Real estate can be a great investment for landlords but only if they can get a legit tenant. A crooked tenant can often lead to huge losses for the property owner, and we want to help prevent that.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 05, 2013
PropertyOwner.us.org is launching a major campaign to help landlords find legit tenants who won't rip them off, the company said yesterday.
“Real estate can be a great investment for landlords,” a PropertyOwner.us.org spokesman said, “but only if they can get a legit tenant. A crooked tenant can often lead to huge losses for the property owner, and we want to help prevent that.”
PropertyOwner.us.org said that in the past few months, many more of their customers have been people hoping to rent out their real estate for the first time who don't know the difference between a legit tenant and a bad one.
“Renting is becoming a bigger industry in the real estate investment market,” the PropertyOwner.us.org spokesman said. “But many first-time landlords need to learn the ropes. Because they are legit, they assume everyone else is, too. That's simply not the case.”
PropertyOwner.us.org will be sending out information packets to all their existing customers containing information about how to screen potential tenants to make sure they are legit, he said.
“We'll also be putting this information out on our social medial outlets and our blog,” he said. “We want to fulfill a need for information that our customers have.”
The information has been solicited by PropertyOwner.us.org from experienced real estate investors, he said.
“This is the information you need to know if you are a landlord looking for a legit tenant,” he said.
PropertyOwner.us.org allows consumers to look up the value of any home or property in North America. View public records such as code violations, home inspections, previous owners, current market value and more. Get more information about a current residence or a property you are interested in purchasing with this extensive property database. Visit PropertyOwner.us.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-866-577-5365, or email Manager(at)PropertyOwner(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.