How To Evaluate A Rental Property Posted on April 26, 2019 chicago hotels dallas hotels Evaluate hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels private jet Property Rental rental property travel travel vlog vacation 8 thoughts on “How To Evaluate A Rental Property” Welcome back to the channel! What did you learn about evaluating an investment property?Reply Is the duplex a 3 bedroom up and a 2 bedroom downAnd in Kitchener their is an absolute ton of duplex conversions going on, I personally am in 1-2 per week that are currently under renovationReply How do you deal with the beef over the temperature in the house between the upper and lower level tenants? I assume the thermostat is upstairs and it'll always be a few degrees colder in the basement. I thought you were actually just keeping them with only one tenant.Reply Amazing video as usual! I love the ones related to Duplex Conversions that show all the math to help me a get a better idea on what I'll be in for!Reply Great video. Thx. So when you say you cash flow $650/mo you are paying the 20% plus the Reno and closing costs out of pocket, correct?Secondly, are you able to roll the Reno costs into the mortgage?Reply Love the expression if looking for $1000 then you might be buying lots of shit all over or being hooked by some you-tube ticker interested in hoodwinking you in investing with you under JV. Thanks Mat for being honest and to the pointReply Is vacancy so low in your area that you don't account for it when you factor in the numbers? How do you account for maintence?Reply love #1 ! gotta keep this in my mind.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.