Sometimes you choose the landlord life. Other times, it chooses you. In this day and age, it is becoming increasingly common for property owners to become “accidental landlords”—people who never intended to be landlords, but ended up playing the role due to necessity or just due to a desire to earn some passive income. Not everyone has to be a landlord full-time; in fact, many people aren’t. They’ve simply found a financial benefit in renting out their property.
Working as a landlord comes with a certain amount of responsibility, but it also allows you to collect some extra money and help tenants who need somewhere affordable to live. It’s unsurprising that more and more Americans are choosing to rent out their properties and homes, but some find that they’ve taken on a bit more than they can handle. If you’re working as a landlord and finding it to be a … Read more