Ready to be a Landlord?

“I’m thinking about renting my
personal residence.”

So, you are considering making the leap to becoming a Landlord.


Being a Landlord can be a wonderfully rewarding experience but, as you might already know, there are many things to consider:

  • What insurance do I need as a Landlord?
  • Do I really need to hire a Property Manager?
  • How much rent should I charge for my rental property?

Whether you choose to use a Property Manager, or manage the property on your own, you’ll want to fully educate yourself before making the decision.

When you become a Landlord, you effectively start a small business, so it’s important to prepare yourself accordingly.

We’re happy to discuss your situation and see how we can help.  

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