Section 8 tenants are the worst. If you thought tenants not paying rent was the only thing you'd have to worry about when you bought your first rental property, you are in for some bad news. Not paying the rent is just one of the ways bad tenants can make their landlord's life miserable. From living like pigs, to destroying the landlord's property on purpose, horrible tenants are out to destroy their landlord's lives. In the 100th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV crew is showing investors the aftermath of some Section 8 evictions caught on tape. This Section 8 eviction footage should be viewed as a cautionary tale for new Section 8 landlords who think that the tenant having a Section 8 voucher is going to eliminate all of the problems the Section 8 landlord will have to deal with when it comes to their Section 8 rental property management. The truth is, managing Section 8 rental properties is a very difficult job. HoltonWise runs a multi million dollar Section 8 rental property investment company that deals with 1,000's of Section 8 tenants every year. From live Section 8 evictions caught on camera, to Section 8 tenants for not paying their portion of the rent, to Section 8 tenants fighting their Section 8 neighbors to a never ending supply of Section 8 eviction day drama, you'll see it all the Section 8 horror stories here on HoltonWiseTV. If after watching all of the Section 8 drama you think you have what it takes to become wealthy investing in Section 8 real estate reach out to HoltonWise for assistance in building your own Section 8 empire. HoltonWise is Section 8 housing property management made easy, or at least as easy as something as difficult as investing in Section 8 homes and dealing with Section 8 renters can ever be.
People on Section 8 don't get evicted, they said. You'll never have to evict a Section 8 tenant, they said. Buying houses in the hood is how you get rich, they said. It's easy to make millions investing in affordable housing, they said. You will get rich with Section 8 housing, they said. Managing Section 8 tenants is easy, they said. Section 8 tenants won't destroy your house, they said. The people on Section 8 vouchers will take care of their rental property like they owned it themselves, they said. A Section 8 tenant is just like any other tenant, they said. A Section 8 rental property is just like any other rental property, they said. Anyone can manage Section 8 tenants, they said. Have you heard any of these Section 8 myths before? The truth of the matter is, running a portfolio of Section 8 rental properties is a very difficult task. Here at HoltonWise we have dealt with 1,000's of Section 8 renters and all of the problems that can come with an affordable housing business. At HoltonWise we have to evict 100's of tenants every year and the eviction you see here on the 99th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, is one of the worst Section 8 housing evictions we've ever had to deal with. During the show, the HoltonWiseTV team is showing potential Section 8 property owners like you, what it's really like when you have to evict a tenant with a Section 8 voucher from one of your rental properties. A Section 8 eviction is usually pretty bad but this Section 8 rental property was completely destroyed after the eviction process was completed. This property was trashed from top to bottom. This Section 8 property was completely flooded to the point that 6 ft of standing water was in the basement. The entire house had to be pumped out by HoltonWise so that it could be renovated and rented again. If after watching all of the live evictions caught on camera that HoltonWiseTV has to offer, you still feel like investing in affordable housing and Section 8 rental properties is right for you, reach out to HoltonWise today. HoltonWise helps landlords from all over the world become successful Section 8 investors. Not because managing Section 8 properties is easy, but because HoltonWise is a Section 8 expert who has the tools and resources needed to turn a profit with Section 8 real estate.
Can't pay? We'll take it away. When it comes to tenants paying their rent, HoltonWise is a landlord who does not play around. Not paying your rent to HoltonWise will result in an eviction 100% of the time. As a matter of fact, catching evictions on tape is what we do here on HoltonWiseTV. From live evictions caught on tape, to eviction day drama, to evictions gone wrong, to the aftermath of the worst evictions ever caught on camera the HoltonWiseTV team brings all the eviction process content to you. In the 98th episode of the Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team is bringing you one of the most entertaining evictions caught on camera. Watch live footage of a jobless renter with 11 kids get evicted for not paying her rent. This deadbeat tenant has every excuse in the book as to why she couldn't pay her rent, but she also liked to brag about owning a BMW, big screen tv and much more. Subscribe to HoltonWiseTV for more live evictions caught on tape.
When it comes to affordable housing, landlords are often presented as the villians. The narrative in the USA is that greedy Section 8 landlords are taking care of good hard working people living in their homes. Oftentimes when a landlord evicts a low income tenant the landlord is called evil. The landlord is called greedy. The landlord is considered the bad guy. The thing is, the landlord being the bad guy in the eviction process is a completely false narrative. Oftentimes the landlord is the victim when it comes to evictions. Don't believe us? Take a look at the 97th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show. During the show, the HoltonWiseTV crew is exposing what it's really like to manage Section 8 rental properties and deal with Section 8 renters. Watch as Section 8 tenants destroy property after property. Do you still believe that landlords are evil? Do you still believe that landlords are parasites? Do you still believe that landlords are bad? Do you still believe that landlords are thieves? Do you still believe that landlords are scumbags? Do you still believe that landlords are the worst? Do you still believe that landlords are bastards? Do you still believe that landlords taking advantage of those living in affordable housing? Or, is the narrative wrong. Could it be that investing in affordable housing is a very difficult thing to do given all of the scumbag tenants from hell out there destroying other people's property? Take a look at all of the damage done to affordable housing, and ask yourself, why is the rent so damn high? When it comes to the eviction crisis, the landlords are the victims, not the tenants.
