands of dollars and months of headaches.
As always, the Realeflow team is deeply committed to bringing you the top minds in real estate. We’re breaking down some of the most under-discussed topics in order to arm you with specific knowledge that will make a massive impact on your business starting today.
If you missed last week's episode of REI Roundtable, then watch it here now to discover what happens when a real estate investor and a real estate contractor don't see eye to eye.