Real estate and property management expert Jeffrey Taylor, aka “Mr. Landlord,” will speak at the Finger Lakes Landlord Association general membership meeting from 7 to 9 p.m. on Sept. 24 at the Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES Conference Center, 131 Drumlin Court, Newark.
Taylor will discuss his tenant relations, rental cash flow models and profitable property management practices.
“I like to present information that is timely and immediately useful for landlords,” said Taylor, who owns and manages hundreds of properties with over $1 million in annual rents. “It does not matter whether you have one property or 100, the process of making a profit on rental property can always be improved.”
Taylor’s guidance can help prevent a financial investment in real estate from becoming a personal and costly nightmare for individuals, partners or corporate investors. He will share strategies that can be implemented in three to six months that could add thousands of dollars to one’s annual rental income and help generate a bigger monthly cash flow buffer. He will explain how to survive vacancies, property taxes, insurance, maintenance and other growing expenses, and will demonstrate how vacancies can help increase cash flow.
FLLA will unveil its new website at the meeting. Local web developer DSD Web Works worked to improve the collection and display of FLAA’s proprietary database of tenant screening tools and available rental units. The Association’s membership is all online.
All landlords and service providers to the real estate industry are invited to attend the free meeting. Registration is required.
“Whether you are a 20-year landlord veteran or you are considering real estate rental investment in the Finger Lakes region sometime in the future, you should not miss this opportunity to learn from the best,” said Steve Austin, FLAA president.
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