So let's say you are in one of the following three situations:
- You are a new landlord. Someone who has decided that renting out your home MAY be a better idea than selling it.
- You have recently had a tenant move out after a number of years. You have updated the property and are looking to get it rented for the proper price.
- You have a number of investment properties that you are considering. You would like to have a better idea of what they would rent for before you invest.
You want to know how much I should rent my house for? If you look online there are all sorts of automated tools and conflicting answers. You find the so-called "rental calculators" and "rent estimators", but the truth is that they have no way to take into…