Product Full Details
|Included with membership:|
|The attraction of rehabbing is the idea that you will be able to find a
distressed property, buy it way below market value, fix it up within a
short period of time and at relatively little cost, and then sell it
for a big profit. In theory, it's a great idea and there are certainly
properties out there that are worth rehabbing. However, in practice
it's not always that easy to find profitable properties and itís
possible to experience serious problems and end up with big losses,
particularly for the unprepared beginner. In other words, rehab
projects can be risky, particularly for the inexperienced.
Profitable rehab of a property requires adequate knowledge, careful analysis, and good planning. It is important to buy the right property in the right location for the right price in the first place. It is also important to fix the right things and do so in the proper manner when rehabbing it.
Whether you want to be a rehabber depends not only on your knowledge, expertise, and talents, but also on your tolerance for hassle and risk.
|*||Easy online Access|
|*||Easy to use Tenant Screening|
|*||Landlord Legal Forms|
|*||Books and Training Guides|
|*||Increase Cash Flow|
|*||Landlord Attorney Directory|
|*||How to Articles|
|*||Landlord Resource Center|
|-||Basics of 1031 Exchanges|
|-||What is a 1031 Delayed Exchange?|
|-||Other money making strategies with 1031's|
|-||Computing the "Real Gain" on a 1031 exchange|
|-||1033 -What's a 1033?|
|-||Exchange Real Estate for Oil/Gas|
|-||Over 800 Eviction Attorneys listed in our Attorney Directory|
|-||Deadlines for returning Security Deposit|
|-||Lead Based Paint Regulations by state|
|-||Tenants Rights to Notice Given before Entry|
|-||Lease Termination Notice|
|-||HUD/Section 8 Housing|
|-||Fair Credit Reporting Act|
|-||State Laws prohibiting Landlord Retaliation|
|-||Landlord Problems & Issues|
|-||Landlord Tenant Law Forum|
|-||Tenant Screening Forum|
|-||Forms & Agreement Forum|
|-||Financing & Mortgage Forum|
|-||Real Estate Investing Forum|
|-||Deadbeat & Skip Forum|
|-||Housing Program Forum|
am a new landlord and this was the perfect site for
me to join. My friend who only has 2 rental units referred
me to landlord411. The ease of use was the selling point
Rod B. - Oklahoma City, OK
...I had never done a 1031 exchange before but landlord411 gave me more than enough information to convince me this was great investment strategy for me.
Sheila B. - Tampa, FL
...The site has been very useful but I find the article of the week to be most informative. I like being kept up to date on issues.
John M. - Atlanta, GA
...They have a chat room so if there is something you need to know, that you can't find, someone is always there to help. This site is a really great resource.
Paul W. - Pasadena, CA
...I loved the customer service when I called. I made a mistake with my credit card and the rep was attentive and very helpful. Everything was top notch!
Shannon R. - Upper Darby, PA