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How to Turn Landlord Status into a Profitable Property Business

Many people enter the property market with the dream of becoming property investors and reaping the benefits of a passive income stream. However, for many, this dream remains out of reach as they become landlords, unable to achieve the optimal returns on their properties.

At investRand, we have worked with hundreds of clients who have found themselves in this position, to help them turn their landlord status into a profitable property business. In this article, we will be giving you 7 steps to achieve just that. By following these steps, you can shift your mindset, learn about the industry, and become a successful property investor, achieving your investment objectives and maximising your returns.

Invest in Yourself

The first step to becoming a successful property investor is to invest in yourself. Learning about real estate investing is key to understanding the industry and making informed decisions. Attend seminars, read books, and learn from experienced investors. Investing in yourself will enable you to make informed decisions that will pay off in the long run. You are also investing in yourself by reading this post.


Determine your investment objectives. Do you want to focus on capital growth, passive income, or safety? Having a clear understanding of your goals will help you make informed decisions about the type of properties you should invest in.


Develop a strategy that aligns with your investment objectives. Different investment strategies include buy-to-let, multi-lets, property developments, and commercial properties. Understanding your strategy and how it will help you achieve your investment objectives is crucial to your success as a property investor.


Understanding the area you want to invest in is essential. Study the area, analyse the market trends, and understand the potential returns on investment. Knowing your area of investment is key to identifying the right properties to invest in.


Finding the right investment property is crucial to your success. The right property is the one that puts money into your pocket after paying itself and all costs associated with it. The investRand marketplace can take the guesswork out of property investing by connecting you with the right properties that fit your investment strategy and objectives.


Having the right people on your team is crucial to your success in the property business. Build a power team that includes a bond originator, attorney, estate agent, architect, lawyer, accountant, builder, property coach, or mentor. These individuals will help you make informed decisions and avoid costly mistakes. On the investRand marketplace, you can quickly identify vetted power team members who can join your team.


Put tools and systems in place for acquisitions, management, and disposal. Having a system in place will help you manage your portfolio efficiently and effectively. This will assist you in reaching profitability in your property business as well as growing and scaling your property portfolio.

Turning landlord status into a profitable property business requires a shift in mindset and a commitment to learning about the industry. By following the seven steps outlined above, you can become a successful property investor and achieve your investment objectives. Remember, invest in yourself before you invest in property.

Ready to turn your landlord status into a profitable property business? Don't go it alone. At investRand, our team of expert consultants can help guide you through the process and provide the support you need to succeed.

Book a call with us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your property investment goals. Together, we can turn your dreams into reality.

Disclaimer : None of the information contained here constitutes an offer (or solicitation of an offer) to make any investment, or to participate in any particular investment strategy. investRand does not take into account of your personal investment objectives, specific investment goals, specific needs or financial situation and makes no representation and assumes no liability to the accuracy or completeness of the information provided here.

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