Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode Founder and Host, Dave Knight is a full time Police Officer who outside the workplace has been able to grow a multi-million dollar rental income portfolio.

First Responders Wealth Network Podcast was created to help ALL First Responders become educated and exposed to the possibilities of real estate investing, the strategies used to grow your wealth, and to stop relying on your paycheque and pensions alone.

Top millionaire investors, industry leading professionals, and success stories from other First Responder investors throughout Canada and United States are showcased weekly to share their journey and lessons learned.

Dave’s mission is to help educate, inspire to take action, create a network, and change ALL first responders mindset on how they approach their financial future or retirement. #911WealthNetwork 

Dec 3, 2019

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This episode is full of value, especially for landlords looking for a great resource to assist in screening tenants. Today we are joined by Jerome from Jerome explains how we can navigate and optimize our due diligence process by screening our tenants properly using AI.


Jerome shares with us this incredible tool we can use to assist us in the screening process and help give you that extra sense of reassurance that every landlord and investor looks for. I use this service myself, and I know it can help you too.


If you’re looking for additional help or coaching on screening your tenants, reach out to me


What was covered:

  • Spotting a professional tenant and how to avoid them
  • The pitfalls in selecting the wrong tenant
  • How Naborly can help you screen your tenants and guarantees cash flow
  • How you can help co-landlords screen their tenants
  • The number 1 mistake landlords make when accepting tenants