If you want to get rich through Section 8 real estate investing you're going to deal with some bad stuff. Tenants facing eviction love to destroy properties before eviction day comes. Tenants from hell create evictions from hell. Don't think evicting crappy tenants can be that bad? Check out the 96th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show for a live look at some of our worst evictions from some of the biggest scumbag tenants we've ever seen. If you've never invested in Section 8 rental properties before, make sure you tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on the best and worst case scenarios that come along with managing Section 8 rental properties. Here on HoltonWiseTV we bring investors the real life experiences of a Section 8 property management company that evicts over 100 deadbeat tenants every year.
A day in the life of a property manager is tough. A day in the life of a Section 8 property manager is really tough. Managing rental properties in America's poorest communities is no easy task. As they say, if you don't pay, the landlord is going to take it away. Here on HoltonWiseTV, we provide viewers with a real life look at what Section 8 property management companies do to keep the rent paid. From live evictions caught on tape, to bed bug infestations, to squatters being evicted, to tenants threatening their landlord, to homes completely destroyed by the world's worst tenants, you'll see everything the property management industry has to offer here on HoltonWiseTV. In the 95th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV crew is providing those interested in Section 8 real estate investing with an uncensored look at what a property manager does while dealing with Section 8 tenants in the ghetto. It's very possible to become a millionaire investing in affordable housing, but the millions of dollars does not come easy. Collecting rent in the ghetto doesn't come easy. Dealing with renters in the ghetto isn't easy. Rehabbing properties in the ghetto is not simple. Running a property management business in the ghetto takes a lot of skill and drive. If you think you've got what it takes to become the next Section 8 millionaire tune in to HoltonWiseTV today.
Rental property investing is a tough job, but somebody's got to do it. Here on HoltonWiseTV, we take pride in presenting new real estate investors with a real life look at the property management business. Often times, you will see influencers presenting the property management industry in an unrealistically favorable light. In reality, a day in the life of a property manager is filled with evictions, bed bugs, tenants fighting, missed rent payments, squatters, Section 8 drama and a ton of other renter nonsense. It's important for those thinking about starting a real estate business to understand what really goes on in the business of managing rental properties. In the 94th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, professional property manager James Wise talks about the time a pedophile moved into one of his rental properties. At HoltonWise we utilize a strict tenant screening process and being a sex offender or being a rapist or being a child molester is a cause for automatic denial of a tenant's rental application. However, this registered sex offender was able to sneak into our rental property by way of another tenant he was related to. If you are a first time landlord looking for tips on how to survive the property management industry tune in to HoltonWiseTV today.
Invest in the ghetto, they said. Get rich buying houses in the ghetto, they said. Become a millionaire investing in affordable housing, they said. Managing tenants is easy, they said. People living in the ghetto just need a helping hand, they said. People on Section 8 vouchers are just like you, they said. Managing Section 8 tenants is easy, they said. Section 8 real estate investing is fun, they said. Start a property management business, they said. Have you heard all of this Section 8 investing nonsense from real estate gurus before? In reality, investing in Section 8 rental properties is a very difficult business. In reality, evicting people is a rough way to make a living. In reality, Section 8 tenants destroy landlord's houses every single day. In reality, owning a lot of homes in the ghetto is not for everyone. In reality, only certain kinds of landlords can handle all of the property management issues that come along with a Section 8 portfolio of rental properties in the ghetto. In the 93rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV team is showing potential Section 8 property owners like you what it's really like to be a property manager in the ghetto. HoltonWise runs a huge Section 8 rental property investment company that deals with 1,000's of Section 8 tenants every year. From live evictions caught on camera, to tenants for not paying their rent, to tenants fighting their neighbors to a never ending supply of eviction day drama, you'll see it all on HoltonWiseTV. Do you think you have what it takes to become rich investing in Section 8 housing? We'll see. HoltonWise is Section 8 housing investment made easy, or at least as easy as something as difficult as investing in the ghetto can ever be.
Performing evictions is a dangerous business. At any point a seemingly normal eviction can turn into a deadly eviction at a moment's notice. In the 92nd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV team is showing would be investors like you some of the worst evictions caught on camera. These bad evictions are some of the things property managers like HoltonWise encounter when they have to evict tenants for not paying their rent. If you are considering getting into the property management business you need to be aware that these kinds of violent occurrences can and do happen during eviction proceedings. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on the real life situations landlords and property managers deal with every day when they have to evict squatters from their rental properties. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
What to do if you can't pay your rent? Figure out a way to pay your rent! If you've ever wondered what happens if you don't pay your rent, you're going to want to pay attention to the 91st episode of The Tenants From Hell Show. If you don't pay your rent the landlord is going to evict you, and evictions can get downright ugly. As you can see from this live eviction montage non paying tenants get kicked of their homes by the HoltonWise eviction crew. Whether you are a tenant considering missing your next rent payment or you are a new real estate investor looking to learn about the property management business by watching live evictions caught on camera, you'll surely learn something about the eviction process by watching this compilation of eviction footage caught on tape. HoltonWise is evicting squatters made easy.
