Evict. Eviction. Evicted. This is what we do when you don't pay rent. In the 50th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take you live on scene to a couple or of worst evictions caught on tape. Watch as the eviction crew drills out locks, kicks squatters out & walks through the damage done by the worlds worst tenants from hell.
2020 has been a year filled with protesting, rioting and looting from various far left groups. With Joe Biden winning the 2020 Presidential Election many Americans want to know if we will see a decrease in civil unrest, violence and destruction from the left. Will the far right wing groups begin creating havoc of their own? Episode 49 of The Tenants From Hell Show is a compilation of riots & lack of political discourse we've seen in America in 2020.
BANNED ON YOUTUBE - Watch via HoltonWiseTV on Rumle - 2020 has been a year filled with protesting, rioting and looting from various far left wing groups. Tonight's presidential election appears to be setting voter turnout records. If Joe Biden wins will the left wing riots calm down? Will right wing riots pop up? If Donald Trump wins will law and order take effect, or will the amount of civil unrest we have seen escalate to new heights? The 48th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show is a 2020 riot compilation of the chaos we are facing in America.
Professional tenants try to play the system day in and day out. These professional scammers can often cause thousands of dollars of loss to unsuspecting landlords. With Holton-Wise as your property manager it's only a matter of time before we get these deadbeats out of your home. In the 47th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take you on a tour of one of our properties during a move out eviction. The professional tenant who used to live in this investor's property tried to play the system, but at the end of they day his ass got evicted.
Bad tenants are part of the property management business. Evictions, non payment of rent & property damage are all things landlords have to deal with on a regular basis. One of the worst situations for a landlord is when their rental property burns down. What do you do when a tenant burns down your house? A fire at your rental property can be a very scary thing. Does the landlord need to evict the tenants? Where do the evicted tenants go? Who pays for the rental property damage? What does the city do when a rental property burns down? In the 46th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show HoltonWiseTV takes you on a tour of one of our rental properties after we evicted a tenant for burning our house down after smoking a marijuana blunt.
The fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr by Philadelphia Police is another one of the many Police shootings of black men that have been riddled with controversy & black lives matter protests in 2020. This shooting sparked continued looting, riots & violence all over America. The 45th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show is a riot compilation of some of the most graphic first hand violence that the cable news networks refuse to show you.
The fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr by Philadelphia Police sparked continued looting, riots & violence all over an America that was still dealing with the killing of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and others. The 44th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show is a compilation of some of the most graphic first hand protest violence in America and elsewhere that the mainstream news media won't show you.
The fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr by Philadelphia Police sparked continued riots in a year that has been plagued with violent protests over alleged Police brutality in America. The 43rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show is a compilation of "fiery but mostly peaceful protests" that they don't want to show you on the mainstream news networks.
Tenant horror stories are something a real estate investor never forgets. Whether they aren't paying rent or they are trashing your house, sooner or later a bad tenant is something every landlord has to deal with. In the 42nd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take you through a Holton-Wise rental property that's been trashed by some of our worst tenants. These horrible tenants are such pieces of crap that ruined this landlord's house.
Have you heard any landlord horror stories? Bad tenants can destroy a landlord's house and leave them in financial ruin. The Tenants from Hell Show is here to show you some of the world's worst tenants. In the 41st episode of The Tenants From Hell Show #HoltonWiseTV takes real estate investors inside of a rental property that's been wrecked by horrible tenants who were recently evicted. This damaged rental property was left surrounded by dead animals and filled with garbage, bugs & rodents. The house smelled so bad our team couldn't help but gag. Bad tenants like these are truly a landlord's worst nightmare.
It happens too often in the rental property business. A tenant stops paying rent and the landlord files an eviction. In retaliation of the eviction the rental property is damaged and trashed by evil tenants after the eviction process begins. In the 40th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take you on a tour of a rental property after an evil tenant trashed the place. The tenant completely wreck the house. This wreck of a house has human poop smeared all over it, holes in the walls, garbage thrown all over the place. The tenants left used condoms throughout the house. These bad tenants stole the mirrors, light bulbs and vents. These nightmare tenants even stole the built in shelving.
