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Property Management Books to Add to Your Shelf

It can be difficult to stay on top of property management literature as it is published. Amidst filling vacancies, arranging for repairs and settling disputes between neighbors, the last thing on many property managers' minds is what to read next. While we normally think of professional development as webinars and conferences, checking out a few property management titles each year can ensure your practices are up to date. Cal Bay Property Management's Scott Sadadi recommends three recently published property management titles that can up your professional game:

 

Build a Rental Property Empire by Mark Ferguson

 

Though this book's primary focus might be on the investing side of property ownership and investing, author Mark Ferguson also offers in-depth guidance on how best to manage multiple properties at once. For anyone with their own burgeoning rental property empire, this is a must-read. Even if you aren't sure you want to oversee an empire, the book features practical advice and unique insight into the challenges of property management.

 

The Landlord Entrepreneur: Double Your Profits with Real Estate Property Management by Bryan M. Chavis

 

Anyone in need of practical, on-the-job advice on property management needs to get their hands on this book. Featuring step-by-step instructions to running your own property management company, the book is a must-have for anyone interested in starting or growing their own business. Even better are the recommended property management "hacks" that can make your life easier and business run on autopilot. That's something every property manager can benefit from!

 

Every Landlord's Guide to Managing Property, From Move-In to Move-Out

 

Anyone just starting out in property management can benefit from reading this book. Considered a must-have guide for anyone managing one or two properties, the advice here is comprehensive to say the least. The title offers advice on everything from handling nitty-gritty maintenance tasks to hiring new staff members and evicting irresponsible tenants.

 

It's important to keep in mind that these three books are just a few of the newest property management titles. There are countless other classic books that should certainly be included on a successful property manager's bookshelf. It is also important, though, to keep abreast of changing trends and best practices. By reading a mix of classics and new releases, property managers are sure to get a great overview of the industry literature.

 

- Scott Safadi, Cal Bay Property Management

It can be difficult to stay on top of property management literature as it is published. Amidst filling vacancies, arranging for repairs and settling disputes between neighbors, the last thing on many property managers' minds is what to read next. While we normally think of professional development as webinars and conferences, checking out a few property management titles each year can ensure your practices are up to date. Cal Bay Property Management's Scott Sadadi recommends three recently published property management titles that can up your professional game:

Though this book's primary focus might be on the investing side of property ownership and investing, author Mark Ferguson also offers in-depth guidance on how best to manage multiple properties at once. For anyone with their own burgeoning rental property empire, this is a must-read. Even if you aren't sure you want to oversee an empire, the book features practical advice and unique insight into the challenges of property management.

Anyone in need of practical, on-the-job advice on property management needs to get their hands on this book. Featuring step-by-step instructions to running your own property management company, the book is a must-have for anyone interested in starting or growing their own business. Even better are the recommended property management "hacks" that can make your life easier and business run on autopilot. That's something every property manager can benefit from!

Anyone just starting out in property management can benefit from reading this book. Considered a must-have guide for anyone managing one or two properties, the advice here is comprehensive to say the least. The title offers advice on everything from handling nitty-gritty maintenance tasks to hiring new staff members and evicting irresponsible tenants.

It's important to keep in mind that these three books are just a few of the newest property management titles. There are countless other classic books that should certainly be included on a successful property manager's bookshelf. It is also important, though, to keep abreast of changing trends and best practices. By reading a mix of classics and new releases, property managers are sure to get a great overview of the industry literature.

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