You can make a lot of money with Section 8 real estate investing but that's not to say managing Section 8 housing is an easy job. If you drive through the hoods of America you will see countless abandoned places. Many of these abandoned houses and abandoned apartment buildings were abandoned after landlords gave up on the properties after countless evictions. In the 90th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team is taking viewers on a tour of abandoned properties after the owners gave up on them after dealing with a seemingly never ending supply of eviction day drama that comes with dealing with tenants on Section 8 vouchers. If you are considering buying a Section 8 investment property or are interested in Section 8 consulting reach out to HoltonWise today. HoltonWise is one of the largest Section 8 property management companies of it's kind who has helped many people just like you become passive Section 8 rental property owners. At HoltonWise we handle all of the Section 8 drama and eviction notice nonsense so you don't have to. HoltonWise is Section 8 investing made easy.
Section 8 real estate investing is great, they said. You can't go wrong with Section 8 real estate investing, they said. Owning Section 8 rental property is the key to wealth, they said. Buy Section 8 housing and you'll become an instant millionaire, they said. The truth is, being a Section 8 property owner is a tough way to earn a living. Yes, Section 8 landlords can, and do, make a lot of money. Yes, you can become a millionaire by investing in Section 8 real estate. Yes, Section 8 rental properties are incredibly profitable if they are managed correctly. That's the thing though. Many new Section 8 landlords don't seem to understand just how tough managing Section 8 tenants really is. Luckily for you, HoltonWise understands the Section 8 rental property business. HoltonWise manages one of the largest Section 8 rental property portfolios in the greater Cleveland real estate market. HoltonWise offers Section 8 consulting. HoltonWise buys distressed Section 8 properties from Section 8 landlords who are done dealing with all of the Section 8 drama. In the 89th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV team is exposing viewers to the realities of Section 8 investing. From evictions caught on tape, to squatters destroying homes, from drug addicts running wild in the Cleveland ghetto, to condemned houses in the hood, you'll see it all on HoltonWiseTV. Make sure you tune in to HoltonWiseTV before you commit yourself to the Section 8 life. HoltonWiseTV is Section 8 real estate investing made easy.
If you've watched the countless evictions caught on tape that HoltonWiseTV has published, you've realized that If you don't pay rent, the landlord is going to evict you. But what happens to all of the vacant houses in the ghetto after an eviction? Are all of the ghetto houses rehabbed and rented to new tenants? No, not at all. Oftentimes, people investing in the ghetto don't know what they are getting themselves into. Buying houses in the hood when you aren't prepared to deal with the endless eviction day drama that comes along with evicting tenants in the hood can make even the most well intentioned landlord go bankrupt. In the 88th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV crew takes viewers through some the worst ghettos in the USA to show newbie investors what hood houses look like after the evictions take place and the squatters come in to destroy the rest of the property. If you are new to real estate investing and considering buying cheap houses in the hood or managing tenants in the ghetto you do not want to miss a moment of eviction day footage featured on The Tenants From Hell Show. HoltonWise is evicting people from houses in the ghetto made easy.
If you want to learn how to become a property manager you have come to the right place. From evictions caught on tape, to eviction day madness, to landlord tenant disputes, to stories about a day in the life of a property manager, HoltonWiseTV is the number one resource for real estate investors who want to learn about the real life landlord tenant drama that goes on in the property management business. In the 87th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew is providing a real life look at real estate investing for beginners that shows some highlights of the worst tenants ever. By getting a look at the worst tenants in America new landlords can get an understanding of what life is like as a rental property owner. From tenants not paying rent, to tenants fighting each other to tenants trying to fight their property manager, if you can stomach what you see on The Tenants From Hell Show, investing in real estate might be for you. Contact HoltonWise for more information on buying rental properties today. HoltonWise is real estate investing made easy.
If you want to learn how to become a millionaire landlord you have come to the right place. From squatters getting evicted, to live evictions caught on tape, to evictions gone wrong, to landlord tenant fights, to stories about a day in the life of a landlord, HoltonWiseTV is your number one resource for rental property investing education. On HoltonWiseTV it's not just about the good stuff that comes with real estate investing. On HoltonWiseTV we show future rental property owners what it's like behind the scenes in the property management industry. In the 86th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew is providing an inside look at rental property management by showing a typical day in the life of a property management company who deals with everything from squatters who won't leave, to rental property damage, to plumbing disasters, to dealing with people in the ghetto, to nonpayment evictions, to renters gone wild. If you can survive what you see on The Tenants From Hell Show, investing in real estate might be for you. Contact HoltonWise for more information on buying rental properties today. HoltonWise is real estate investing made easy.
