Being a real estate investor can bring tremendous financial benefits. But it also means being a full-time landlord — fixing toilets, chasing rent, and spending nights and weekends responding to your residents. Unsurprisingly, many investors turn to local property managers, but that can often feel like you’re “managing your manager.” The status quo local options tend to take a reactive approach, without any strategy to maximize your returns. As real estate investors ourselves, we were sick of hearing about egregious upcharges on parts and labor, and frustrated by the lack of sophistication in management for the individual investor. That’s why we’re here.
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