When you first buy a rental property or an existing tenant moves out, you’ll need to get the unit “rent ready” to welcome your next tenant. The first impression of the tenant is important – you want them to know they have a landlord who cares. By getting the property rent ready for each tenant you will set a good precedent with your client and encourage them to follow your lead in caring for their new home.
Continue reading “3 Steps to Get Your Rental Property to be Rent Ready” on my blog at BiggerPockets to find out more about the 3 steps you’ll want to take to make sure your unit is “rent ready”.
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