Ethics & Values
“Integrity is doing the right thing even when no one is watching.”
– C.S. Lewis
When we work with real estate investors to buy, manage, or sell rental investments, we strive to uphold the highest standards and ethics.
Code of Conduct & Standards
RentalInvesting.com is a licensed real estate brokerage located in Florida working with all types of people to help plan and execute rental investing plans and strategies developed in conjunction with our experienced in-house and affiliated partners. As a licensed brokerage we abide by and exceed The National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics and Standard of Practice is a code that ensures consumers are served by requiring realtors to cooperate with each other in furthering clients’ best interests.
View the Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice of the National Association of REALTORS® Effective January 1, 2020.
Working With Clients
We have a duty of care when working with each and every investor. When working with investors and customers we first make sure to focus on the desired lifestyle, then work with our customers financial planners to craft a rental investment plan. For some customers it makes sense to buy, hold and have us manage the property and for others it may make sense to lend us the capital so we can purchase the property and receive principal and interest payments and secure our customers rental investment with a first mortgage on the specific property we purchase with the capital.
Regardless of rental strategy we remain committed to treating all customers fairly and honestly and abide by our Anti-Discrimination & Equal Housing policies.
Our Rental Investments
Our primary mission is to support commercial and residential properties in growing markets by acquiring and managing real estate rentals for ourselves and others. When determining whether or not to invest in a rental property we look at, but not limited to, the following factors:
- Vet the neighborhood and vacancy rates;
- Determine the property condition and age of fixtures
- Property taxes of each investment;
- Crime rates and types of crimes;
- Local job market and types of employment;
- Local amenities and attractions;
- Future zoning and land use;
- Rental rates and return on total cash investment and total investment.
- Types of and length of depreciation to offset income over time.
- The total return on investment over time.