Posted by Charles B on July 07, 1999 at 18:09:05:
I’m still in need of more information concerning hiring a live in custodian.What are the do’s and dont’s.What type of monies will I have to pay if any for his/'her services.Are there any books available on this subject? Thanks for any and all replies.
CUSTODIAN REQUIREMENTS (What to look for) - Posted by Charles B.
Posted by Charles B. on July 06, 1999 at 14:15:59:
My wife and I are currently purchasing a nine unit apartment building NO Money Down. My question is what type qualifications should we look for in a custodian candidate.Were closing the deal July 30, so I want to have a custodian in place by September 1. Thank you for any and all replies.
(What to look for) - Posted by Lee
Posted by Lee on July 07, 1999 at 01:07:11:
Have the applicant sign a release (the police dept. may be able to help you there) as to “criminal history” and have HIM/ HER take it to all police statitons in your area to get a report on themselves, then bring it back to you, you will learn if they are a canidate or not by that, by itself.
Thats not all but I’ll let someone else take over from here.
Good Luck and get filthy stinkin rich in the landlord business, I sugest you and your wife learn all you can about #1 Federal Fair Housing laws, see HUD’S site for starters. You might want to check with Mr. Landlord.
Re: (What to look for)Custodian requirements - Posted by Charles B.
Posted by Charles B. on July 07, 1999 at 05:48:12:
Thanks Lee for your response. I do use the Mr. Landlord web site because it is so informative. I try to browse the site once a day.I also browse www.CREOnline.com which is Creative Real Estate Online services.