When I first started in the rental property business, I didn’t really understand how to properly expose my rental to the market. Through experience, I’ve learned how to advertise and which forms of advertising gives you the most bang for your buck.
Renting your house to the right tenant starts with qualifying your prospective tenant over the phone. Afterwards, if you decide to show the property to them you may need to take a tenancy application with you to the showing. Below is a free residential rental application form in a pdf format that you simply print off and take with you.
Bad tenants will turn a good investment into a bad one in a short time. As a landlord you have to do your best to minimize your risk. Below we have a handy free tenant screening checklist for you to use.
Do you know which questions to ask prospective tenants that will weed out most of the unqualified ones?
Let’s face it, struggling to get your rent or walking into to a destroyed rental is enough to make you want to sell your property, am I right? Learning these questions to ask prospective tenants and why they’re important will help you decrease stress and increase income.
Well, I know this may not seem like a big deal, but figuring out how to organize rental property paperwork can relieve a lot of stress. At one time I was responsible for nearly 150 units. So, I had to organize important papers for the owners I managed for (and my own) in a way that I could easily access them at a moments notice. I’ll show you how I do it.