Part and parcel of being a landlord is preparing for potential issues, which may include having to ask tenants to relocate, even briefly, while a problem is rectified. In this case, do you owe your tenant compensation?
Looking after an investment property takes dedication, time and a great deal of attention. For many, it’s easier to just pay someone else to do it – but still others say, challenge accepted! So which is better and more profitable in the long run?
In this article, we take a look at five key areas you should consider when identifying a suitable investment property for a short-term rental property investment.
Appointing a property manager and then sitting back and letting everything take care of itself sounds good in theory, but in practice landlords need to be hands-on in order to enjoy a high-profit, low-stress investment
Property investors are in it to make a profit – but not everyone is ready to deal with the difficulties of handling tenants along the way.