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Purchasing your first investment property or moving out of your home and want to rent it? Our free guide will walk you through getting started as a rental property owner on your path to financial independence.

      • Understand what kind of investor you are
      • Define your investment goals
      • Calculate your projected net income/loss
      • Decide if you want to self-manage or hire a property manager
      • Make your property ready for your first tenant

Plus, you’ll gain valuable information about the Austin rental market and get a list of questions for interviewing property managers.

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