Resources and Links for First-Time Vacation or Residential Rental Property Owners
Investing in real estate can be a smart move if you take the right steps. Both short-term and residential rentals can help investors earn major profits and even help pay down their primary mortgages. The trick to accomplishing this with your rental properties, however, is to have the right tools and resources before you make your big move to buy an investment property.
So, if you are ready to earn extra income and become a landlord, The Boyd Team hopes the following resources can make your journey less stressful and maybe even more beneficial for your bank account.
Researching Potential Rental Properties and Locations
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Protecting Investment Properties and Landlords
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Buying Landlord Insurance for Your Rental Property
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Ensuring Your Investment Property Stays Rented
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Making an investment in real estate can be profitable, but this is also a major financial commitment. Use the helpful links above to establish and protect your investment property, whether you opt for a residential or short-term rental. That way, you have a better chance with ROI and ensure that your efforts aren’t wasted.
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