Are you currently a landlord in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts? Are you planning on buying real estate, which you intend to rent out to residential tenants? Do you own commercial property in Massachusetts and rented out to commercial tenants? If any of these describe you, then you have arrived at the right webpage. On this page you will find links to various issues and topics, that we will be covering, to provide you the best business practices for being a landlord in Massachusetts. This training series will not only be for the brand-new landlord, but also for the person who has been a landlord for years and is tired of continually falling into all the pitfalls there are in being a landlord in Massachusetts. Please save the link to this page and visit often as we will continue to add different subjects and different videos, as we have time to produce them.
In this training module, you will learn the importance of using written lease agreements and written month-to-month agreements. This is certainly one of the most important things you will ever learn about being a landlord.
The Importance of Written Lease Agreements
One of the biggest pitfalls of being a landlord in Massachusetts is collecting security deposits and or last months rent. Click on the button below to learn all about how it’s done right.
Security Deposit Laws and Last Months Rent
Learn how to properly keep a paper trail and how to keep an electronic paper trail, as backup. This is critical for all new and veteran landlords.
Keeping a Paper Trail and Electronic Paper Trail
Check out our blogs about evictions and landlord-tenant laws.
Eviction Law Blog and Videos