Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Scott Safadi: Titles Every Landlord Needs to Read

Whether you're a seasoned pro or new to the game, every landlord can benefit from the wisdom of industry experts. Here are some of my go-to favorites:

Landlording, Leigh Robinson

Don't let the1976 publication date fool you - this book should be on the bookshelf of any good landlord. Considered to be the gold standard industry-wide, this title features virtually everything you might need to know about landlording principles.

Every Landlord's Legal Guide, Marcia Steward

Think you don't need much legal knowledge as a landlord? Think again. While you might not need to study for the bar, having a solid understanding of basic rules and regulations for the industry. This guide will come in handy anytime you're in doubt about your responsibilities and rights, which might happen more than you'd think!

The Landlord's Troubleshooter, Robert Irwin

Marketed to new landlords, this has bailed more than a few people out of landlord-tenant conundrums. With nearly 300 pages of content, you're sure to find your problem addressed.
- Scott Safadi, Cal Bay Property Management


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