Animal cruelty is sickening. Unfortunately it's not uncommon for deadbeat tenants to leave their pets to die in vacant houses when these horrible tenants move out. In episode 39 of The Tenants From Hell Show John Holton and Vince from HoltonWise rescue a cat who was abandoned by his owner, a deadbeat tenant who left in the middle of the night to avoid eviction. The tenant who left this animal to die was nothing but a horrible scumbag. It's piece of crap tenants like this bad tenant, who give good tenants a bad name.
It's a landlord's worst nightmare to have tenants completely destroy your house. As a landlord it's a very sad and scary day to see everything you've worked so hard to pay for, be completely destroyed by a bad tenant. In the 38th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the tenants trashed the place. Real estate investing isn't always sunshine and rainbows. Sometimes real estate investing is tough. The HoltonWiseTV team takes real estate investors on a tour of a rental house that was trashed by tenants. The tenants trashed this house completely. The house is filled with mice and cockroaches. The landlord's house is gross. The landlord's house is nasty. Landlording is dangerous. Today's show is every landlord's worst nightmare. Today's show is a landlord horror story for the ages. It's tenants from hell. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV before you spend your hard earned money on a rental property. As a landlord the most important tool you can have is knowledge. Here on The Tenants From Hell Show we provide everyday landlords with the good, bad and ugly of the property management business.
Difficult tenants can be a landlord's worst nightmare. Difficult tenants can become a landlord horror story. But difficult tenants are part of the property management business. Dealing with difficult tenants is something every landlord has to deal with. Sometimes tenants will fight with their property manager for no reason at all. In episode 37 of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise releases a live phone call between him and a difficult tenant to show DIY landlords some tips and tricks on how to best deal with tenants who won't allow access to for viewings.
Bad tenants are a landlord's worst nightmare. On The Tenants From Hell Show we show real estate investors like you the worst tenant encounters. Today's show is no different. In the 36th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we may have found the world''s worst tenant. Jerry David Thompson was arrested by the Hartford, Connecticut Police department for allegedly decapitating his landlord Victor King with a Samurai Sword over an unpaid rent dispute. Having your rental property trashed by horrible tenants sucks. Not getting paid rent by deadbeat tenants sucks. Evictions suck. However, being beheaded by your tenant takes the cake.
Police brutality, systemic racism, the killing of unarmed individuals and the Black Lives Matter movement continue to be hot button issues in the United States of America during the Donald Trump presidency. On June 12th, 2020 Devin Brosnan & Garrett Rolfe, Police Officers in Atlanta, Georgia, were called to the scene of a Wendy's fast food restaurant. A man later identified as 27 year old Rayshard Brooks, had allegedly fallen asleep in the drive thru line. With the rest of the country still engaged in continued protests following George Floyd being choked to death by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin, new protests over the killing of Rayshard Brooks began. In episode 35 of The Tenants From Hell Show HoltonWiseTV presents a compilation of the Atlanta Police Department's bodycam footage of the arrest & killing of Rayshard Brooks along with witness footage & commentary from those on the scene as well as those involved in the Riot that followed which resulted in the Wendy's restaurant being burned down.
In 2020 The United States of America was ravaged by wars over Race Relations, Police Brutality, Systemic Racism, & the Economic Shutdown from COVID-19. This culminated in a series of Violent Riots & Protests from Radical Left Wing Groups & their Alt-Right counterparts. At one point, it was even claimed that Seattle, Washington was seized by armed Antifa activists. When the local Governments didn't respond in the way President Trump approved, Trump vowed, much to the dismay of the Mayor of Seattle, to step in & take the city back from the Antifa activists. Episode 34 of The Tenants From Hell Show is a compilation of first hand footage & commentary from those who were involved.
