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I have a legal two family home with a finished basement in Queens, NY.
I have been advertising it in all of the websites I can think of and with the multiple listing service for my area, but I really want to reach out to landlords because the property could pull in a lot of rental income for a new owner.

Can anyone suggest how I can get the attention of landlords looking for a legal two family home with finished basement in a good neighborhood of NYC?


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Why do you need to sell to a landlord?  Why not position it as a great way to live mortgage-free while building wealth?  House Hacking is hot these days.  You will get a better price than selling to an investor/landlord who will need to maximize ROI by getting the lowest price possible.

If you really want to sell to an investor, then you can:
(1) work with a realtor who has experience with investors in multifamily units in your area
(2) advertise it at your local Real Estate Investment club and
(3) Check out the BiggerPockets Forum where you can find local investors willing to make deals.

Good Luck!

AccidentalRental - A profitable resource for new landlords


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Hire a property manager to advertize your property. 

Hunter Rentals & Property Management

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