Investing in real estate can generate passive income, significant tax benefits and build equity from price appreciation over the years. However, while this may sound exciting, the reality of being a landlord is it can often be very stressful. For example, you may encounter difficult tenants. From the needy tenant who calls for everything, to the tenant who always pays rent late. As a landlord, you also have the responsibility of making sure your property is well-maintained. Your renters may call you for every leaky tap and every missing shingle. Admittedly, that’s a lot for one person to handle! More so, if you are a new landlord.