As the U.S. housing crisis deepens, more former homeowners are becoming renters. Other people are purchasing foreclosed or devalued properties and turning them into rental units. There are great opportunities for investors seeking to become landlords - but they must beware of pitfalls as well. This compact, easy-to-follow guide is helpful for landlords and those who are considering renting out their properties. Using a question-and-answer format, George Sheldon explains how to: decide on the right rent to charge; screen tenants to find the good ones and discourage bad ones; deal with unexpected expenses; resolve landlord-tenant disputes; and more. This concise, nontechnical guide will provide quick, clean answers to the top 250 questions about how to be the best landlord and reap the best profits.how should scheduled or routine maintenance be completed? One of the dynamics ... Most leases include this provision and require a minimum of twenty- four hours notice prior to entrance for nonemergency purposes.The twenty-four hours notice can be by telephone or written notice. Some landlords will ... At the same time, you might check the fire extinguisher and test the smoke detectors. It is better toanbsp;...
|Title||:||The 250 Questions Every Landlord Should Ask|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2009-01-17|