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Offline bentleybarker

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Just recently I bought my first piece of rental property and have my first tenants.   I am completely new to the idea of landlord property management
and was wondering what types of things I should look out for.   I have usually done this on abandoned properties and foreclosures.   More of a property preservation role.

Thanks!

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Hello Barkley,

I am not sure in reading Your post whether You are talking aboutagricultural land? Just because You have written landlord and tenants. . . .

If it is agricultural, I can give You a bit advice about points that should be discussed before renting out, though I am not from Africa.

If it is other property I can't help You with.

Mike

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mike45, He appears to be offline for some days now, let hope he comes having reply to his question.

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If you want to maintain the property and then you are planning to sell it then I would like to suggest that you hire a good home inspector who will thoroughly inspect all the hidden defects and dangers that are difficult to see in a house and can cost you money later like roofing, leaking, plumbing, electrical, structural etc.

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