A rental property is an investment geared toward income potential. Aside from taxes, building use costs and insurance payments, there are many costs to consider when buying a rental property. At Harland Property Management, we are helping our clients enjoy the income benefits of their rental property hassle free. However, properly managing a rental property takes experience, industry knowledge and patience. Our expert managers will help you determine a budget, including planning for maintenance costs.
Below are basic instructions on how to estimate maintenance costs for a rental property.
Owning a rental property that generates a positive income flow takes extensive financial planning, regular maintenance and attention to daily operations. Whether you are planning on buying a real estate property for additional income or currently own a residential rental property and require assistance, contact Harland Property Management. Our expert managers are here to help make your investment a successful venture (858-367-0343).