The Rental Property Manager's Toolbox : Including Pre-Written Forms, Agreements, Letters, and Legal Notices
Take a look through the Forbes annual issue of the richest Americans, and you will find a majority of those personal fortunes have something to do with real estate. Real estate rental income rarely experiences wild swings in value, instead providing predictable returns at many times the rate of money markets accounts or CDs. In addition there can be substantial tax advantages as well. However being the "landlord " can be difficult, time consuming, and potentially wrought with financial and legal obstacles. Here is a popular adage real estate investors are familiar with: What is the worst thing about owning investment real estate? Answer: Tenants. And what is the best thing about owning investment real estate? Answer: Tenants. This new book will make the process of managing your rental properties easier.This new book and companion CD-Rom will teach you to avoid headaches, hassles, and lawsuits by learning how to manage your rental property professionally. Maximize your profits and minimize your risks. Learn about advertising, tenant screening, Managing Tenants, legal rights, landlord rights, ,discrimination, vacancies, essential lease clauses, crime prevention, drugs, gangs, security issues, as well as premises liability, security deposits, handling problems, evictions, maintenance, record keeping, and taxes.
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Atlantic Publishing Company
October 14, 2006
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