As a long-term property investor, I would expect to receive stable rental income on a monthly basis and minimum ‘phone calls’ from my existing tenants. Also in due time, I would like to keep my tenants and negotiate raises in rental income.

The above is an ideal and expectation.

But what if the realities of being a landlord are different from what is expected. As a landlord, I may face the risks of:

– Late rental and utility payments.
– Phone calls from tenants for minor repairs.
– Property and furniture damages.
– Complaints from neighbours and MCs due to tenants’ misbehaviours.
– and so on and so forth.

I’ve invited Alan Poon, author of three books on tenant management to share with us on the following:

– Understand the Love-Hate Relationships in Rental of Properties.
– Avoid Unwanted Tenancies, be it as a Landlord or as a Tenant.
– The Fine Art of Handling Landlord-Tenant Disputes.
– Interactive Discussions. FAQs. and many more … etc.


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