Becoming a landlord opens up a world of opportunities but comes with its fair share of challenges, particularly in the financial realm.
Financial planning for landlords can be difficult. You must be smart about spending and saving money to maximize returns. Read on for some helpful tips.
Insurance is critical for any type of dwelling. We’ll high-level cover the difference between landlord insurance vs homeowners insurance.
Tenant ledgers are a critical aspect of managing your business. Click here to learn more about what a tenant ledger is and how to get one.
There are a lot of perks to being a landlord. But what can a landlord not do? Stay tuned to find out and avoid mistakes.
If you have a garage for rent, you might be considering renting it out for a little extra income. However, you’ll need to manage it like any other rental property. Check out our post to learn more!
Although long-term lease agreements are more common, the good news is that property owners that don’t want the commitment can opt for month-to-month rental contracts.
Holiday & vacation tips for landlords to delegate tasks, set rent collection up on auto-pilot, and even outsource maintenance requests while you relax or travel!
”How much can I rent my house for?” is an important question for landlords. You should factor in the 1% rule, condition of the property, and market value to answer.
Looking for the best accounting software for landlords? Check out our comparison of REI Hub vs Quickbooks Online.