Frequently Asked Questions

We strive to remove all of the guesswork and make your Real Estate investing experience as easy and exciting as possible. You have questions, we have answers. Please contact us if you have any questions!

Yes. We own all the properties you see listed.
We earn our money by seeking out distressed properties in economically viable markets across the U.S. We fully rehab those properties, put a property manager and tenant in place and then sell at a profit as turnkey rentals to real estate investors. There are no hidden fees or charges.
There are a few steps involved. A helpful infographic can be found here.
Yes you can. However, most of the turnkey rentals that we have available already have tenants in place and we do not like to disturb the tenants.
Yes, all of our turnkey rentals are sold with tenants in place.
We have lenders lined up ready to finance the purchases of your turnkey rental properties. Whether you will be using conventional financing, buying through your retirement account, or through a 1031 exchange, we have trusted lenders that are familiar with our products, process, and neighborhoods. You are free to use your own lender as well.
Our goal for you is to buy our turnkey rentals with tenants in place, which means the cash flow begins to come in from day one!
A full discussion of turnkey rental insurance recommendations can be found by downloading the document below
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Natural disasters would be handled through your rental property insurance company, just the same as your primary residence.
All of our rental properties come with property management in place. Whether it's through 3 Fives directly or through a trusted local property management team, each property purchased is in good hands and the day to day management is already being taken care of.
You can contact the property management company about a property you have under contract. Just let us know and we will furnish the contact information.
The property managers we use typically charge 10% of collected rents. For signing a new lease, you can expect managers to charge between half and the full amount of the first month's rent. Keep in mind, however, that property management companies set their own rates, and rates can vary.
The property manager will advise you in this situation and act on your behalf to collect late fees and/or engage in court proceedings for eviction. All of the states that we invest in are landlord friendly states, which makes these processes inexpensive and effective.
After the property management company receives the maintenance request from the tenant, they will arrange for repairs to be completed.