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Useful Resources for First-Time Real Estate Investors
Updated: Dec 30, 2020
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Buying a rental property is a great way to earn passive income each month. If the property’s value appreciates over time, it can prove to be a worthwhile long-term investment. Investing in rental properties also requires considerable amounts of time, work, and money. From preparing to purchase your first rental property to keeping it well-maintained, here are some useful resources for first time real estate investors.
Before You Buy
If you’re thinking about purchasing a rental property, there’s a lot to consider including what type of property you can afford.
So You Want to Be a Landlord? Five Considerations Before You Buy
Are You Financially Ready to Buy an Investment Property?
Should You Pay Off Debt, or Should You Save and Invest?
Making the Purchase
Once you’ve got your finances in order, it’s time to begin your search and review loan options.
7 Tips for Choosing the Right Property to Invest In
How to Find Investment Property Loans
Buying Investment Property: 4 Best Tips to Get an Offer Accepted
Before You Market
Once you’ve purchased your rental property, you’ll need to effectively market it to potential tenants.
Before Marketing Your Property, Makes Fixes Like Window Repair How to Identify a Target Market for Your Rental Properties in 5 Steps
4 Tips on How to Market Your Vacation Rental
Upkeeping the Property
Once you have tenants, you’ll need to maintain the property.
Hire Tverdov Housing to Manage and Maintain Your Property
Landlord Responsibilities: A Complete Guide
Every Landlord Needs These Tools
How to Get Your Tenants to Clean Regularly in 5 Easy Steps
4 Practical Ways to Increase Tenant Happiness (& Quality)
Whether you’re aiming to purchase a residential or vacation rental property, it’s important to know what you’re getting into. Learn what you can about the steps involved in the process — from determining whether you want to be a landlord to choosing the right property to marketing and managing the property. The more prepared you are, the more likely you will be to succeed.
For a free property analysis and rent estimate, contact Tverdov Housing by calling (732) 344-0701 or complete this form.
Article written by Katie Conroy