Need help with multi-family prop. - Posted by Justin

Posted by mike oldfield on March 18, 2002 at 20:39:35:


Take a local landlord to lunch and you will get an earful.

I will answer ten specific questions you have so fire away.

Mike Oldfield
Author “Real Estate Investing For The Average Joe”

Need help with multi-family prop. - Posted by Justin

Posted by Justin on March 17, 2002 at 21:26:53:

I purchased Carleton’s program - went through it five or six times; and then combed through the internet to find more information. I’m happy to learn the truths about this program, and what beginners should be aware of. I thank this message board for that.

I am intersted in buying a multi-family property, but would like to know everything I can about property management, tenants, maintenance, problems, etc. Also, possibly using a laywer. I purchased the extra program he offers on property management, and am going through it now. I would like to know of any other sources of info: on the internet, books, etc., as well as the major problems to avoid being a potential landlord. I welcome any advice!

Thank you -


Re: Need help with multi-family prop. - Posted by majek

Posted by majek on March 22, 2002 at 12:30:31:

Try and
Also, goto borders bookstore in the Real Estate
section and they have a host of landlording book.

Lastly, get a copy of the “Landlord and Tenant Ordiance” for your city and learn it back to front
and front to back – this will save you in lawsuits.

Oh ya, look into asset protection and privacy for
your personal assest and building.