From marketing to maintenance, your job as Landlord/Property Manager can be overwhelming at times. If you feel like you have too much on your plate, here are some tips to get you through all your responsibilities and ease your worries.
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As a Landlord/Property Manager, you’ll probably, at some point, come across a tenant who’s behind on paying rent. There are several ways you can go about this to avoid any conflict as well as to follow proper legal solutions.
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When screening a prospective tenant and you feel they’re not a good fit, a Property Manager/Landlord must check with the state discrimination law to check if their reasons may be considered unlawful. It’s always important to review state legislature to avoid issues such as a lawsuit.
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Once you’ve got a great property in your hands, the work doesn’t end. It’s important not only to add value to it, but to maintain that value for effective maximisation. This will require commitment and attention to particular details.
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A landlord or property manager may include professional carpet cleaning as a special term in a tenancy agreement regarding carpet maintenance upon a tenant’s vacancy. However, the landlord/property manager is under no obligation, by law, to provide such a service. Also by state law, the tenants’ obligations towards the property are defined “as far as possible, in the same condition they were in at the start of the tenancy, fair wear and tear excepted.”
Painting is a necessity for any landlord. A fresh coat of paint boosts a property’s appeal, while some areas will need maintenance. Hiring a professional to do simple paint jobs may be the easiest solution, but taking on the task yourself could save you a considerable amount of money.
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Furnished rentals may be more costly, but there are a few pros to them. The idea of “furnished’ can be completely up to you as Landlord/Property Manager. Some rentals will only have kitchen appliances or living room furniture,while others will have additional decor. Either way, when setting up your property, here are a few things to consider.
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When a tenant is about to move in, a Landlord/Property Manager will need to provide keys to access the property. Section 210 of the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation (RTRA) Act can tell you which keys your tenant will need. Section 210 also outlines that the lessor must supply and maintain the locks that are necessary to ensure the premises are reasonably secure.
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