No one wants to be a landlord with those problems.
The answer, I believe, is that most of these landlords never learned the correct way to rent out their houses from the beginning. Many look at the process of filling a vacancy like the “pregame” show – but in reality, getting your house rented IS the game. If you learn how to rent your house intelligently from the beginning, you can avoid years of headache later.
Whatever the reason is you’ve decided to rent your house out, the simple fact is: you want to do it right.
Perhaps you’ve tried selling but the market is too soft.
Perhaps you’ve been temporarily transferred out of the area for work.
Perhaps you owe more than your house is worth and can’t sell.
Perhaps you’ve realized the incredible wealth building opportunities that renting a home out can provide for your financial future.
Chances are – you’ve heard horror stories from accidental landlords about costly evictions, destroyed properties, professional tenants from hell, and all the reasons why you should not rent your house out. While these stories receive the most press and attention – the fact is, every day millions of landlords are renting out houses to great families across the world.