The Everything Landlording Book: A comprehensive guide to property management (Google eBook)
Everything Books, Aug 18, 2009 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
In todayís market, many property owners find themselves first-time landlords for a variety of reasons. Some homeowners turn to renting when they canít sell a house. Empty nesters may consider making money on their extra space. And buyers might look into the revenue-producing idea of purchasing a multi-family home. Whatever the reasons for becoming a landlord, itís often a challenging role.
This guide helps new and experienced landlords alike:
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Providing a Perfect Home 159
How Do Checklists Protect You? 172
Your Rights in Emergencies 209
Insurance Issues 86
Know about Liability 99
How to Avoid an Audit 237
Keeping Good Tenants 259
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