Tremendous profits lie dormant in most real estate businesses because of bad debt owed to the business owner. Learn what savvy investors and owners are doing to recapture bad debt, back rent and forgotten peace and profit.
CRACKING THE CODE
We recently polled the Real Estate Investors Association™, consisting of thousands of small to large investors throughout the country we found 94% have or want to have rental property. In the Fort Wayne REIA™ specifically the number was 96% probably because northern Indiana offers affordable living and cheap rental property compared to the perpetually upside down cashflow of the west coast or Nazi-regime of some of the rent-control east coast.
The advantages of rental property are obvious: passive income; and when done correctly a very consistent income. This consistent passive income allows you to put in very part time hours while receiving full-time pay around the clock, on weekends and when you sleep.
EVICT AND COLLECT FOR MORE PEACE AND PROFITS
The disadvantages are heralded around the web detractors are legion. It seems everyone has either got burned by a tenant or know someone who has. Much of that has to do with a lack of understanding and education that cannot be attributed to the profession no more than falling off your chair can be blamed on gravity.
NOT LIMITED TO TENANTS
Tremendous profits lie dormant in most real estate businesses because of bad debt owed to the business owner. Learn what savvy investors and owners are doing to recapture the money many forget about. In property management we deal with vendors, contractors, suppliers and more who may owe us money. Learn how you can apply the same money-gathering principals to uncover all the bad debt that is owed to you- even back 20 years!
I take a deep interest in the area of evictions and collections because I have a large holding of rental property. Long ago I learned evictions and collections are a key part of a peaceful, profitable property business. That’s why I created the Landlord Lifesaver™ that we have used to provide more peace and profits in our rental business that has grown to become fundamental and foundational as our economy and residents have changed demographically and otherwise.
Scott FladHammer, Fort Wayne REIA™ president
RARE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN FROM THE BEST
This is a rare opportunity to spend an entire morning with one of the most knowledgeable attorneys in Fort Wayne on the topic of Evictions and Collections. Mr. Perry is well known for his ability to efficiently evict and collect back rent and damages for Landlords.
Whether you have rentals right now or not, if you’re in business you’ll have money owed to you from vendors, contractors, suppliers, … to name a few, so you’ll receive a wealth of information on how to get what is rightfully yours.
IN THIS INTERVIEW YOU’LL LEARN:
- Quick and easy strategies to collect back rent on autopilot!
- The ins-and-outs of the Eviction Process
- How to maximum profit and minimum risk of Damage Hearings
- Understanding Reasons for Eviction
- Standard vs Emergency Eviction strategies
- How to Accepting Payments After Eviction Filed (Waiver document provided)
- How to Handle Abandoned Property by Tenant
- Importance of Savings Clause
- Evidence Needed at the Damage Hearing
- Late Fees, Early Termination Clause, Liquidated Damages … and more!
Attorney Strategies to Automate Evictions + Collections
Beginner to Advanced
FEATURING SCOTT PERRY
Attorney R. Scott Perry was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, admitted to practice law in the State of Indiana in 1980, the U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana, U.S. Court of Appeals Seventh Circuit; and U.S. Claims Court. His primary areas of practice are debt collection, creditors rights law, landlord tenant law, and evictions.
Purdue University (B.S., 1976)
Indiana University (J.D., 1980)
Scott believes Associations are an important part of staying informed in his areas of focus. As such he is a member of the Allen County Bar Association including Collections and Social Security Sections, Steuben County Bar Association, Indiana State Bar Association, Indiana Creditors Bar Association, National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys, Commercial Law League of America and the American Collectors Association, Member Attorney Program.
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