The Landlord's Almanac - Landlord Conversations

Scale & Leasing Processes to Consider

October 01, 2019 Kassandra Taggart ; Erik Boltman Season 2 Episode 5
The Landlord's Almanac - Landlord Conversations
Scale & Leasing Processes to Consider
Chapters
0:00
Erik Introduction
1:04
Erik's Job position
1:34
Difference between The Landlord's Almanac and Real Property Management Last Frontier
3:20
Discussion about "scale" as a business owner vs a landlord
3:41
Discussion on creating processes for scale
6:18
Using the process of cleaning gutters and how a DIY landlord will look at the process vs a good property manager
8:06
It is a slim chance you'll remember to do certain activities for management unless if you can organize a calendar of schedule and follow it.
9:08
Apply the goal with the process and scale
9:24
The guy who can scale will make more money than the guy who can' scale.
9:32
Where do you want to put your brain bites? Balancing your time.
11:15
Tell a story a memorable experience helping others on "The Landlord's Almanac"
11:51
Disusion about the last two events and what was discussed.
14:24
Forum Question
14:45
Forum Question about how much to collect for first months rent
15:14
The process of collecting 30 days of rent along with the reason behind collecting the
17:40
All about risk vs reward
20:10
Discussion about accepting checks, cash, and or verified funds from tenants on the first payment.
21:24
Establish a presidence about being proffesional.
22:17
Screening is more important for DIY landlords because bad tenants do target DIY landlords.
23:59
There are programs now available to help with tacking of the income and payments to leverage time and scale.
26:01
Question about declining a tenant for lieing
28:39
Teants might bully over the decline
31:00
We had such a good chat that this will be 2 episodes
The Landlord's Almanac - Landlord Conversations
Scale & Leasing Processes to Consider
Oct 01, 2019 Season 2 Episode 5
Kassandra Taggart ; Erik Boltman

Title:
Scale & Leasing Processes to Consider
Summary:
In order to be a larger investor, you'll need to understand how to scale early on. Then once you scale, you'll take basic situations and make a process for it. Such as how to accept the first rent payment and decline a tenant.
Recorded:
October 1, 2019
Host:
Kassandra Taggart / Erik Boltman
Links:
Facebook Page
Website
Property Management
Donations
Sponsor the club
Sponsor:
Pioneer Floorcare
Real Property Management Last Frontier

Show Notes:

  • Erik Introduction
  • Erik's Job position
  • Difference between The Landlord's Almanac  and Real Property Management Last Frontier
  • Discussion about "scale" as a business owner vs a landlord
  • Discussion on creating processes for scale
  • Using the process of cleaning gutters and how a DIY landlord will look at the process vs a good property manager
  • It is a slim chance you'll remember to do certain activities for management unless if you can organize a calendar of schedule and follow it.
  • Apply the goal with the process and scale
  • The guy who can scale will make more money than the guy who can' scale.
  • Where do you want to put your brain bites? Balancing your time.
  • Tell a story a memorable experience helping others on "The Landlord's Almanac"
  • Discussion about the last two events and what was discussed.
  • Forum Question about how much to collect for a first months rent
  • The process of collecting 30 days of rent along with the reason behind collecting the 
  • All about risk vs reward
  • Discussion about accepting checks, cash, and or verified funds from tenants on the first payment.
  • Establish a presence about being professional.
  • Screening is more important for DIY landlords because bad tenants do target DIY landlords.
  • There are programs now available to help with the tacking of the income and payments to leverage time and scale.
  • Question about declining a tenant for lieing
  • Tenants might bully for the decline
  • We had such a good chat that this will be 2 episodes

Kassandra Taggart - Alaska Real Estate Broker - Real Property Management

Support the show (https://www.thelandlordsalmanac.com/clients/donations/)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

Title:
Scale & Leasing Processes to Consider
Summary:
In order to be a larger investor, you'll need to understand how to scale early on. Then once you scale, you'll take basic situations and make a process for it. Such as how to accept the first rent payment and decline a tenant.
Recorded:
October 1, 2019
Host:
Kassandra Taggart / Erik Boltman
Links:
Facebook Page
Website
Property Management
Donations
Sponsor the club
Sponsor:
Pioneer Floorcare
Real Property Management Last Frontier

Show Notes:

  • Erik Introduction
  • Erik's Job position
  • Difference between The Landlord's Almanac  and Real Property Management Last Frontier
  • Discussion about "scale" as a business owner vs a landlord
  • Discussion on creating processes for scale
  • Using the process of cleaning gutters and how a DIY landlord will look at the process vs a good property manager
  • It is a slim chance you'll remember to do certain activities for management unless if you can organize a calendar of schedule and follow it.
  • Apply the goal with the process and scale
  • The guy who can scale will make more money than the guy who can' scale.
  • Where do you want to put your brain bites? Balancing your time.
  • Tell a story a memorable experience helping others on "The Landlord's Almanac"
  • Discussion about the last two events and what was discussed.
  • Forum Question about how much to collect for a first months rent
  • The process of collecting 30 days of rent along with the reason behind collecting the 
  • All about risk vs reward
  • Discussion about accepting checks, cash, and or verified funds from tenants on the first payment.
  • Establish a presence about being professional.
  • Screening is more important for DIY landlords because bad tenants do target DIY landlords.
  • There are programs now available to help with the tacking of the income and payments to leverage time and scale.
  • Question about declining a tenant for lieing
  • Tenants might bully for the decline
  • We had such a good chat that this will be 2 episodes

Kassandra Taggart - Alaska Real Estate Broker - Real Property Management

Support the show (https://www.thelandlordsalmanac.com/clients/donations/)

Erik Introduction
Erik's Job position
Difference between The Landlord's Almanac and Real Property Management Last Frontier
Discussion about "scale" as a business owner vs a landlord
Discussion on creating processes for scale
Using the process of cleaning gutters and how a DIY landlord will look at the process vs a good property manager
It is a slim chance you'll remember to do certain activities for management unless if you can organize a calendar of schedule and follow it.
Apply the goal with the process and scale
The guy who can scale will make more money than the guy who can' scale.
Where do you want to put your brain bites? Balancing your time.
Tell a story a memorable experience helping others on "The Landlord's Almanac"
Disusion about the last two events and what was discussed.
Forum Question
Forum Question about how much to collect for first months rent
The process of collecting 30 days of rent along with the reason behind collecting the
All about risk vs reward
Discussion about accepting checks, cash, and or verified funds from tenants on the first payment.
Establish a presidence about being proffesional.
Screening is more important for DIY landlords because bad tenants do target DIY landlords.
There are programs now available to help with tacking of the income and payments to leverage time and scale.
Question about declining a tenant for lieing
Teants might bully over the decline
We had such a good chat that this will be 2 episodes