Property vacancy can lead to financial loss. Understanding how to quickly fill vacant properties helps to maintain a steady flow of income and helps with property maintenance. Listed in this article are some ways that a Raleigh property management company can get you started on the right path.
From the front curb to the back and all throughout the unit, your property should be “rent-ready.” Real Property Management Excellence knows that showing a partially ready property can lengthen the vacancy period. So, prior to advertising or showing a rental property, we ensure that all the necessary cleaning and repairs are done first.
Excellent curb appeal entices prospective residents to go and see the inside portion of the house. If the outside is not presented well, though, your potential tenants may simply leave before going inside. As such, from the curb of your unit honestly evaluate what you see. Based on this, ask yourself whether you would want to live in this property. A good Raleigh property management company will ensure that yard work and needed repairs to the exterior are done to ensure good curb appeal.
Safety and Security
In preparing for a new tenant, prioritize safety. Re-keying after a tenant moves out must be part of the standard policy for your property. Aside from that, the functionality of smoke, radon, and carbon monoxide detectors should be checked. A good Raleigh property management company will ensure that all necessary regulations are followed to promote safety and security.
Complete all repairs and remodeling before you show the unit and never forget to clean up after. Real Property Management Excellence will make certain that your property has professional cleaning done, making it ready to be moved into. After this, we will also verify that all your appliances and other equipment are working properly. Then, we will conduct a comprehensive property review in order for you to have peace of mind knowing your property will be vacant in the least time possible, thus saving you time, headache, and loss of income.
Would you like to learn more about how to reduce vacancy periods? Please contact us online, or call us at (919) 827-1107 for more information.
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