Solutions for Tired Landlords

Real Estate Agent with Weichert, Realtors

Solutions for Exhausted, Frustrated Landlords

Landlords buy investment properties to make money by earning cash flow every month and capitalizing on properties' appreciation over time. 

But often they are frustrated by tenants who damage a property through neglect or abuse, middle-of-the-night calls to make repairs, late rental payments, or too many vacancies. 

The Tenant Mind-Set

Tenants don't have the same mind-set as owners. So what if the rental payment is late? The landlord has plenty of money, the tenant thinks. The tenant may not care if the grass is too high. And if the toilet backs up in the middle of the night? Well, the tenant reasons, the landlord needs to be called right way because the overflowing water may damage the property and the landlord knows someone who can come fix it now. 

The Best of Both Worlds

Now there is a method that solves those problems but allows landlords to still get their payments regularly, realize their investments' appreciation, and minimize needed repairs and midnight phone calls.

The method was started by an exhausted landlord. He realized that to be a successful landlord, he had to change the mind-set of the tenant to that of an owner. Because, in this system, the tenant will eventually buy the property, he or she sees it as his own. The tenant will take pride in the house, cut the grass, make minor repairs and make payments on time because the risk of losing the housing -- and all what he or she has put into it already -- is too great. What's more, because of an IRS rule, the rental payments can be deducted against his or her income. 

The Benefits 

The service saves landlords a lot of hassle because it markets the property to thousands of prospective tenant-buyers who are already in the system. It vets applications with a credit and employment check. After the tenant moves in, the service collects the rent, often through automatic payroll deductions. Tenants stay in the property longer, thereby eliminating turnover and needed repairs between lease terms.

The landlord sets a premium, future price and the tenant-buyer pays that price when he or she obtains a mortgage. 

No Sales Comission

What may be the best aspect of the service is that it does not charge landlords any fees or commissions. The service gets its payments through buyer premiums. 

To learn more about how the method works by watching a short video, click here. You can also get in touch with me here if you have any immediate questions. 

David Popoff
DMK Real Estate - Darien, CT
Realtor®,SRS, Green ~ Fairfield County, Ct

With tenants you gotta screen, background check, verify and then some....95% of the time that works for good tenants.

Jul 08, 2015 10:36 PM
Roy Kelley
Retired - Gaithersburg, MD

I was looking for your current blogs. I hope all is going well for you.

Jan 19, 2017 04:07 PM