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First-Time Landlord: Your Guide to Renting Out a Single-Family Home

Whether or not you call yourself a “landlord”, when you rent out a house you’ll want to do it right! The “Landlording 101” course for new rental property owners who are first-time landlords by way of an inheritance, divorce, investment, purchase for a family member, or a move to a new house. 90% of small

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Whether or not you call yourself a “landlord”, when you rent out a house you’ll want to do it right!

The “Landlording 101” course for new rental property owners who are first-time landlords by way of an inheritance, divorce, investment, purchase for a family member, or a move to a new house. 90% of small properties are owned by individual landlords, and millions in this group are balancing their landlord responsibilities with their daytime careers.

First – Time Landlord provides concise information for those with little business savvy and less time and patience to become big-time real estate investors, but who wish to make money on their new property while renting it out lawfully and right! It covers:

How to determine whether or not the property will turn a profit
Landlord business basics
Finding good tenants
Preparing and signing a lease
Handling Repairs
Complying with applicable rental laws
Dealing with problem tenants
Preparing for sale of property

Containing tips, true stories, and shared first-time experiences, First – Time Landlord is an indispensable book for the new landlords of today’s dominant rental housing market.

Comments

Derek G says:

Exactly what an aspiring landlord will want to read! I’ve reviewed three Nolo books now and all three have done a wonderful job of translating complicated legal mumbo-jumbo into readable material regular folks can understand. They may not replace the advice of a lawyer in my opinion, but perhaps I’m just a wimp. I was a little apprehensive of a book publisher of this caliber teaming up with USA Today as I consider their newspaper the sort of thing people read when they don’t want to learn anything. Still, in a strange way, the combination…

J. Jacobs says:

good for starter information, but you may need more This easy-to-read book goes over the basics of renting out a single family home. Most of it is easy to understand and reading the book will provide one with a good base of information. 

E. Meyers says:

I am making money following it’s advice! I bought this book when starting a rental business. This book is eye-opening, really. I surprised my real estate agent. It gives many hands on details as well as resource for further learning. It is a small book so don’t expect it to help you make million dollar decision, however, for a small rental business in initial stage, this is pretty much all you need. This book also helped me avoid a few costly mistakes. It is also very easy to read. 

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