Should you hire a property manager or do the property management yourself? This is a question many real estate investors ask themselves when they see the cost of professional property management company. Many real estate investors decide to try to cut costs and handle their own property management. Issue is, it doesn't always save money. Often it ends up costing more money to self manage a rental property than to hire a professional property manager. Especially if the property is located out of state. It's next to impossible to manage a rental property from out of state without running into every landlord's worst nightmares, a trashed rental property, a non payment of rent eviction, a murder in the rental property....This list of landlord horror stories that can and do happen to rental property owners is endless. In episode 33 of The Tenants From Hell Show we take you on a tour of a rental property gone wrong. The owner, a California resident thought they would save money by handling everything remotely. This resulted in the tenant skipping out on paying rent as well as trashing her house leaving it a smelly nightmare covered in human poop and grime.
Episode 32 of The Tenants From Hell Show presents continued coverage of first hand footage & commentary from the chaotic Riots that followed the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. With so many hot button issues in play such as Police Brutality. No officers being charged in the death of Breonna Taylor. Systemic Racism. The Black Lives Matter Movement. The White Supremacist Movement. Antifa and more it feels like the Police are in a war with the American public.
America is a nation at war. The Donald Trump presidency has been filled with hot button issues, controversies & movements including, but not limited to; Police Brutality. Systemic Racism. The Black Lives Matter Movement. Antifa. White Supremacy. Domestic Terrorism. Riots and more. In 2020 all of these hot button issues reached a boiling point after Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin killed a black man named George Floyd by kneeling on his neck for almost 9 minutes. In episode 31 of The Tenants From Hell Show #HoltonWiseTV presents a compilation of first hand footage & commentary of the chaotic aftermath that occurred in Trump's America.
Police Brutality. Systemic Racism. The Black Lives Matter Movement. Antifa. In episode 30 of The Tenants From Hell Show #HoltonWiseTV presents a compilation of first hand footage & commentary from those who were involved in the violent protests & riots following the murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
Police brutality, systemic racism and the Black Lives Matter movement are hot button issues in the United States of America. In episode 29 of The Tenants From Hell Show HoltonWiseTV presents a compilation of first hand footage & commentary from those who were involved in the violent protests & riots following the murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin.
George Floyd's death at the hand of the Minneapolis Police department on May 25th 2020 coupled with years of frustration over Police brutality and racial inequality sparked violent protests and riots in many cities across the United States. One of these cities was Cleveland, Ohio. Like many cities across the country, the people of Cleveland, Ohio were split on how to handle their frustrations and have their voices heard. Some people in Cleveland feel like violence and destruction is appropriate at this point. Others feel like violence and destruction is adding to the problem, not the solution. The 28th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show is their story from differing perspectives.
On May 25th 2020 George Floyd was arrested in Minneapolis, Minnesota on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $20 bill. While three other police officers assisted, Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin pinned Floyd to the ground with his knee on his neck. During this time period Floyd can be seen on camera pleading for his life, repeatedly stating that he could not breath until he became unresponsive. Chauvin refused to remove his knee from Floyd's neck for a total of 8 minutes and 46 seconds. Approximately an hour later George Floyd was pronounced dead. What started out as peaceful protests due to outrage over the gruesome killing of George Floyd and many other African Americans quickly turned into something else. People all over the United States took to the streets to riot, loot and destroy their cities. Property owners with no involvement in the situation began to have their properties and businesses destroyed at the hands of violent criminals. In the 27th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we bring you highlights of the destruction around the United States.
In episode 26 of The Tenants From Hell Show the Holton-Wise team takes you on a tour of a rental property after the tenant was recently evicted. This is the first step in getting a rental property ready for renovation so that it can be placed back on the market for rent. The house was completely ruined by the previous tenants. Our maintenance staff tours this house wearing a tyvek suit due to the cock roach infestation caused by all of the trash and filth caused by the tenant. The entire house has been damaged. The amount of garbage left by the tenant will fill a dumpster several times over. The carpets will need to be replaced. The walls will need to be repaired and repainted. The broken windows will need to be replaced. The kitchen, bathroom and plumbing will need to be redone. This is all part of a day in the life of a property manager.
In the 25th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show Brandon from Investment Joy is back to talk to James Wise about a drug dealing tenant he had to evict. In addition to being a Heroin dealer this guy was a professional tenant who attempted to scam the system by damaging the rental property and paying 13 people to pose as witnesses during the eviction hearing.
