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About This Course

This course is a collection of everything we have learned about property management. Both from years of property management experience (working for a property management company, as well as from self managing) and from years of reading, watching, and listening to everything property management related.

 

This course includes our mistakes and insights from self managing residential rental properties for years, to help save you time and money, by avoiding the same mistakes and managing your properties the right way.

 

Included is what you need to know about managing residential real estate yourself or for others, and to maximize your income.

 

There are nearly 100 video lessons.

 

Is This Course Right for You?

  • You want to buy your first rental property

  • You own single family rentals

  • You own a duplexes, triplexes, or 4-plexes

  • You own small, medium, or large apartment complexes

  • You want to self manage

  • You are currently self managing

  • You have property managers managing your properties

  • You are a property manager for other people's rentals

  • You want to be a property manager for someone else

  • You want to manage sub-contractors to save money from not needing a general contractor

  • You want to increase cash flow

  • You want to find the best tenants

  • You want to minimize your time involved


What Can You Expect to Learn?

  • Everything we wish we would of known when we first started managing rental properties

  • The most important things to self manage your rental properties in a shorter period of time, saving you both time and money.

  • How to self manage your properties

  • How to increase cash flow

  • How to find the best tenants

  • How to minimize your time involved
     

About Austin Swanson

 

I'm Austin Swanson, aka "Swany407". I invest in public companies. I have a passion for understanding what makes certain companies succeed and fail, past and present, and look to use that knowledge to make investment decisions. 

I also own residential real estate properties, both single family and multi-family, and focus on NNN and absolute net commercial properties.

I have degrees in mathematics and actuarial science, and have obtained actuarial credentials of FSA, CERA, and MAAA.

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About Emma Swanson
 

Emma has experience with managing properties for large apartment complexes, as well as self managing rental properties.

 

Previously, Emma managed 124 Units for large property management company, including 72-unit, 30-unit, and a 22-unit apartment complexes.

 

While managing, she maintained at least 90% occupancy at properties. And in both of the larger apartment complexes that were 0% occupied when she took over as property, Emma successfully rented out all unit to 100% occupancy in approximately 2 months, to qualified tenants.

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Example Curriculum

Austin Swanson Swany407 Property Management Course Real Estate Investing Self Manage Your Rental Properties or Manage for Others How to be a Property Manager This course is a collection of everything we have learned about property management. Both from years of property management experience (working for a property management company, as well as from self managing) and from years of reading, watching, and listening to everything property management related.    This course includes our mistakes and insights from self managing residential rental properties for years, to help save you time and money, by avoiding the same mistakes and managing your properties the right way.    Included is what you need to know about managing residential real estate yourself or for others, and to maximize your income.    There are nearly 100 video lessons.    Is This Course Right for You?  You want to buy your first rental property You own single family rentals You own a duplexes, triplexes, or 4-plexes

Frequently Asked Questions

How is the Price of the Course Determined?

To put the cost of this course in perspective:

  • One college course can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $7,500+

  • In terms of the amount of money that can be saved from self managing, some property management companies charge anywhere from 50 - 100% of first month's rent and 4 - 10% of every month's rent. If you are looking to own residential real estate properties, or already own properties, the amount of money you save from self managing is staggering, and hence why my wife and I self manage.

 

Ex: One unit at $1,000 could require paying a property manager or company $500-$1,000 of the first month's rent. Then factor on 4-10% of each months rent, or $40-$100 per month. In one year, that is over $2,000. Then factor in other fees as well. Given the higher fee with re-renting out a unit, most managers are motivated to have turnover, as they will make more money. To top it all off, this is only for one unit. Therefore the cost savings over one or more units, and over many years, can be substantial!

 

However, you must manage the right way, or you could lose this savings in other ways. This is why we built this course, to teach others the best way to manage residential real estate.

 

This course is a collection of everything we have learned about property management. Both from years of property management experience (working for a property management company, as well as from self managing) and from years of reading, watching, and listening to everything property management related. It also includes our mistakes and insights from managing rental properties for years, as well as the mistakes and insights from others.

 

This is not information we would like to give away for free, and will likely increase the price over time, and someday no longer to sell to keep the information more private.

 

Why did you create this course?

We recognized a large gap between the current property management courses out there and the level of quality and information that we felt they should have.

 

We wanted to be able to provide that level of quality and information, and in the format of a course with video lessons. This way all the information could be consumed in one place (rather than across many different books, websites, podcasts, videos, etc.), and learned much quicker and easier (compared to the years of reading, watching, and listening to content and years of managing properties).

 

When does the course start and end?

This course is self-paced, allowing you to start and stop as you choose.

 

How long do I have access to the course?

Once enrolled, you will have lifetime access to this course.

 

Are there refunds?

Given the immediate access to the course, and the ability to copy and download the course content, refunds cannot be offered.

Disclaimer


We are not CPAs, attorneys, insurance agents, real estate agents, or financial advisors. The information in these videos shall not be construed as tax, legal, insurance, real estate, or financial advice. If you need such advice, please contact a qualified CPA, attorney, insurance agent, real estate agent, or financial advisor. 

The content and materials is not advice, nor recommendations. This is for educational purposes only. 

No results are guaranteed.

Items discussed may not apply for your state. See a real estate attorney and your state specific laws.

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