Ask Landlord Hank

Ask Landlord Hank Your Question

Ask veteran landlord and property manager Hank Rossi your questions from tenant screening to leases to pets and more! He provides answers each week to landlords.
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Some recent Landlord Hank questions and answers:

What Should We Do About A Hoarder?

Ask Landlord Hank: What’s Your Advice On Renting During the Moratorium on Evictions?

 How Should We Handle An Already Slow-Paying Tenant Now?

Dear Landlord Hank: Who Pays for Bed Bug Removal?

Dear Landlord Hank: Does Tenant Still Have To Move?

Dear Landlord Hank: Tenant Cannot Pay Rent Due to COVID-19

Dear Landlord Hank: Running Children Upstairs Disturbing Downstairs Tenant What Do We Do?

Do You Know The 5 Questions Hank Asks Tenants When They Call?

A long-time real estate investor, property manager and landlord, he enjoys working on his multiple single-family and multifamily properties himself sometimes. Here is what he writes about himself and how he got started.

Landlord Hank your questions on rental housing
Hank Rossi

How Hank got his start

“I started in real estate as a child watching my father take care of our family rentals- maintenance, tenant relations, etc , in small town Ohio. As I grew, I was occasionally Dad’s assistant. In the mid-90s I decided to get into the rental business on my own, as a sideline. In 2001, I retired from my profession and only managed my own investments, for the next 10 years. Six years ago, my sister, working as a rental agent/property manager in Sarasota, Florida convinced me to try the Florida lifestyle. I gave it a try and never looked back. A few years ago we started our own real estate brokerage. We focus on property management and leasing. I continue to manage my real estate portfolio here in Florida and Atlanta. “
Hank Rossi

Visit Hank’s website here.

Some recent questions answered for our readers

I Have A Tenant Couple Who Fight On A Regular Basis – What Do I Do?

My Tenant Wants To Repaint His Unit – What Should I Do?

5 Questions Landlord Hank Asks Tenants When They Call

Landlord Hank at work himself one one of his rental properties. Ask him your question.
Hank frequently likes to work on his properties himself to save a little money.

Please note: Hank is not an attorney and does not offer legal advice. He offers helpful, useful information to fellow rental property owners and managers.

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