Nobody has more live eviction footage than HoltonWiseTV. If you are interested in learning how to become a property manager you don't want to miss out on the abundance of eviction day drama that HoltonWiseTV publishes as evictions are a huge part of the property management business. In the 85th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWiseTV team is giving you a look at some live evictions caught on camera as well as some nasty eviction aftermath. From thieves stealing building supplies and flooding landlord's houses to tenants abandoning their animals when they get evicted, we've got it all here for you on HoltonWiseTV. We love evictions, you love evictions. Who doesn't love evictions? HoltonWiseTV is your number one resource for evictions caught on tape. HoltonWiseTV is your number one resource for live evictions caught on camera. HoltonWiseTV is your number one resource for seeing squatters get owned. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV today.
Evicting tenants who don't pay their rent is what we do at HoltonWise. At HoltonWise, it's no pay no stay. If you rent a property from HoltonWise and you don't pay your rent, you are getting evicted 100% of the time, it's that simple. The 84th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show features an eviction day montage of some of the best eviction day footage HoltonWiseTV has to offer. If you've never seen a live eviction caught on camera, buckle up buttercup, you are in for a treat. Here on HoltonWiseTV we hold nothing back from our viewers, so you are going get a real live look at evictions gone wrong. You are going to see squatters being kicked out. You are going to so deadbeat tenants have their items thrown in the street. At HoltonWise we have a zero tolerance policy for non payment of rent. If you are interested in investing in real estate and want a sophisticated property management team like HoltonWise doing all the dirty work on your behalf, reach out to us today. HoltonWiseTV is evicting people made easy.
Evicting people can be very dangerous. When landlords are performing evictions, they need to take all the necessary precautions as evictions can turn violent at the drop of a hat. In the 83rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show property management expert James Wise is providing HoltonWiseTV viewers with his take on a Manchester, New Hampshire eviction that escalated into a 3 hour standoff with the SWAT team. On eviction day, the tenant, Brian Erunski, refused to comply with the eviction order and barricaded himself inside his landlord's property until the Manchester SWAT team was able to forcefully remove him. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more property management and eviction content. HoltonWiseTV is real estate investing made easy.
I love evictions. You love evictions. We all love evictions. It's no pay, no stay. The eviction moratorium won't save you. If you don't pay your rent, the landlord is going to evict you. The 82nd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show features an eviction day highlight reel with some of the best live evictions caught on camera. This live eviction day montage will give real estate investors like you a real life look into a day in the life of a property manager. From squatters getting evicted to renters trashing their landlord's house, HoltonWiseTV has all the gory property management and eviction day footage for you. If you've never seen a tenant getting evicted you're in for a treat. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on managing rental properties and evicting bad tenants. HoltonWiseTV is evicting squatters made easy.
Where is the love for landlords? Where is the love for tenants? Tenants hate landlords. Landlords hate tenants. Tenants vs landlords is a heated rivalry as old as time, but, these days, it seems like landlord love is almost unheard of when you are talking to renters. When you search the word Landlords online searches like "landlords are parasites" "landlords are scum" "landlords are scumbags" "landlords are bad" "landlords are bad everybody" "landlords are the worst" "landlords are evil" and "landlords are the scum of the earth" auto populate. There are even multiple Reddit threads dedicated to hating on landlords. Why is there so much hate for landlords? Why do tenants hate landlords so much? Are landlords evil? Are landlords out there trying to rip off good people? Or, are there horrible tenants out there scapegoating their landlord's for their own poor decisions? Are there evicted tenants out there who are blaming their landlord for their poor life decisions? Are there bad tenants blaming their landlord for their own inability to act responsibly? Are there dumb tenants out there who blame their landlord because they are too lazy to go to work like everyone else? Are there tenants out their who hate their landlord because they feel entitled to free housing? In the 81st episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, professional property manager James Wise sounds off on a jobless middle aged man who blames his landlord and gentrification for his family's eviction,. This jobless tenant doesn't think he should have to work a full time job to provide for his family. This deadbeat tenant believes that his landlord should have to subsidize his living expenses so he can go to school instead of working like a grown man. This bad tenant goes so far as to make his children go to work to pay the rent for him, but he can't figure out why he is being evicted by his current landlord. This lazy tenant is so shameless, he has no idea why other landlords have refused to rent to him even though he'd rather do magic mushrooms than go to work. If you are rental property owner who is sick and tired of the world's worst tenants trying to steal from you, you'll want to tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more landlord tips and best practices. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
If you don't pay the landlord is going to take it away. Don't believe us? You will after watching the 80th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show. During this episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team takes you through some of our best evictions caught on tape. HoltonWiseTV is committed to giving real estate investors a real life look at the property management business. A big part of the property management industry is eviction day drama. If you've never bought a rental property before and want to know what a day in the life of a landlord looks like, you don't want to miss out on this live eviction compilation. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on managing rental properties and evicting nightmare tenants. HoltonWiseTV is evicting renters made easy.
The eviction process plays a big part in the day in the life of a property manager. Evicting tenants is not just about the time it takes to post the eviction notice and remove the tenants on eviction day. There is a lot more to evicting people from a rental property. Oftentimes the property management company has a lot a cleanup to do after evicting tenants from a house. In the 79th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team gives viewers an inside look into a day in the life of a property manager by taking viewers on a tour of two rental properties after tenants have been evicted. As you can see from the post eviction aftermath, removing bad renters is just one piece of the eviction puzzle. There is a lot of work that goes into evicting renters, both before, and after, the actual day of eviction. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more information on managing rental properties and evicting the world's worst tenants. HoltonWiseTV is evicting people made easy.
