Having someone to serve as a sounding board can be a priceless asset in your real estate investor journey. The fear of making costly mistakes keeps many would-be landlords on the sidelines. As an investor of single-family homes, I have made multiple mistakes. Those mistakes have become a valuable source of knowledge that I am willing to share. For years, I have sought out the advice of other landlords and have tried to learn from their mistakes and successes. It’s time to pass on the knowledge. I founded Real Estate Investor Times to serve as a tool investors could depend on for news. Now, I am offering my own experience directly to other investors.

The Real Estate Investor Times news site and blog posts offer great insight, but I now offer my 25 years of landlord experience to help new investors maximize their real estate potential. No tricks, no hidden fees –the cost is $250 for one year. I will help you navigate the variables that you will face as an investor. As a new investor to the single-family housing market, you will have to make decisions regarding:

Property selection
Location
Financing
Inspections
Do-it-yourself repairs
Contractor relations
Neighbor relations
Advertising
Tenant applications and screening
Flooring types
Paint colors, textures, finishes
Lawn maintenance and curb appeal
Rental agreements
Tenant turnovers
Ongoing property management

Do not venture into new territory with navigational fears, I will help you recognize the pinch points and pitfalls you may encounter on your journey. I will share my experiences so that you can streamline your own process and avoid unnecessary costly mistakes.

I am happy to offer a service where you can call me to discuss your rental property issue and allow me the opportunity to share what I have learned in similar situations. Any real estate topic is fair for discussion and you can reach out to me as often or as little as you need. One year of service could get you through the property selection process and into tenant relations. This will be as simple as me providing you my cell number so you can reach out as many times as is necessary. I am not going to be setting time limits for our conversations; the goal is to help you avoid costly errors and be able to access real-time assistance. That’s it, no gimmicks and nothing else for sale. If this service would be beneficial to you, send me a message or an email at admin@reinvestortimes.com.

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