Owning and managing a rental property is undeniably a lot of work. You have to maintain the property, collect rent from tenants, and build a relationship your renters – all while managing in-house work like expenses, paying taxes, and keeping secure records. Not to mention, there’s a pile of additional work if you have a vacancy. While tons of daring landlords manage not one, but multiple properties on top of their full-time jobs, for some, this added work-load can get to be too stressful. If that’s you, there’s a solution: hiring a property manager.