Property management can make you a lot of money in real estate. However, the property management business is tough. Property management 101 is knowing that landlords can and do run into rough patches when they run into bad tenants. The frequency of bad tenants a real estate investor will get is going to depend largely on the types of real estate they invest in, as well as how they manage their rental property portfolio. In the 78th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show low income housing expert James Wise is going over 5 things nightmare tenants never clean when they are moving out of your rental property. Part of learning how to become a millionaire in real estate is getting the right property management training and learning the right property management system so that you can build your real estate empire the right way one rental at a time. Here on HoltonWiseTV we want newbie real estate investors to understand all of the rough stuff that is involves in rental property management so they know what they are getting into when they are buying their first rental property. The proper expectations are key to understanding how to manage tenants as well as how to deal with the damage left behind by tenants from hell. A day in the life of a landlord is not glamorous and it's our mission at HoltonWise to highlight that for you before you buy your first investment property. HoltonWiseTV is managing tenants made easy.
A day in the life of a landlord is always exciting. From evictions to landlord harassment nightmare tenants do their best to drive even the most patient landlord off the deep end. In the 77th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team is taking real estate investors through some rough stuff with two evictions caught on tape. The first eviction take investors through a hoarder getting eviction. The second eviction caught on tape takes landlords through a duplex that was set on fire by the tenant living in it. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV to see the world's worst tenants caught on tape. From evictions gone wrong to live footage of the eviction process taking place time and time again, HoltonWiseTV has a little something for everyone interested in the property management business. HoltonWiseTV is people getting evicted made easy.
Become a millionaire in real estate, they said. Get rich in real estate, they said. Real estate is passive income, they said. Landlords don't work, they said. Real estate investing is easy, they said. Rental properties are just mailbox money, they said. You don't need to hire a property management company, they said. Are you a new real estate investor who has heard any of these worn our sayings about the property management business? These get rich quick in real estate sayings are nothing more than get rich quick scams. The reality of rental property management is property management is tough. Starting a property management company is hard. Dealing with nightmare tenants happens. In the 76th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV property management team is taking viewers on a tour of two failed real estate investments. These failed real estate deals are all too common in the real estate business. Far too many newbies are falling into the real estate investing for beginners trap and jumping into the landlording business before they understand that they will be evicting tenants, dealing with bad tenants, having sleepless nights because of nightmare tenants. And the kicker, these new rental property owners will be called slumlords. When these newbie investors are stolen from and need to evict the dead beats to stop the bleeding, people will say things like evil landlord kicks out single mother, or landlords are evil, landlords are parasites, landlords are scumbags, landlords are the worst, landlords are thieves, landlords are immoral, abolish landlords, landlords are slumlords, let's lynch the landlord and on and on. Before you become a failed landlord you need to make sure you know what you are getting yourself into. Some people are cut out to be property managers, others are not. If after learning all there is to know about managing tenants and rental properties you determined that you are not interested in dealing with handing out eviction notices and fixing up trashed rental properties after eviction day, HoltonWise is here to help. HoltonWise helps real estate investors from all over the world manage their rental property portfolios. At HoltonWise we handle all of the dirty work that comes with running a rental property portfolio. At HoltonWise we takeover distressed houses like these and reposition them into cash flowing assets without the property owner having to be on the front lines with the tenants, toilets and trouble that are a staple of the day in the life of a property manager. HoltonWiseTV is property management 101.
Landlord nightmare stories all start with tenants gone wrong. Bad tenants, crazy tenants, horrible tenants etc...They all create sleepless nights for even the most experienced property managers. Sometimes the only thing a landlord can do is evict these nightmare tenants. In the 75th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show professional landlord James Wise is contemplating whether or not he should evict one of his tenants for threatening one of his employees in a fit of road rage. As one of the largest property management companies in Cleveland, Ohio HoltonWise has done it's fair share of dealing with difficult tenants and for the most part, only evicts tenants who don't pay their rent. Sometimes though, an eviction notice is necessary even if the tenant is current with their rent. Is this tenant landlord dispute one of those times? Should this renter gone wrong be evicted for his behavior? Is threatening your landlord cause for eviction? When should a landlord evict a tenant who pays their rent on time but is otherwise a nightmare tenant? What if the tenant's bad behavior is caught on tape, does this change whether or not the landlord should evict the tenant? Tune in to HoltonWIseTV for tips and tricks on how to manage tenants. HoltonWiseTV is property management made easy.
Cleveland hood rats are always doing hood rat sh** and HoltonWiseTV is here to document it all for your viewing pleasure. As one of the largest property management companies in the Cleveland housing market, HoltonWise has seen our fair share of nightmare tenants. From live evictions caught on tape, to tenants destroying landlord's houses, you'll see it all on the Tenants From Hell Show on HoltonWiseTV. In the 74th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, the HoltonWise property management crew is taking future landlords and real estate investors like you on a tour of two Cleveland rental properties after HoltonWise evicted some hood rat tenants. These evicted tenants trashed both of these rental properties. Bad tenants like these are what give Cleveland landlords sleepless nights. If you've ever wondered what a day in the life of a Cleveland property manager looks like, you'll want to tune in to HoltonWiseTV today. HoltonWiseTV is Cleveland property management made easy.
