Today’s episode is another in property management education. It’s crucial that you identify the weak link in all your investments, as well as figuring out a safeguard against them. When it comes to your real estate investing, it’s quite possible that your weak link is your property manager.
After his intro, Jason Hartman has part 1 of a client case study with Muthiah, where the two discuss an incident Muthiah recently had with a vendor, and what actions you can take when you’re being wronged.
[5:25] Cutting out the middle men – property managers
[9:08] One of the best decisions Jason made when he got into the nationwide real estate business 14 years ago
[13:09] Looking for the weakest link in your investments
[17:30] Jason’s been accused of being a complainer, but is that such a bad thing? Complainers change the world
Muthiah Client Case Study:
[22:27] What happened to Muthiah that created tension with the seller
[24:55] If the seller wants to close before the repairs are completed, the only way you accept is if they have money held in escrow in case they don’t do what they promised
[28:00] The two ends of the company spectrum
[30:51] What Jason wants you to negotiate with your property management contract
[34:52] The inherent conflict of interest with property managers