Landlord Tenant Problem Solving for Rental Property Passive Income & Peace of Mind
exclusive Hot Seat training
National Problem and Opportunity
A recent survey of residential renters nationwide found just 7% occupying said that the housing provider has exceed their expectations. The tenant’s biggest problem during their experiences with the Landlord or Property Management: communication.
A new Fort Wayne REIA™ exclusive training method makes learning faster for a more peaceful, profitable real estate business.
Multiple Streams Of Peaceful, Passive Income From Rentals
The latest HOT SEAT session will pit a Landlord against “Tenants from Hell” in an explosive fight that could cost the unprepared landlord time, money, court, reputation and aggravation. However the communication skills taught in the Hot Seat session allow Landlords to be prepared and educated to easily handle awkward conversations, quickly resolve tenant problems and turn damaging confrontations into chances to build respect and loyalty from renters. With these ‘tools for talking’ Landlords can build multiple streams of passive income through rental property in their spare time.
Word Power for Fast Resolution to Landlord-Tenant Problems
When you know what to say you can win the game because communication is not what’s said it is what’s heard. The latest HOT SEAT session will addressed and solved how to handle real-life real estate issues and awkward conversations that Landlords struggle with:
- Renter denies bringing bugs into the property and refuses to pay exterminator
- “I know I only have one person in my lease… but he’s the babysitter!”
- “The people below are too loud so I need to break my lease”
- “The rent is late because the tenant’s mom is dying”
- The property now smells like body odor and dead fish
- Handling problem tenants and rewarding good ones
- Tenant threatens lawsuit and intimidation
Effective communication to improve negotiations
HOT SEAT was created by real estate investor Association president Scott FladHammer in order to shrink the long learning curve it takes to get great in real estate rentals. By putting real estate experts on a chair, called the hot seat, and grilling them with every possible situation, beginning real estate investors can learn firsthand how to handle real estate conflict-resolution with the utmost ease and professionalism.
Education is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, but communication is the ability to covey it. Our work, our relationships and our lives succeed or fail, one conversation at a time. The HOT SEAT training helps real estate professionals succeed and profit.
Scott FladHammer, Fort Wayne REIA™ president
FladHammer, who is a 20 year Landlord himself, explains the Hot Seat-style of learning this way, “Education is knowing what to do next, skill is knowing how to do it, but communication is the ability to covey it. That is why this training is vastly better than traditional courses. You can find other ways of getting the education. But this is the only proven way to put it into practice to be peaceful and profitable in real estate.”
On the set filming the latest Hot Seat session FladHammer describes the problem, “When the stakes are high and our adrenaline flows it’s a concoction that dumbs us down. We tend to say the wrong things. Compare that to staying cool and in control and the verbiage to explain set policies and you can see why our members are so much smarter. And that translates into fewer vacancies, less headaches and more peace and profits.”
TOOLS FOR TALKING WHEN THE STAKES ARE HIGH
We put the best to the test in our Hot Seat sessions to show you how to master crucial conversations and negotiations. By upgrading your conversations you can eliminate fear and intimidation, negotiate more profitable deals and handle conflict resolution.
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