There are a lot of books out there on how to make money in property management, but most of them are written by people who have never actually managed properties themselves. This book is different. It’s written by someone who has years of experience in the industry and knows exactly what it takes to be successful.
About the Author
Jeff Rohde began his career in real estate nearly 30 years ago by investing in his own portfolio. He has helped people buy and sell millions of dollars worth of real estate for over two decades, including retail, office, industrial, single-family and multi-family residential properties and raw land.
In 2005, he founded a private real estate brokerage focusing on residential and commercial investment real estate and property management. Jeff earned the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, held by only a few people worldwide and the highest professional certification in commercial investment real estate.
Jeff Rohde is also the founder of J. Scott Digital – a company providing freelance copywriting and content creation services to real estate, property management, insurance, and accounting businesses – and publisher of the Basic Property Management blog.
You will learn
In Achieving Financial Success as a Property Manager: An Insider’s Guide, we start by discussing how property management companies make money. Then, we’ll look at common methods such as charging fees for property management, leasing, brokerage, and project management services. Additionally, we’ll explore how providing a full-service solution to real estate investors and property owners can be lucrative for you as a property manager.
This book contains over 35,000 words of clear and concise information and covers the following topics:
- From Rent Collection to Evicting Tenants: An Overview of the Property Manager’s Job Duties
- How to Choose the Right Property Management Fee for Your Business
- Get Paid What You’re Owed: A Guide to Collecting Leasing Fees
- Selling Property and Earning a Commission: The Basics for Property Managers
- Increase Your Bottom Line by Charging for Maintenance and Project Management
- How to Know if a Prospective Client is Worth Your Time
- How to Stay on Top of Your Property Management Accounting
- Why Some People Love Being a Property Manager . . . And Why Others Hate It