The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Accidental Landlords

Robin Young
Robin Young | 30 min. read

The Accidental Landlords who remain in the rental market in 2022 aren’t necessarily the same ones you’ve worked with in the past. While they may still have personal reasons for owning their rental property, nearly half of Accidental Landlords will be using their rentals primarily as a source of income this year.

Download our new report to get invaluable insights from the hundreds of rental owners we surveyed, including:

  • Investment goals of Accidental Landlords (and where they struggle)
  • How property managers can offer value and make the biggest impact
  • The two types of Accidental Landlords you’re likely to meet

And don’t miss the second report in our series, The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Small-Portfolio Investors, where you’ll learn about the rising population of investors and what you can do to capitalize on this trend.

Download The Property Manager’s Guide to Attracting & Retaining Accidental Landlords
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