When it comes to finding and purchasing rental properties, you want to ensure you have a knowledgeable, experienced partner to help you in your search.
Buying investment properties is a whole other ball game compared to simply purchasing a personal residence.
You have to think about the make-ready work, rent rates, cash flow, appreciation, crime rates, school districts, property taxes, etc, and how it will all fit in with your goals and strategy.
You also have to think about management. Are you going to self-manage or have a third-party handle that for you?
If you’re going to hire a Property Manager anyway, why wouldn’t you take advantage of using their brokerage services as well?
It makes sense on so many levels, and we’re going to discuss a few reasons why: