1. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Introduction
  2. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Becoming A Landlord
  3. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Operating As A Landlord
  4. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Finding Tenants
  5. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Landlord-Tenant Relationship
  6. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Hiring A Property Manager
  7. The Complete Guide To Becoming A Landlord: Conclusion
Being a landlord can be a fulfilling and financially rewarding experience. Because of the time and money involved in purchasing, maintaining and renting property, however, the decision to become a landlord should not be taken lightly. As a landlord, you will have a rental property business, and you will have many duties for which you will be responsible. It is important to understand your responsibilities and to make sure you are in compliance with local, state and federal laws as you build your rental property business.

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