Serving eviction notices is a tough business. On eviction day, everyone from the dead beat tenants who are being served with eviction papers, to those property managers, police officers and court bailiffs who are just doing their job carrying out their eviction day duties, are all at a heightened level of stress due to the dangerous nature of eviction proceedings. There is no better example of this than the live eviction caught on tape in San Diego, California featured here in the 73rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show. It all started with Court Services Deputy Jason Bunch serving a tenant named Yan Li with eviction papers. When Yan Li answered the door she was holding a knife and refused to put it down despite being commanded to do so by the Police Officer serving the eviction papers to her. Realizing performing the eviction of this hostile tenant alone would be dangerous, Court Services Deputy Jason Bunch called in backup. Chaos erupted as San Diego Police Officers Rogelio Medina, sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Nickel and Deputies Javier Medina and David Williams had to open fire on Yan Li during her eviction as she attacked police with her knife. During the show, professional landlord James Wise gives his take on what happened during this California eviction along with some of the responses to the Police Officer's eviction day actions from left wing housing advocates who've clearly never been involved in an eviction themselves.
Landlords are evil. Landlords are bad. Landlords are parasites. Landlords are thieves. Landlords are scum. Landlords are leeches. Landlords are the worst. Landlording is not a real job. Housing is basic right. Cancel rent. Collecting rent is wrong... The list of ridiculous landlord tenant takes from the woke left goes on and on. With socialist talking heads like Thought Slime pitting landlord vs tenant it's no wonder people on the left are starting to condone communist war criminals like Mao Zedong. These days Mao Zedong memes are shared amongst Marxist tenant advocacy groups who find humor in Mao Zedong's killing of landlords in communist China. In the 72nd episode landlord James Wise sounds off on all of this Mau Zedong landlords are bad and communism is good nonsense. James Wise goes over all the false information Thought Slime is spreading along with why landlords aren't evil and how it's really the anti landlord liberals like Thought Slime who are the real parasites on society. Landlords are often the people who are fixing houses in the ghetto. Landlords are often the victims in evictions, not the bad tenants being evicted. Landlords are the ones who are generating a majority of the tax revenue that is funding social safety nets like Section 8 housing vouchers. Landlords are often the people who are keeping property values up in the hoods of America, not thieving vandals. Landlords are not evil. If you think landlords are immoral it's because you are uneducated about the realities of the property management business. If you think evicting tenants is evil, you're in luck, James Wise goes over HoltonWise's anti eviction charity so those on the left can finally put their money where their mouth is instead of spouting off about how horrible it is to fix houses in the ghetto and collect rent.
Nobody expects to have to evict a naked person when they become a landlord. Sure, evictions are part of the property management business, but naked evictions, landlords don't see those types of evictions all that often. What makes the 71st episode of The Tenants From Hell so crazy for Bethany Coker is the fact that she isn't even a landlord. Bethany Coker is an auto mechanic and Instagram model, in short, the girl's got nothing to do with managing tenants. Bethany Coker has nothing to do with property management. Bethany Coker is the last person you'd expect to be evicting someone from her property. So how did this unsuspecting girl end up having to have the police evict a naked man from the trunk of her car?
Tenants not paying rent is the number one cause for evictions. Are evictions bad? You bet. Are eviction dangerous? Yes. Does eviction day suck for everyone involved? Absolutely. There are no good eviction, but there is a varying level of just how bad the eviction process can be. Evictions can range for pretty bad, to very violent, and in the worst case scenario, evictions can be deadly. If you've ever wondered how evictions work in the Cleveland housing market and elsewhere the 70th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show is for you. During the show expert real estate investor and Cleveland landlord James Wise discusses a Cleveland eviction that turned deadly. This is one of the worst evictions ever in the Cleveland area. In addition to this Cleveland eviction day reaction James Wise provides viewers with insight into how Cleveland eviction hearing work, why squatters need to be throw out, the difference between bailiff evictions and police eviction tenants, his first ever eviction and where fellow landlords can go to see the world's worst tenants being evicted on camera. Lastly James Wise discusses the political implication of the eviction crisis in America and what you can do about it if you'd like to stop evictions by donating to HoltonWise's charity created to stop evictions in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more things related to rental property investing in the Cleveland real estate market and beyond. HoltonWiseTV is eviction day made easy.
Bad tenants can make managing rental properties a nightmare. Sometimes horrible tenants can make rental property management dangerous and 66-year old Phil Robins of Cocoa, Florida might be one of the world's worst tenants. This renter from hell is both angry and dangerous, every landlord's worst nightmare. In the 69th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show, professional landlord James Wise is sounding off on the shooting of a landlord's maintenance workers by nightmare renter Phil Robins. Allegedly Phil Robins was enraged by his landlord's decision to send his property management workers into Phil Robins' apartment to handle some maintenance issues. You may be wondering why a tenant would be mad about his landlord fixing his apartment. Doesn't make any sense does it? Unfortunately angry tenants like Phil Robins are just part of a day in the life of a rental property owner. Tune in to HoltonWiseTV for more landlord horror stories like this one. HoltonWiseTV is real estate investing made easy.