Evictions are a tough part of the property management business. By now, you've probably seen several videos on #HoltonWiseTV about the eviction process and have likely even seen a tenant get evicted live. You may still be wondering what happens to the tenant afterwords. After the landlord decides it's time to evict and the tenant is removed from their home does the tenant ever go back and make things right? Does the tenant continue to blame the landlord for kicking them out of their home? Who pays for all of the damages to the Landlord's home? In episode 24 of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise interviews a tenant after she trashed the landlord's rental property. The tenant goes into full detail in why she stopped paying rent, what she thinks the landlord did wrong, how the damages she caused to the rental home happened and what she plans on doing now that the landlord kicked her out and she's now homeless.
In the 23rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show Brandon from Investment Joy sits down with James Wise to talk about the time one of his tenants started a Meth Lab in one of his rental properties. Brandon breaks down the story from start to finish including some red flags he noticed when he chose to rent this house to this particular tenant, how he remediated the Meth Lab House, how much it cost him to remediate the Meth Lab House and all of the bureaucratic hurdles landlords need to jump through to be able to legally rent out a former Meth Lab House.
In this episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take you to another live eviction. During the show we hear the tenant (who drives a BMW) come up with every excuse in the book as to why it's not her fault that she was evicted. Holton-Wise CEO James Wise wonders if the Liberals will get as upset about this live eviction video as they did when they watched the Cadillac Escalade driving tenant get evicted live in episode 8 of The Tenants From Hell Show.
In this episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the Holton-Wise staff evicts a hoarder tenant from an apartment building in Cleveland, Ohio. On top of that Holton-Wise CEO James Wise breaks down the line by line cost of the eviction and subsequent renovation of the property to get the apartment in a condition that is suitable for a new tenant. Show includes both before and after footage of the renovation as well as live footage of the Cleveland Bailiffs and Holton-Wise staff performing the eviction.
If you think you've seen a landlord's worst nightmare, think again. This landlord's tenant and his thieving friends really take the cake. In the 20th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise & the Holton-Wise team take Investors on a tour of a Rental House that was completely stripped, vandalized & flooded by copper thieves after the tenants who lived there where evicted. The thieves were looking to steal the copper, furnace, hot water tank & anything else that they could sell for a quick buck and the damage done to the home was unconscionable. Note only was anything of value stolen the home was completely flooded to the point of having to have 6 feet of standing water pumped out of the basement. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV if you are interested in seeing more evictions, property destruction and landlord tenant feuds.
Evictions suck for a landlord, but as a landlord sometimes when tenants begin fighting with one another it's best to evict everyone. An eviction today, can save a property owner tons of money down the line. In the 19th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show experienced real estate investor & property manager James Wise from Holton-Wise talks about eviction, arson, hookers and other wild behavior at one of his rental property redevelopment projects that has been dubbed the Sex Motel. This bad tenant infested motel has been dubbed the Sex Motel due to the years and years of prostitution that has taken place at the property while the previous owner was in charge of things. It's up to James Wise and the rest of the HoltonWise team to get the slummy motel turned around into a profitable real estate investment, but that's easier said than done. Especially when arson is involved at your rental property.
Doing an eviction can be extremely dangerous. When things go wrong while evicting a tenant it can go sideway at an extremely fast pace. In the 18th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show professional property manager & real estate investor James Wise discusses some of the most gruesome tenant landlord disputes in modern history. Including the shooting at the Morning Star Tower Apartments in Cleveland, Ohio. The murder of Zakir Khan in the Bronx, New York. Leah Cuevas murdering and later dismembering Chinelle Latoya Thompson Browne in Brookyln, New York. And most recently the alleged murder of Realtor / landlord David Stokoe in South Jordan, Utah. On top of that James Wise goes over 3 ways Landlords can reduce their chances of ending up in one of these violent situations themselves. Real estate investing can be very scary. Make sure you protect yourself when getting into the rental property business. Tune into HoltonWiseTV for all things real estate. HoltonWiseTV is landlord made easy.
