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Real estate is a fascinating asset class for investment. It’s the only asset class that you can get so locationally specific that you can invest not only by city, but by neighborhood or even by street within a neighborhood. 

If you’re keen to invest in a rental property, but not sure where to start, we have some pointers on preparing to buy an investment property once you find one, and how to set your rent prices for 2020.

From dealing with maintenance requests, chasing rent payments, tracking expenses and a thousand other small jobs, being a landlord can be overwhelming.

It is a difficult task to find an apartment, a house or an office that will satisfy all your needs, and at the same time, you will not have to give 90% of your earnings to pay rent.

If you’re considering a leap into the landlord game, or if you’ve already taken the leap and are looking for some practical tips, check out the following five simple steps!

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