Evictions can be some of the most dangerous situations in the real estate industry. In the 68th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV explores the murder of a Florida Realtor following the eviction of a disgruntled tenant. The killing of Parkland, Florida real estate agent Sara Trost is nothing short of a tragedy. Allegedly the reason for the Florida Realtor's murder just days before Christmas 2021 was because she was in the wrong place at the wrong time. A disgruntled tenant named Raymond Wesley Reese was going through an eviction with his landlord. Raymond Wesley Reese allegedly mistook Sara Trost as his landlord while she was sitting in her Jeep ready to show the home. Raymond Wesley Reese allegedly opened fire on Sara Trost as a form of revenge for evicting him from his rental home.
Killing your landlord is one way to avoid eviction day. In the 67th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take a look at the case of Brian George Sayrs Jr and his landlord Emily Lu. The Fairfax County Police have accused Brian George Sayrs Jr of murdering his landlord Emily Lu and hiding her body in a remote wooded area in Lorton, Virginia.
One way real estate investors reduce the risk of evictions, non payment of rent and landlord tenant disputes is to rent properties to tenants with good credit and income. Good credit and income is the corner stone of any landlord's tenant screening process. Imagine being a landlord who's tenant has the net worth of an MLB player making $10 Million per year. You'd think having a rich and famous tenant who plays in the MLB and makes $10 Million per year you'd never have to deal with typical landlord tenant problems. Thing is, you might be wrong. In the 66th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take a look at the lawsuit between Noah Syndergaard and his New York City landlord. Noah Syndergaard's landlord alleges that Noah Syndergaard violated his lease and owes the landlord $225,000. However, Noah Syndergaard alleges that it's actually his landlord who is the bad guy. Noah Syndergaard has claimed that his New York City landlord is extorting him.
Before being convicted on all charges in his racketeering and sex trafficking trail, R&B singer R Kelly has been evicted by his landlord's at least 5 times. R Kelly's evictions are despite him having once had an estimated net worth of around $100 Million. Being evicted from 5 different properties is pretty shocking given R Kelly's fortune & fame as an R&B superstar. In the 65th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team looks at the financial problems R Kelly is facing. From R Kelly being evicted from two of his mansions in the Atlanta, Georgia area for unpaid rent to R kelly's eviction from his recording studio in Chicago for throwing parties that damaged the landlord's building to his girlfriend's being evicted from his Trump Tower apartments after his arrest we take a detailed look at the torment this famous multi millionaire tenant caused his landlords.
The Covid eviction moratorium has delayed a lot of evictions for landlords and property managers all over the United States. While many real estate investors are upset every time they hear there is an eviction moratorium extension, the Covid 19 eviction moratorium delays are nothing compared to the 20+ year eviction delay we are discussing in the 64th episode of the Tenants From Hell Show. A long Island tenant named Guramrit Hanspal has avoided being evicted from a house he lost in foreclosure in 2000. To call Guramrit Hanspal a professional squatter is an understatement. Multiple bankruptcies & quit claim deeds are just a few tricks of the trade for this professional tenant.
If you've ever asked "what is it like being a property manager?" you are in the right place. In the 63rd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we give real estate investors a look at a day in the life of a property manager. A day in the life of a real estate investor isn't always filled with big rent checks. No, not even close. A day in the life of a landlord involves dealing with tenants, dealing with difficult tenants, talking to tenants, evicting tenants and in this case dealing with a tenant who has died in your rental property. How a property manager goes about talking to tenant's next of kin in the event of a tenant death is very important. Nobody wants a tenant to die in their rental property but it does happen and this a look at what happens when a property manager discovers a dead body at their rental property. Nobody wants to find a dead body at their house but this is what it's really like when you are getting started in rental property investing so hit that subscribe button if you're looking for landlord tips, DIY property management advice or a real life look at what it's like to be a rental property owner.
Real estate investing ain't easy. If you aren't prepared to be a landlord your tenants can drive you out of the rental property business altogether. In the 62nd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew takes real estate investors on a tour of one of our houses shortly after an eviction day move out. As you'll be able to see the tenants lived like complete savages until they were evicted for non payment of rent. All part of the day to day business of a property manager working in low income areas.
What do you do when a junkie squatter breaks into your tenant's home and starts living in their basement? As a real estate investor you probably never thought about this eviction scenario. What normal human being wonders what they would do if a random drug addict broke into their home and started living in their basement? Thing is, when you are investing in real estate these kinds of things can, and do happen. In the 61st episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team is working with Police to evict a squatter who has broken into the basement of an apartment building in Cleveland, Ohio. In Cleveland you don't often see tenants evicted by Police but today you are in for a treat as you will get too see live eviction day footage as this illegal tenant is evicted by the Cops and the Holton-Wise property management team.
