Here are 5 rental property management mistakes that Keepe, the on-demand maintenance company, sometimes sees at rental properties.
Managing a rental property can be challenging even for the most experienced property managers. As a property manager, you need to ensure that your tenants, workers, contractors, and your properties are in good shape.
If you are a property manager managing 1 or 100 rental properties, here are five rental-property management mistakes from Keepe that you want to avoid.
As a property manager you are most likely to deal with all kinds of tenants.
When you rent your property to a destructive or troublesome tenant, you are sure to lose money and deal with problems every day. One sure way to save yourself of these issues is to have a detailed formal tenant-screening process that helps you select the right kind of tenants for your rental.
Your tenants want the best service and quick solutions to their maintenance problems.
Not having a dedicated and reliable handyperson you can call immediately will likely affect your tenant satisfaction and retention rates.
Suraj Shrestha is an associate at Harborside Partners. He has been taking the lead role on research projects; to develop and implement online marketing strategies for search engine optimization and social media marketing. He is one of the core parts for helping to grow business revenue and the company’s online presence.