Landlords deal with a lot of weird stuff in their property management businesses. On HoltonWiseTV we try to bring real estate investors and soon to be property managers the most unique and interesting stories about the property management industry possible. We feel like we've hit a home run in that regard here on the 17th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show. Former Los Angeles property manager Matt Lehman sat down with James Wise to discuss his career as an LA landlord. Throughout his many years managing rental properties in Los Angeles Matt has seen more than his fair share of weird experiences. His experiences in the LA real estate scene include everything from drugs, gangs, murder & even an Illegal African Ivory syndicate. Plus you'll find out why this LA Property Manager eventually left the Los Angeles real estate business to go into the storage locker business. In fact this former LA rental property manager eventually found himself on an episode of the popular TV show Storage Wars.
If you are a new landlord you may be wondering do tenants lie? Yes, tenants lie. In fact, tenants lie to their landlord often. Tenants lie to their landlord about big things. Tenants lie to their landlord about small things. One of the hardest things to do when you learn how to become a property manager is learning how to cut through all of the B.S. when you are dealing with your tenants. Experienced property manager's like James Wise from HoltonWise can spot of lying tenant from a mile away. But what about newbie landlords? How does a newbie in the property management business go about finding out when his or her tenant is lying to their face? In the 16th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise explains how the HoltonWise team caught a dummy tenant lying about violation a restraining order & crashing his car into the house he was renting from HoltonWise. James Wise breaks down the perspective that new real estate investors need to have when dealing with unfortunate situations like this because these things are going to happen when you are in the property management business. It's not just evictions that can cost a landlord money in the rental property business. Evicting tenants is costly sure, but tenants can cost a landlord a lot of money outside of eviction day. Figuring out how to manage these bad tenants is going to help you become a better landlord. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
In the 15th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show professional real estate broker, Investor & property manager James Wise from Holton-Wise releases footage of the worst bed bug infestation he has even dealt with. During the show James explains how the tenants caused this horrific bed bug infestation as well as how Holton-Wise is exterminating the bed bugs.
Being the largest real estate investment company of it's kind, HoltonWise has been involved with a lot of tenant evictions. With 100's of successful evictions under their belt in the Cleveland housing market, evicting tenants is something that HoltonWise is known for. This is in part because HoltonWise handles evictions on rental properties for landlords who have lost control of their tenants, and in turn, lost control of their real estate investment. These tired landlords turn to HoltonWise to help them evict deadbeat tenants, and get the real estate investment back to profitability. This isn't the only reason for the eviction notoriety surrounding HoltonWise though. HoltonWise films many of these evictions and puts them on HoltonWiseTV for all to consume. From the eviction notice to move out day, the entire eviction process is caught on camera for real estate investors to learn from. If you are looking to learn how to evict a tenant you will gain a lot of insight from these live eviction videos that HoltonWiseTV produces. With all of this eviction day experience you'd think that HoltonWise co-founders John Holton and James Wise were born to evict people. That's just not true. Evicting deadbeat tenants is a skill. Like any skill in the real estate business it's learned from experience. At one point John Holton and James Wise were eviction newbies just like many new landlords watching this show right now. In the 14th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show John Holton and James Wise give real estate investors a first hand account of the first time they evicted a tenant from a house in Cleveland, Ohio. If you are interested in learning about the good, bad and ugly involved in managing rental properties make sure you subscribe to HoltonWiseTV. HoltonWiseTV is evictions made easy.
In the 13th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we release previously unheard voicemail recordings of some of our most scary tenants, drunk tenants, violent tenants, funny tenants and just plain bad tenants. From a tenant who's been to prison five times complaining about his He-Man collection being stolen to a drunk complaining about a bug infestation, to intoxicated tenants climbing up the walls, we've got a little bit of everything in here. Truly a must watch if you are a new or seasoned landlord looking for a real transparent look into the property management industry.
Evict. Evict. Evict. Evict. Evict. We had to write the word evict five times in a row. Why you ask? Why did we need to repeat the word evict five time in a row? Oh you know that's because in the 12th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show HoltonWise COO John Holton walks Real Estate Investors through one of the most bureaucratically complicated evictions he has ever dealt with. It was such a mess that the same tenant needed to be evicted from the same house 5 times. Talk about an eviction nightmare five times over.
