When it comes to rental units, how do Property Managers determine what constitutes "normal wear and tear"? Both tenants and owners often ask this question. In most cases, there is no easy answer to this question. Most Denver Property Managers agree that the vagueness around this topic makes it difficult to return a tenant's security deposit. Defining "Normal Wear and Tear" in Colorado is the … [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.
As concerns about environmental sustainability continue to grow, communities worldwide are taking proactive measures to address waste management and promote recycling. Denver, Colorado, known for its breathtaking natural landscapes and environmentally conscious residents, has emerged as a pioneer in recycling efforts. Through a combination of robust infrastructure, innovative programs, and active … [Continue reading...]
How to create an electrical, fire safety, and HVAC maintenance checklist for your rental property No. 1 – Electrical Maintenance Checklist Here are the most important electrical considerations for landlords: Make sure outlets are wired properly, have polarity, and are grounded with a tester. Any outlet that is not grounded should be grounded by an electrician. Fuse boxes and … [Continue reading...]
Rental property maintenance costs can quickly spiral out of control, impacting the profitability of your investment. Keeping track of routine maintenance and practicing preventative care is essential to maximizing rental business returns. In addition, it keeps things running efficiently and smoothly, which reduces the stress of surprise repairs. The most common plumbing issues and how to … [Continue reading...]
The best way to reduce maintenance costs and attract and maintain good tenants is to keep your rental property in good condition. Security You can improve the safety of your tenants and your rental property in a number of ways. Door hardware - Install functional deadbolts on all doors, and ensure they close securely. A hollow-core exterior door is not recommended, and long screws … [Continue reading...]
Safety and security: Tenants want to feel safe and secure in their home, just as anyone else. It’s a good idea to inspect your property for possible ways to improve and enhance the safety of the property. Are all locks working properly on each door, screen, and window? Were the locks changed prior to the tenants moving in? Ensure that all points of entry are secure and in good … [Continue reading...]