Article Featured in Early to Rise: How to Find a Good Tenant for your Rental Property

For a couple of weeks it seemed that all we talked about was buying rental property from motivated sellers. One article triggered a series of other articles that were in response to reader emails on the topic. This time, the topic has been inspired by reader mail first! It seems that there are a lot of real estate investors that are looking at, or already have rental properties that have tenant troubles. We know all about tenant troubles! We’ve had our share, but more importantly, we’ve figured out how to effectively solve most problems.

The first article in our series of tenant related pieces was featured in the online ezine Early to Rise yesterday, called “How to Find the Best Tenant for Your Rental Property“. Check out the article to learn our worst tenant story, and how we have been able to prevent anything like that from happening again.

The next couple of articles on tenant troubles are going to be in tomorrow’s Rev N You with Real Estate newsletter. That issue is all about finding good tenants, what to do when you find a property that has existing tenants, and other tips for avoiding nightmare tenants! We’ll post part of the newsletter on our website – so you can watch for it at http://www.revnyou.com or you could subscribe so you get the full edition!

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