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Los Angeles is arguably famous around the world, even to people who never visit it. Landlords are understandably drawn to the LA rental market. However, they must understand what to expect before diving into an investment. This overview should help.

In our modern world, it’s easier than ever for investors and landlords to be in more than one place at the same time. Red-eye flights can be booked from your phone and face-to-face online video chat services connect property managers with their tenants.

Across the U.S. businesses, schools and average citizens have been scrambling to keep ahead of the novel coronavirus. That includes landlords, property managers, and real estate business owners.

A lot of people think being a landlord is easy; you just buy a place and start collecting rent checks. That’s true, to a degree. But there’s also a lot of peripheral work that goes into the job.

Rental real estate is an excellent long-term investment that can give you a steady stream of passive income. But the reality is, it isn’t as easy as it may sound.