As you scale your rental property portfolio, many investors think more seriously about how they manage their risk. You may view rental property insurance differently with 1-2 rental properties vs. 5+ properties.
This video is an interview with investor property insurance expert, Jeff Jones of Best Insurance Pro. (https://www.bestinsurancepro.com/contact)
During the recording, we touched on some of the burning questions I hear as a property manager in Philadelphia around managing risk as a rental property investor including:
Question 1: What safety measures should landlords install in properties to reduce risk?
Question 2 What are the top repairs to reduce overall insurance costs?
Question 3: Which repairs are best kept as the landlord’s responsibility
Question 4: What is the difference between putting the property in an LLC vs keeping it in owner’s name from a liability perspective?
Question 5: What is most important to know about insurance as you scale your rental property portfolio
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