Published May 2003 by Authorhouse .
Written in EnglishRead online
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|Number of Pages||188|
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If you’re wondering how to rent a house that turns a profit, the answer is with good planning and long-term thinking.
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This book is very similar to First-Time Landlord, probably because it was mostly written by the same authors and published by Nolo. However, it does 1-up the previous USA Today publication in that it provides a series of useful state-specific legal charts – detailing the different rules and regulations on a Housing and local services.
A to Z. Being a landlord and renting out a room. Includes tenancy agreements, deposit protection scheme and evicting tenants.