It’s time for Jason Hartman to have a good, old fashioned discussion on property management. This time, however, there are THREE sides at the table.
In one corner is Jason’s mom, Joyce, who is an EXTREME do-it-herself self-manager. In another corner is Drew, who has always been with a property management company and isn’t ready to step into the self-management world. And in the final corner is Jason, with his method of a hybrid model.
Listen in as these three discuss concerns, strategies, and tips for property management, no matter which road you decide to go down.
[2:06] Photos from Meet the Masters are up, don’t forget to download yours! Join Jason for a bucket list trip to the Icehotel – Sweden in April and don’t forget to register for the Jason Hartman University event in San Jose.
[7:51] The hardest part of Jason’s business is property management
[tweet_box design=”default” float=”none”]”Sometimes it’s better to delegate, I admit, but sometimes it’s better to just do things yourself”[/tweet_box]
[10:16] Drew’s properties in Indianapolis were A builds, but after the Great Recession they’re in C+ neighborhoods now
[13:05] Jason’s hybrid self-management practice
[17:00] Where Joyce gets access to running credit reports and everything she needs to do to screen tenants
[tweet_box design=”default” float=”none”]”The longer you have that tenant, the less hassle you have with that tenant”[/tweet_box]
[21:58] The most important thing you need to communicate to your tenant about rent
[27:52] Property managers have inherent conflicts of interest
[29:48] How Joyce gets her property ready for the next tenant
[32:26] Questioning pricing can frequently lead to dramatic reductions in price
[tweet_box design=”default” float=”none”]”Don’t be afraid to make deals with your tenants, a lot of times they want to improve the property”[/tweet_box]