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Thursday, 19 September 2013 23:10

Burbank property management companies helping owners

Written by  ClearStone Property Manager
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There are many ways in which Burbank property management companies help landlords and property owners. One thing they do is ensure that your tenants do not wreck the properties. Here are a few tips for the same:

  1. One of the easiest ways of ensuring that your tenants maintain the property is by performing a thorough move-in inspection. And things do not just stop there; it is important to document all the evidence as well. Photographs and written records will show the condition of the property before the move in.
  2. Secondly, move-out inspections must also be carried out. This way; there is no dispute at a later stage as to who made the nail markings on the walls.
  3. It is essential to have the tenants sign all the documents so that he also understands what he is getting into. This is sure to make the tenant is a lot careful regarding the use of the devices, appliances and other things.
  4. It also helps when landlords give a detailed ‘move-out cleaning’ document to tenants to help them understand what is expected of them at the time of moving out.
  5. Regularly scheduled spring cleaning also helps tenants conform to these rules and makes them more proactive about reporting repairs and maintenance issues.

These are a few ways in which tenants can prevent wrecking their rental units and treat them as if they are their own.

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