Having a rental unit is an excellent form of security that can provide consistent, long-term income and there are thousands of ways to do it. So, how do you know which avenue is the best for you and how can you maximize that relationship? Well, everyone’s goals are different, but if you are looking for federally backed rental payments deposited into your account every month on the first, this is the guide for you!
Don’t listen to the naysayers that scream to stay away from government programs. The goal of this guide is to take the anxiety, the guesswork, and the uncertainties about the process from beginning to end so you can access an extremely large pool of renters and make your rental journey as simple as possible!
What you get straight from a LA County Housing veteran:
What to Do Before the Unit Is Occupied
Where to List and Find Tenants
What Do I Do Once I Get a Section 8 Applicant?
What Can I Charge?
Are There Special Programs?
The All -Important Lease
What to Do After the Unit Is Occupied
Follow Up Inspections and Responsibilities
Tenant Early Move Out