The Military Landlord
There comes a point in almost every military family’s life where they think, “Should we sell this property, or turn it into a rental?” We know because we’ve been there, done that. And while becoming a military landlord and owning a rental property isn’t easy, it can be done.
If you’re at a point in your life where you need to decide whether or not to become a military landlord, you’ve come to the right place. Since we’ve got years of experience in owning and managing rental properties, we decided to spread the love and created a Military Landlord Guide, for prospective landlords just like you.
We’re not going to lie, the download is long. So if you’re looking for a quick overview of the entire guide before you dive in headfirst, keep reading. And before we go too far, we just want to let you know that this is advice from our own experience. We recommend you always consult your state laws and appropriate professionals as necessary before making any decisions.
Things to Keep in Mind Before Diving In:
- Owning a rental property is work, but with proper systems in place it is manageable.
- Sometimes there are short-term and long-term gains, and sometimes there aren’t. Make sure to consider both when making decisions.
- Don’t panic.
- This is a business, so treat it as such.
- We cannot predict the future and neither can you, so make sure to calculate all the risks you take.