One of the biggest mistakes new landlords make is underestimating the rental potential of their property. Often new landlords are so eager to get tenants in their property, that they undervalue their rental in the listing.
In the world of real estate investing, there are two numbers landlords consistently analyze: the cash flow their properties could produce in an ideal scenario, and the actual monthly cash flow they collect. These two numbers are rarely the same. Why? The cause is tenant turnover, a primary cash flow killer. Here is how you can stabilize your cash flow with less tenant turnover.
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