There are a lot of people who own a piece of real estate and then rent it out for a bit of spare cash, but there is a world of difference between this situation and the far more rare position of real estate moguls. Not only do these individuals act as landlords for their full-time employment, but they can also earn an insanely large amount of money.
So the first thing that you’re probably asking yourself is, how do you get from point a to point b; from being a part time landlord to somebody who owns an extensive portfolio of real estate? Like with most things, any explanation over simplifies and reduces the accomplishment, but you can still learn something about how you can scale your business operations upward.
Like with any situation of letting out a building, the main responsibility and goal of any landlord is to keep their tenant happy and, admittedly, untroublesome. This is quite easy when you’ve only got a single home you’re letting out as you can be very personal with your tenant, but when you’ve got a massive number of tenants in a large number of buildings, managing them becomes more onerous; requiring you to adapt what you’re doing to limit the amount of administration that you’re doing, which means putting a system in place which can help with this side of the management is a possible solution.