Resources For Landlords
& Property Investors
Tools, professional guides, landlord-tenant laws, and a directory of reliable vendors. Discover ways to automate your real estate business and increase profitability.
Rental Forms, Checklists and Letters
Attorney-approved rental forms and checklists for the most important tasks you need to do as a landlord. From finding good tenants, screening them, and moving them in, to returning security deposits when they move out.
Essential reference to the state specific landlord-tenant laws. Overview of the most common rules like security deposit refunds, evictions notices etc.
Eviction Process & Timeline
Overview of the eviction process, access to all states’ eviction notices and checklists with a step-by-step guide on how to file for an eviction in your state.
Security Deposit Laws
Security deposit laws for each state, including limits, process to return the deposit, required deadlines and forms you can use.
Lease Violation Laws
Although filing for eviction is not complicated in most states, it’s time consuming. Most eviction attorneys charge a very reasonable flat fee, which is worth it.
Private Money for Rehab & Rentals
Rehab Fix & Flip
Fix and Flip are short-term loans, used to purchase, rehab, and sell a property within 6 to 9 months.
Buy, Rehab & Hold
The Buy, Rehab, and Hold loans are similar to Rehab, Fix, and Flip but with a longer-term and usually at a lower rate.
Multifamily Bridge Loans
Short-term loans used to purchase a 5 plus unit apartment complex. Frequently used to renovate, stabilize and rent the property before refinancing.
Commercial Hard Money
A loan based on the value of a commercial property. This type of financing is faster and is the best fit for transactions that might not fit traditional lending guidelines.
Well-structured method to collect information on prospective tenants, including background and references.
Tenant welcome letter that sets the tone for the entire tenancy. Use our template or create your own.
Can a Landlord Charge a Deposit for an Emotional Support Animal
Who is Responsible for Clogged Toilets, Landlord or Tenant