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How to Eliminate Bad Tenants

This is the place where we will be talking about how to let out investment properties in the residential buy to let market, easily and profitably, while avoiding hassles and common problems. We will go over how to let your investment property easily, step-by-step, what to do and what not to do. So let's get started . . . 

Bad tenants can be avoided easily and consistently. Yes, I know there are no absolutes in life. Expecting to have good tenants 100% of the time is not realistic. But, if in the lifetime of your business, you encounter only one or two bad tenants, face it, you are successful and you are maximizing your profits.

Let me tell you how I got here in the first place. You see, I actually went about my career as a property investor all the wrong way, because it was not my job. I had a profession and it wasn’t property letting at that time.

I bought properties and then decided to do the letting myself, simply because the properties were in close proximity to where I lived. And boy, oh boy, did I regret that for the first year … but unfortunately by that time, I was in over my head. I realized that I had to decide either become good at this or quit completely. If you know me, then you know that I don’t quit easily. It’s not in my nature and I decided to get good at property letting because my investments were important to me, and my financial freedom.

To get good at this I walked a long path. I learnt legal stuff, tried systems, tested methods and procedures. Eventually the day came when, for me, letting became simple, easy, natural and nothing more than doing business, like in any other business. You also can do this, but you will have to learn a few shortcuts if you are to get there faster and easier.

In the next couple of days I will be posting the First 3 Steps of Eliminating Bad Tenants, from ground up, and the Letting Process Diagram that is the blue print on which I based my processes, some Letting Tips and Secrets, and other important information. Time and time again, it has proven its value to my success.

So, if you want the rest of the stuff, be sure to visit daily. Also remember to subscribe to the early bird list by entering your name and email address on the right and clicking the Subscribe button. This will get you onto the VIP list for the Investor Letting Workshop.

This is a private list for people interested in letting only and it has nothing to do with your subscriptions to Property Investor Network.

And let us know your thoughts in the comments.

In the next post we will go trough Step One of eliminating bad tenants.

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Des - Des and Done     | 196.207.32.xxx | 2008-03-25 08:13:58
Is that the one we did last year

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Sean Wheller     | 198.54.202.xxx | 2008-03-26 04:10:05
Hi Des, Hi Don,

Yes this is the course you took in Cape Town. We're now launching all courses online, starting with this one.
Charles - Online course   | 198.54.202.xxx | 2008-03-26 05:16:34
Sean/Karen

This looks great - looking forward to getting down too doing the actual course
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I attended the Calculating Residential Investment Deals because I wanted to learn more about the ins' and outs' of property investing. As a property investor I constantly look to learn more to enhance my strategies. What I found and have to say about the course is that it exceeded my expectations. For a two week course, I thought it will be pretty superficial, but I found quite the contrary. It is very in-depth, it takes the thought process from the beginning of financial understanding and puts together many ideas on how to look at the properties when purchasing them. I know that this course has helped me avoid in the future bad purchases and helped me search for properties that suit me financially. I am now looking forward now to do the Letting course on PIN.  Cindy Johnson - JHB





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Anyone who seeks to venture into the world of property investing should definitely not miss the opportunity to register for the ‘Calculating Residential Investment Course ‘ . Wow what a learning curve for me . I thoroughly enjoyed  the examples used – which were so practical -and the various scenarios presented in every example and how that impacted on a particular investment . To go along with that the inside info provided was great . It certainly opened my eyes wide open and also the confidence as to what I need to know , ask and look for in a particular investment deal . Thanx for a great course . Demitri Giannais - JHB





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Thank you for the Calculating Residential Deals course, it was a real eye opener for me, I wish I could have taken this course some 3 years ago when I made some pretty bad buying decisions. Now I will try to sell those properties and start investing in properties that will make me money. Joshua S., JHB.





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As a relative newbie to the property market - from a purely investment point of view; I found the Calculating Residential Investment Deals course very informative and easy to follow.  I am wanting to get involved in the rental  / development market and feel that I am getting better equipped to do this as a result of learning and expanding my understanding. Joanne du Plessis





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As a matter of fact ... of the 3 places where we've used the new contract and new practices that we were taught, we have yet to receive a late payment (or non-payment) on the rent or experience any problems with the tenants. - Eugené L. Pienaar - JHB

My partner and I attended the PIN Investor Letting Workshop in Feb 2008 with no expectations as we already considered ourselves to be rather knowledgeable in the art of letting property.  We have a few properties on our books and have been using standard contracts and 'gut feel' screening to place tenants and manage the properties.  Needless to say, we were in for quite a surprise on the day. 

Within the first 15 minutes, we realized that we had better start taking some notes as we clearly had LOTS to learn.  We started the session going through the legalities of renting properties out ... I was amazed at how many things I did not know pertaining to both landlord as well as tenant privileges.  It was not long into this session that we also found out that the advice we have received from other guru's in the property market would see us lands us in trouble if followed and done in the matter they advocate.

Karen and Sean then shared some 'nuggets of wisdom' on how to find and screen the right tenants, how to manage them and how to evict them legally if they become non-performing tenants.  We received some key contact information and most of all - we were given AND taken through (step-by-step) a legally sound contract for residential letting that favors the landlord and empowers him to deal with all types of issues.

We walked out of the seminar feeling that it was money well spent and have recommended it to our friends that are currently dabbling in property investment.  We then sat down and went through our letting agencies methods, contracts and administration.  We ended up giving them notice as we felt (after discussions with them) that we were better equipped to handle the letting process than they were.  I was, in fact, getting a huge kick informing them of issues that they were not aware of. 

As a matter of fact ... of the 3 places where we've used the new contract and new practices that we were taught, we have yet to receive a late payment (or non-payment) on the rent or experience any problems with the tenants. 

I can recommend this course as the one course you MUST do before renting out your own or someone else's property (rental agents ... take note!).  It is money well spent and the support received from Sean and Karen on the PIN forums after the course rounds off the total package rather nicely.  All queries were answered within 24 hours (or less!).  Well done Sean and Karen.  Keep up the good work and keep the education coming!". Eugené L. Pienaar - JHB

 

I attended the Letting workshop down in Durban, as a full time property investor whos business is property I learnt a lot from this workshop. It is full of "meat and potatoes" facts and tools to make our lives as Buy to Let property investors a lot easier whether you manage your tenants yourself or you outsource to a letting agent. Worth its weight in gold! - Brennan Carey

 




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