Dealing with tenants is probably the hardest thing an investor has to do in real estate investing. As a real estate investor you always have to be on your toes because you never know when a good tenant is going to go bad. In the 60th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we take a look at the deadly eviction between an east Oakland landlord named Kulbushan Gupta and his 94 year old tenant, Frank Spillman. Frank Spillman had rented from Kulbushan Gupta for over 35 years. During the tenancy the tensions between the tenant and the landlord grew to a boiling point. Frank Spillman believed his landlord had poisoned his chickens and was going to evict him. These beliefs have been attributed to Frank Spilman's dementia by some. In the end, Frank Spilman became one of the oldest people arrested for murder in the history of the United States when shot and killed his landlord Kulbushan Gupta while Gupta was visiting the property he rented to Spilman.
Clearing out illegal squatters from a rental property can put real estate investors in an extremely difficult and dangerous situation. As a new landlord you may be wondering what to do if squatters broke into your house. Can you evict squatters? What is the difference between evicting squatters and evicting regular tenants? What are the squatters rights when clearing squatters out of your house? You are in luck, these are the types of situations we deal with at HoltonWise and here on HoltonWiseTV. On the 59th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team is clearing one of our houses after serial squatters broke in and started living there illegally.
The covid eviction moratorium has many tenants asking "can my landlord evict me right now?" In some cases the answer to that question is actually no. This has led to many renters not paying rent to their landlords. Tenants taking advantage of the eviction ban is a property managers worst nightmare. In the case of Bristol, Connecticut landlord David Haberfield that nightmare came to life. His dead beat tenant stopped paying him rent for over 14 months. By the time David Haberfield was finally able to evict this nightmare tenant the damage had already been done to the tune of $25,000. David's house was completely trashed by this horrible tenant. Graffiti and red paint covered the walls of the once nice rental property. In the 58th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show James Wise talks with David Haberfield about the worst eviction we have ever seen on The Tenants From Hell Show and how David is changing his tenant screening process due to the CDC eviction moratorium.
In the 57th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show we cover the breaking news that many struggling property owners have been dreading. On March 29th. 2021 The CDC eviction moratorium extension has been extended until June 30th. 2021. With the CARES Act eviction moratorium beginning in March of 2020, and the national eviction moratorium going into effect in September of 2020, this most recent eviction moratorium extension means some rental property owners will have been forced to let people live in their homes rent free for over 15 months. The endless covid 19 eviction moratoriums are making many real estate investors wonder when private property rights will be restored. When will the endless coronavirus eviction moratoriums end? Is the cancel rent movement winning?
Evictions are part of real estate investing and every eviction is difficult, especially evictions involving children or pets. Unfortunately it's not uncommon for tenants to ditch their pets when being evicted or moving out of their rental properties. In the 56th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew takes viewers on a live eviction where an abandoned dog was left alone on eviction day by her deadbeat owner who was nowhere to be found.
When you search the word Landlords on Google or YouTube some of the searches that auto populate are "landlords are parasites" "landlords are scum" "landlords are scumbags" "landlords are bad" "landlords are bad everybody" "landlords are the worst" and our personal favorite "landlords are the scum of the earth." Why is there so much hate for landlords? Why do tenants hate landlords so much? Is it because tenants think their landlords hate them? Why do landlords hate tenants? Is it because some landlords have grown to hate their tenants after horrible experiences like the tenants refusing to pay rent? Tenants trashing their houses? Tenants forcing their landlords to evict them? In the 55th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew takes you on a tour of a couple houses that may shine some light on why so many landlords hate their tenants.
In the 54th episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew takes you on a tour of a condemned house filled with squatters. If you've ever thought about buying cheap real estate in the ghetto's of America, this is a reality you may have to deal with. Properties in these blighted areas are filled with evictions, transients, property damage, crime, drugs, prostitution and a whole bunch of property management nightmares. Make sure you subscribe to HoltonWiseTV to get a feel for the realities of managing rental properties in America's toughest neighborhoods before you spend your hard earned money a rental property you aren't ready to manage.
So you want to invest in ghetto real estate because the prices are so low? Do you have what it takes to invest in the ghetto? Are you prepared to deal with evictions, bad tenants and property destruction? In episode 53 of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV crew takes you on a tour of a cracked out hood house.
Do you have what it takes to work in property management? In the 52nd episode of The Tenants From Hell Show the HoltonWiseTV team brings viewers a first hand look at the shocking behavior of some of our worst tenants. Footage includes hostile tenants at the Holton-Wise property management group offices, confrontations between tenants and management at their rental properties and much more.
Do you have what it takes to buy rental properties in the ghetto? Is buying real estate in the ghetto dangerous? Can you make money buying rental properties in the ghetto? What do you do when you see a squatter in one of your properties? If you've ever thought about investing in the ghetto and had any of these questions you'll want to watch episode 51 of The Tenants From Hell Show. John Holton and the HoltonWiseTV crew take real estate investors like you on a tour of an abandoned apartment building turned crack house the ghetto. Watch as John and team try to avoid needle sticks, squatters, holes in the floor and much more.