Got fish? Tenants do some weird stuff. One of the things tenants often do is move out of their apartment in the middle of the night. This isn't in of itself all that weird. It's fairly common in the property management business to have tenants move out in the middle of the night. But the tenant that Fed from HoltonWiseTV is talking about In the 11th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show moved out after after throwing fish in the dishwasher? That's a new one here at HoltonWiseTV. Tune into HoltonWiseTV for more unique insights into the landlording business like this. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
Suicide is an uncomfortable topic. For many real estate investors and landlords out there it might not be something you've thought you'd have to deal with in your rental property business. Unfortunately that isn't the case. Tenants are people and people commit suicide. Often when people commit suicide they do so in their home. Well guess what? Your tenant's home is your home. As the landlord you are likely going to faced with a situation where one of your tenants has killed themselves inside of your house. You probably have a lot of questions now. What do I do if my tenants kills themselves in my house? Who cleans up after a tenant commits suicide in my house? As the property owner, what are my responsibilities when my tenant kills themselves inside of my property? Is the landlord responsible for removing the tenants belongings after a suicide? Should the landlord give the tenants family the keys to the property after a death? How long should the landlord let the deceased tenant's family have access to the rental property? What do you do with all of your tenant's things after they die? These are all great questions that a lot of new landlords never thought they'd have to answer. Here on the 10th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise explains to new rental property owners what they need to do in the event of a tenant's death. Whether that tenant's death is via suicide, murder or natural cause the advice remains mostly the same. In addition James Wise explains how landlords can protect themselves from being stolen from by the dead tenant's family in these kinds of situations. Ya see, one time James Wise had a dead tenant's family refuse to move out of their family member's house after HoltonWise gave them access to collect her belongings. This resulted in HoltonWise having to evict the dead tenant's family as they were squatters. Real estate investing ain't always sunshine and rainbows folks. Today's show is about one of the darker topics in property management but it's an important topic for all real estate investors to understand. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
Have you ever heard the term professional tenants? Professional tenants are tenants who've been around the block in the rental property business. These are tenants who make it their life mission to go around grifting one landlord after another. These renters from hell have been through the eviction process many times. These deadbeat tenants know all the legal tricks and loopholes to delay their evictions. Eviction day is just another day for these scumbag tenants. In the 9th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise explains some of the legal loopholes professional renters use to avoid being evicted by their landlord. If you are a newbie in the landlording business make sure you tune into HoltonWiseTV for more insight into the property management business and how you can deal with deadbeat renters who want to do nothing more than scam landlords out of their hard earned money by leeching off of them like Marxist parasites. HoltonWiseTV is evicting deadbeat tenants made easy.
In the 8th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team goes on location to document an actual eviction LIVE!
It's easy to be a landlord, they said. Buy rental properties, they said. Invest in real estate, they said. It's so awesome to own real estate, they said. What they forgot to say was just how much filth you will need to deal with as a property manager. A day in the life of a landlord is not always sunshine and rainbows. Nope, the day in the life of a rental property owner is filled with deadbeat tenants, property damage and human poop. Lots and lots of human poop. Honestly they really don't tell newbies just how much of a landlord's day involves human poop. A landlord spends a shockingly high amount of their time dealing with human poop. Don't believe us? Take a look at the 7th episode of The Tenants From Hell show. During the show James Wise provides soon to be landlords as well as seasoned real estate investors with a shocking look at the worst toilet he has ever seen. Having managed thousands of tenants James Wise has seen a lot of disgusting toilets inside of nasty apartments. This tenant's toilet though. OMG, how did this tenant's toilet get this gross? How is it possible for a human being to have such a disgusting toilet in their house? The smell of this tenant's bathroom would be enough to render a full sized man useless. This tenant's toilet is by far the worst toilet in hjoltonWise history. Likely this tenant's toilet is the worst toilet in America. Possibly even the most horrible toilet in the world. Tune into HoltonWiseTV for more uncensored insight into the day to day life of a landlord. This isn't your daddy's real estate show though. At HoltonWiseTV we should newbie real estate investors the good, bad, ugly and downright disgusting things that come along with being a property management company.
