Property Management Kit For Dummies, 3rd Edition


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Discover how to be a landlord with ease Thinking about becoming a landlord? Property Management Kit For Dummies gives you proven strategies for establishing and maintaining rental properties, whether a single family or multi–resident unit. You′ll find out how to prepare and promote your properties, select tenants, handle repairs, avoid costly mistakes and legal missteps—and meet your long–term goals. Now you can find out if you really have what it takes to successfully manage a rental property, and you′ll learn all about the various options for hiring someone else to manage your property for you. You′ll find out the right way to prepare your properties for prospective tenants, set the rent and security deposit, clean up properties between tenants, and verify rental applications. In no time at all, you can become a top–notch property manager by working efficiently with employees and contractors to keep your properties safe and secure. Manage your time and money wisely Acquire a property and prepare it for tenants Make your property stand out and attract tenants Keep good tenants and get rid of bad ones Collect and increase rent Evaluate the different types of insurance and understand income and property taxes Complete with lists of ten reasons to become a rental property owner, ten ways to rent your vacancy, and the ten biggest mistakes a landlord can make, Property Management Kit For Dummies helps you achieve your dream of being a successful residential rental property owner. CD–ROM and other supplementary materials are not included as part of the e–book file, but are available for download after purchase.
Introduction , 1 Part I: So You Want to Be a Landlord? , 7 Chapter 1: Property Management 101 9 Chapter 2: Do You Have What It Takes to Manage Your Own Rental Property? 21 Chapter 3: Managing Your Property Yourself or Hiring a Pro 33 Chapter 4: Taking Over the Property 47 Part II: Renting Your Property , 57 Chapter 5: Getting Your Rental Property Ready for Prospective Tenants 59 Chapter 6: The Big Three of Property Management: Rent, Security Deposits, and Rental Contracts 77 Chapter 7: FOR RENT: Generating Interest in Your Rental 95 Chapter 8: Handling Prospects When They Come A&rsquo,Calling 125 Chapter 9: Strutting Your Stuff: Making Your Property Stick Out 147 Chapter 10: Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo: Selecting Your Tenants 167 Part III: The Brass Tacks of Managing Rentals , 195 Chapter 11: Moving In the Tenants 197 Chapter 12: Collecting and Increasing Rent 219 Chapter 13: Keeping the Good Tenants (And Your Sanity) 235 Chapter 14: Dealing with Problem Tenants 245 Chapter 15: Moving Out the Tenants 261 Part IV: Techniques and Tools for Managing the Property , 275 Chapter 16: Working with Employees and Contractors 277 Chapter 17: Maintaining the Property 291 Chapter 18: Keeping Safety and Security in Mind 307 Part V: Money, Money, Money! , 327 Chapter 19: Two Necessities of Property Management: Insurance and Taxes 329 Chapter 20: Financial Management and Record–Keeping 341 Chapter 21: Finding New Ways to Increase Your Cash Flow 353 Part VI: The Part of Tens , 373 Chapter 22: Ten Reasons to Become a Rental Property Owner 375 Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Rent Your Vacancy 379 Appendix: About the CD , 385 Index , 393