Are Homeowners Associations Against Real Estate Investing?
Real estate investors work hard to track down attractive properties to purchase. Many of them do so in the hopes of generating income by renting the properties out to tenants. The good ones identify which properties are right for them, taking into account the state of the properties, the likelihood that they will draw tenants, and the amount they can clear per month in rent, along with many other factors. They diligently screen tenants and maintain the properties they rent out, with the goal of being the kind of investor who will be easy to work with and the kind of landlord that tenants -- and the neighborhoods in which they live -- will embrace.