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The Book on Managing Rental Properties: A Proven System for Finding, Screening, and Managing Tenants with Fewer Headaches and Maximum Profits Paperback – October 28, 2015
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"I wish I had this book before I made all of my expensive property management mistakes! In this book Brandon and Heather Turner have covered the biggest challenges for landlords and solved each one with nifty, step-by-step systems. I literally gave the information in Chapter 6 on tenant prescreening to my own team and said 'use this!' It's that good.”
―Chad Carson, coachcarson.com
About the Author
Brandon and Heather Turner are a husband & wife team residing in Montesano, Washington with their daughter, two Yorkie dogs and two cats. Together they own Open Door Properties LLC, an investment company focused on “value-add” real estate opportunities and self-managing their investments. Brandon focuses primarily on the acquisition, while Heather focuses primarily on the management. Brandon is also the co-host of the weekly BiggerPockets Podcast, the most popular real estate podcast in the world. For more information about The Turners, check out www.BrandonTurner.me or OpenDoorPropertiesLLC.com.
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By paying for this book, we saved more money and learned a lot more than by finding a property manager for our house. For nearly $25 of investment as compared to $1,000+, I'll take that!
Now we are intentionally getting into the business as we are getting within a decade of retirement age. We want to do it right and this book has been a great resource as we dive in.
I've seen some critiques that say the content is a bit basic, but I don't agree with that at all. It is well-structured and well written. I honestly didn't read a single segment that I didn't feel was useful. I especially like the links to document templates and information about regs in specific states.
The personal anecdotes about the writers' experiences also add a credible and sometimes humorous punch to information that one would expect to be boring.
Bottom line, at around $17 for the paperback, I consider this book a gift to a rental newbie like me. I highly recommend.