Driving for dollars is a great way to make money in real estate. Real estate coaches talk about driving for dollars all the time. Driving for dollars allows real estate investors to get out into their real estate market, meet with motivated sellers, find distressed properties and really get an understanding of the housing stock in their market. However, there are some downsides to driving for dollars that the other gurus don't tell newbies about. Ya see, when a real estate investor is looking in the part of town that features a lot of distressed properties there is going to be a lot of unsavory characters in and around that neighborhood. Real estate investing is more of a people business than it is a property business and you'll be dealing with some rough people when you're in these blighted areas. In the 6th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise candidly discusses the time he dealt with a transgender prostitute while driving for dollars scouting an apartment building acquisition. This was one pushy hooker and James Wise was pretty fresh to investing at this time so how he handled the situation was fairly hilarious. Tune into HoltonWiseTV for more uncensored insight into the day to day life of landlords and property managers. HoltonWiseTV is real estate investing made easy.
Oh the joy's of being a landlord. A day in the life of a landlord is unlike any other. As a property manager you never know what you're going to run into when you walk into that tenant's unit. Sometimes you run into bed bugs in the tenant's apartment. Sometimes you run into poop on the tenant's walls. Other times you get lucky and you encounter some of the tenant's sex toys. In the 5th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show professional landlord James Wise recounts the 1st time he found a used dildo in one of his rental properties. This definitely wasn't the last dildo James Wise ran into, but you never forget your first tenant's dildo. Tune into HoltonWiseTV if you are interested in learning about property management and an uncensored take on the day to day life of a rental property owner. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
Property management can be an awesome business. But being a landlord doesn't come without it's drawbacks. Dealing with problem tenants feels like a never ending saga in the life of a landlord. Outside of tenants you've got bed bugs. Bed bugs suck. Stupid tenants suck. Most of the time a landlord only has to deal with bed bugs because of stupid tenants. In the 4th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show professional landlord James Wise discusses the time one of his stupid tenants really upped the level on stupidity. There are a low of ways to treat bed bugs in a tenant's apartment. The way this idiotic tenant handled the bed bug infestation in his apartment was not one of them. This dummy tenant through his bed bug infested couch through his neighbors dining room window.....The neighbor's apartment was on the 2nd floor of the apartment building. Tune into HoltonWiseTV for this story and more stories about the world's worst tenants and the day to day experiences of property managers from all over the world. HoltonWiseTV is managing tenants made easy.
They say being a rental property owner is all about passive income. Sometimes though, it doesn't feel like the landlording business is very passive. In fact, running a rental property portfolio can be a ton of work. In the 3rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show HoltonWise COO John Holton recalls the time he had to deal with the drunk pooper tenant. This horrible tenant would get blacked out drunk every single day, often pooping all over his apartment and in the common areas of the apartment building he lived in. At one point it got so bad the USPS refused to deliver mail to the entire apartment building until after the drunk pooping tenant's eviction was carried out. If you are under the false impression that real estate is nothing but easy money make sure you wat The Tenants From Hell Show on HoltonWiseTV today.
Being a real estate investor can change your life for the good, or the bad, or both. There is a lot of money that can be made in owning rental property but being a rental property owner does have it's drawback. Dealing with violence from tenants is one reason many real estate investors hire a property manager. When you are in the property management business you never know what can happen when you are dealing with bad tenants. In the 2nd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise talks about the time a tenant tried to burn down his personal home.
Real estate investing ain't always sunshine and rainbows folks. Investing in real estate involves evicting tenants and dealing with your fare share of scumbag renters. Managing rental properties can get down right dirty and nasty. In the 1st episode of The Tenants From Hell Show professional landlord and HoltonWise COO John Holton, discusses the time one of his tenants pooped on a couch right in front of him. If you are looking to learn about the worst tenant behavior subscribe to HoltonWiseTV because the Tenants From Hell Show features the worst of the worst when it comes to the property management business.