July 13, 2023

If you own rental property, you might be wondering if you should hire a property manager to handle the day-to-day tasks and responsibilities of your investment. A property manager can be a valuable asset for landlords who want to save time, money, and stress, but they also come with a cost and some potential drawbacks. In this blog post, we discuss the pros and cons of hiring a property manager, and help you decide if it is the right choice for you.

What Does a Property Manager Do?

A property manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of a rental property. This includes tasks such as finding and screening tenants, collecting rent, handling maintenance and repairs, and enforcing lease agreements.

They also act as a liaison between the landlord and tenants, handling any disputes or issues that may arise. Essentially, a property manager takes care of all the details so that the landlord can focus on other aspects of their business or personal life. Read more.

We also have two new Video Extras this month: Setting Up a Lease and Tenant Move-In Process. You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel @landlordgurus and receive notifications whenever new videos are posted. And ICYMI, download your free copy of our Landlord Toolkit. Read on to learn more about:

  • Should I Hire a Property Manager?
  • Steadily Landlord Insurance Overview
  • Property Management Fees Calculator
  • Setting Up a Lease – Video Extra
  • Tenant Move-In Process – Video Extra
  • The Ultimate Landlord Toolkit
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