No, not unless it is some sort of government program. I do suggest that you join an apartment owners association in your town. They usually offer advise, documents and legal questions. I belong to the AOA, but that is specific to my area... you will want one versed on your specific areas rent stabilization laws (if any), state laws, etc.
I am a realtor with 15 rental properties in three counties and I can tell you, keeping all of the ever changing rules straight is tough. Having an assistance "hotline" such as provided with a rental organization, has helped tremendously!
The final word of advise: screen your tenants well! Check references inside and out and know that people make up rental histories, employment and everything under the sun. Do your homework, maintain control over your property (rather than give it to management company if it is small enough) and learn to trust your instincts. Most of all, buy more - it is a great retirement plan!
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