Just starting out in the landlording business? Here are some valuable resources including links to forums, blogs and other tools for landlords. Note that some of the links below are affiliate links (I receive a small commission – at no extra cost to you – to help keep this blog going).
Landlord Forums and Discussion Boards
Chat with fellow landlords to find answers to your landlording questions. The best advice doesn’t come from a real estate guru but from someone who has experienced your problem and found a solution!
BiggerPockets is a must-visit resource for anyone looking to succeed in real estate investing. With free content, tools, and a community of over 600,000 members to help people avoid mistakes; learn valuable tips; find partners, deals, and financing; and make the best investing decisions possible. Be sure to check out their free guides!
Landlordology was Founded by LUCAS HALL, Landlord, investor, speaker, blogger and is now part of Cozy.co It has tons of great articles, free guides and state-specific materials. Be sure to check out Cozy as well. You and your tenants will love it!
Bill Biko is the Educated Landlord. Bill provides a wealth of experience and resources for any experience level. New landlords, be sure to sign up for his free Introduction to Landlording online course!
Mark Ferguson is a real estate agent, real estate investor, author and the creator of Investfourmore.com. Investfourmore.com is a real estate blog with a wealth of free information. Mark created InvestFourMore in March of 2013 to show investors how to invest in rental properties. The blog topics have since expanded to include flipping houses and becoming a real estate agent.
Eric is the DIY landlord. His blog, NoNonsenseLandlord.com is for anyone looking to maximize their rental profits by being a DIY landlord. He does it all from dealing with tenants to toilets. Real estate can be a risky business but he helps you stack the odds in your favor by showing his tips and tricks to managing a portfolio of rentals yourself.
Leases and Other Real Estate Forms
With many free forms available, these editable, state-specific forms make it easy to manage properties, comply with state landlord-tenant laws, and prevent unnecessary landlording headaches. ezLandlord Forms products and services are reviewed and approved by attorneys, accountants, fellow landlords, or industry experts.