How To Be A Landlord

Diane's Blog

Investing in single or multi-family homes and dealing with tenants isn’t for everyone.  For those with the intestinal fortitude to have tenants, now is a terrific time to invest in rental property. Loan rates are low and the deals are out there. For the first time in a long time, it’s actually possible to buy property with 20% to 30% down and get a cash flow right away. In the past, of course, SoCal real estate was so pricey that the best investors could hope for was appreciation of the property. Now, even in SoCal it’s possible to get a cash flow deal and make some passive income right away.

A few years ago, I invested in two fourplexes in San Antonio, Texas which are now supplying a tidy cash flow every month.  Attaining that income wasn’t easy. First, I had to renovate the properties, both built in 1940 and…

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