FAQ & Info for Landlords

How to find good tenants

Having professional photos, including a video or virtual tour of your rental property is crucial for making a strong first impression on potential tenants. It’s worth investing in a photographer to capture both the interior and exterior of your property, as well as the surrounding area, such as the street and neighborhood.

Your property description should be concise yet informative, highlighting the main amenities and features. It should also include a brief overview of the neighborhood.

Price your rental property appropriately by comparing it to similar properties in terms of size, location, and amenities.

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Create a comprehensive rental application that includes questions about employment, income, rental history, and references. Use this information to screen applicants and verify their details.

Schedule either online or in-person meetings with potential tenants to get a sense of their personality and whether they would be a good fit for you and your property.

Clearly outline the terms of the lease, including rent, security deposit, and any rules or regulations. Make sure the tenant understands and agrees to these terms before signing the lease. Consider drafting a rental contract with a licensee that includes a legal policy to protect your assets.

Maintain open lines of communication with your tenant and address any concerns or issues promptly.

Regularly inspect the property so that you can promptly address any maintenance or repair issues. This proactive approach will help keep your tenant happy and reduce the likelihood of problems down the road.

Treat your tenant with respect and fairness. This will help foster a positive relationship and encourage them to take good care of your property.

If you don’t have the time or expertise to manage your rental property, consider hiring a property manager. They can handle everything from finding tenants to collecting rent and handling maintenance issues.

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