The holidays are approaching and this means lots of great things, such as extra time with family and relatives, delicious treats, and fun festivities. Wouldn't you hate for any of this to be interrupted by emergency maintenance on your rental property? The holiday season is a great time to hire a property manager If you’ve been considering hiring a property management company for your rental … [Continue reading...]
Attract quality tenants by keeping your rental property in great condition with proper maintenance
Rental properties that are in great condition attract quality tenants. Learn more about what you can do to improve your rental property and keep it properly maintained to attract the best tenants.
What do you need to do to have your property rent ready? Your property manager will require you to have your property in “rent ready” condition and they will be happy to share guidelines for what they mean by “rent ready.” This could include anything from miscellaneous handyman items, fresh paint on the walls, carpeting and a thorough, professional cleaning of the entire property - including … [Continue reading...]
As we head into winter, there are some fall and winter maintenance items to take into consideration. In the Denver metro area we don’t have many instances of blizzards or extreme winter weather, yet we still regularly see snow, ice, and freezing temperatures. Our property management team recommends that you start to prepare now. The purpose of this article is to provide you with the required … [Continue reading...]
There are valid reasons to plan for spring/summer maintenance for your rental property. Preventative maintenance can avoid incurring more expense. When your investment is in tip-top shape, it will attract good tenancy. In addition, providing a safe residence can reduce a property owner's liability. Small repairs, big savings Many items do not require a large expense, but when handled … [Continue reading...]
Water is a necessary element to support life and when it concerns rental property, water usage must be available to tenants. Water can be a force in itself, such as a serious flood or hurricane. Left unchecked in a rental property, water can cause anything from minimal to major havoc and damage. Water problems can affect just about every area of the property, inside and out. Kitchens have … [Continue reading...]
Thinking about fall/winter maintenance needs for your investment before the season hits can often save you money. An extra benefit is that it can help to keep your tenants happy. For example, if you wait until the rains or winds come and the roof leaks, you will be competing with everyone else to have the work done because roofing contractors are at their busiest. This can mean major delays and … [Continue reading...]