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Juan Franco Netti
Don’t even think about farting on this guy property, believe me you will get charged
James Hendrickson
Some of this is illegal in Massachusetts
Sharmica Lofton
Wow lot of good info...need something like this for landlords also. Like taking a year to fix an issue or you paid for it and waiting to be refunded, that was the pass now I own and have rentals in same area 😊👍🏽
Violetta1912
One day you’ll know how wrong you are
Scoooter Bob
Dear commenters, if you have a ' regular job and your boss ask you to do 4 hours a week, NO pay, of extra work for the benefite of the Companies profit...would you? Right then. all valid charges. It's a business, use common sense. Just some insight to how your spending your time on your rentals. I get charged for using USD to pay my cell bill. Now that's some Bull Shit overages.
GoWorld9
"How to nickel and dime renters"
Kyrst O'Keefe
It's the first seconds and I'm already cringing. :(
So far, for the rest of the video, he isn't cringy. Yay! And while I agree that lease violation charges should be done, what does what you're saying got to do with a lease violation charge??? I'm confused...
2:50 Wait... People still use checks??? Don't they know online banking exists? Not only that, but you can set up automatic payments as well! You can set it up so that it goes out automatically when you get your pay or the day after.
3:35 'Water suing garbage'? What's he actually saying?
9:23 XD Really? Ok.
Jeffy Tood
Ways to screw your tendon out your last dollar bad like banksters
shane Gulley
This guy is a fucking pirot!!!
Jimmy Rice
See, land lords need to get out of the washing an dry laundry machines service for tenants. The tenant destroy Laundry machine's. U save water and sewer bills. Not to mention repairs. Let laundrymat take care of their laundry needs
Brad Pietrzak
Love these. And these don't seem unreasonable. I love it!
justin snider
All these people complaining saying they wouldn't rent from you because of fees, probably not good tenants anyways. He didn't say you have to add every one of the fees into a lease hes simply giving us a list of possible ones to put in your lease if it suits your situation.
DeepSea JB
Awesome video!!
Extra money ideas:
1.Get an extra $10-50 dollars a month: Make the rent due on the first of the month no grace period. Most tenants are used to having till the fifth of the month from past landlords and will ask why yours is the first. Let them chose to pay a $10 dollar service charge a day to move it to the fifth of the month. If they choose to pay it on the 5th that’s $50 dollars more a month for you.
2. Some tenants have a hard time paying all the rent on the 1st of the month. I add the late fee ($75) into the monthly rent, split it all in two and allow them to pay on the 1st and 15th. It’s another $75 dollars a month.
joevsyou
7:00 why would you discourage a tenant for calling about a emergency by charging them a fee? That is just pure nickel & diming and could cause bigger issues. "Oh? The sink wont shut off? Oh well i am not calling and being charged $3... i dont pay for it anyways or i only pay a select amount" or what if the garage door won't shut. Allowing pest to come in freely or worst intruders.
BB Hoody
Some of these are borderline if not flat out predatory practices. Like lease signing fee? A fucking lease signing fee??? Nah man I ain't trying to make money by beating people over the head like that.

Now charging service fees for stuff like on site laundry, or cleaning service. Ya know stuff that's of actual benefit. Ok. But you seem to just be taking on fees hoping a person fucks up or is desperate. Not cool
PhillyLucky7
Being a landlord is a pain in the ass.
Captcha Neon
*Someone is going through a tragedy in their life? Let me scam you out of 2 additional months rent because hey “fuck you”*
uniteallaction
Wow just as well I don’t rent from you.
Ilham H
If i see a lease like that, I'm gonna run for life
John Dooris
Some of these fees are logical. But a pet application fee? Lease signing fee?.. thats just doing too much.
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Analyzing a Real Life "Buy, 28 ways to make more money 2 weeks ago   11:52

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So many people lose money on an opportunity because they do not analyze a deal properly. Whether you are a newbie or a seasoned investor, you must quickly and effectively analyze and underwrite deals. In today’s video, I analyze a recent "buy, fix, and rent“ opportunity I am considering purchasing. I analyze the deal and share three tips to never forget when analyzing an opportunity!

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