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How Landlords Should Sell Property With Existing Tenants

monopolyAt some point in our real estate businesses the need to sell off one or more of our properties becomes necessary for a variety of reasons like, raising equity for another purchase, 1031 exchange to a bigger property, or reducing your portfolio.  The timing in those types of sales don’t Read the rest of this entry

Louisville Landlord Tip: Water Line Insurance, Good Buy or Not?

hole Landlord tip:  Avoid emergency differed maintenance costs to repair water lines

Louisville Landlords, this is not the usual tenant training tip that I usually offer.  But it is a subject that could save you thousands of dollars in repair of your Louisville rental property.

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Louisville Landlord Tenant Training: Fireplaces

Louisville Landlords With Fireplaces When the weather gets colder outside, your tenants may turn to that amenity you touted during the showing of the house, the fireplace.

Late December or January is when most Louisville Rental tenants start thinking about lighting the fireplace rather than spin the thermostat for warmth.

Either prior to this season or even prior to renting the unit look to these safety steps to take to keep your tenants protected as well as your asset. Read the rest of this entry

Louisville Landlord Tenant Training Tip: Reduce toilet calls with this tip

Louisville Landlord Tenant TipsOK you all know that the 3 T’s don’t stand for Tenant Training Tip, maybe they should. Most of us know that phrase as Tenants, Termites, and Toilets.

The reasons most don’t want to participate in cash flowing properties in Louisville. For those that do and do it well, here is a tip that if you can train your tenants to avoid; you’ll get less toilet calls in the middle of the night. Read the rest of this entry

Are You Tired Of Being A Landlord?

Are You Tired Of Being A Landlord?

1012701_558570700867104_589716148_nRecently, I have heard and read countless accounts of people who own rental houses getting tired of being a landlord.  They tell stories of renters that destroy their properties, calling at all hours with non-emergency toilet troubles, and most tenants can’t pay their rent as agreed causing owners cash flow problems.

Almost every one of these stories of tired landlords ends with a plea for relief. They want out but either don’t know how or don’t want a total loss of their supposed asset. Read the rest of this entry