If you’re looking at leaving the world of property managers and go into self-management, today’s show highlights a useful tool for you to potentially use on your journey.
Jason Hartman kicks off the show discussing some current events in cryptocurrency, the upcoming Creating Wealth event in the Northeast in May, karma, and social credit scoring in China.
Then Jason talks with Dana Dunford, CEO of Hemlane, about how their software can help people with the hybrid management model that Jason is an advocate of. Hemlane offers a portal for owners to screen tenants, schedule showings, remind your tenants of showings, list and advertise your property, connect with real estate professionals for the lease up and tenant turn, and many other functions.
[3:04] Sometimes you have to listen to fate
[9:16] Cryptocurrency ads have been banned by Facebook, Google, and now Twitter
Dana Dunford Interview:
[16:28] Long distance self-management still needs a management company or real estate agent to provide a la carte services on the tenant turn & lease up
[21:28] Hemlane can help you generate more revenue and increase your NOI
[24:50] Transparency up front is critical
[31:40] The $40/month per property for the higher service is a bit steep, what do you get and why is it better than a property manager?
[36:10] How much are tenant turns and lease ups costing through Hemlane?
[40:41] The geographical limitations of Hemlane