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Tuesday, 25 March 2014 18:35

Effective Communication with Landlords in Los Angeles Property Management

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There are a lot of issues which may arise during the tenancy in Los Angeles property management. Whether the rental is handled by a landlord or a property manager, it is important for tenants to know how to communicate well. An effective Los Angeles property management company listens and anticipates the needs of its renters, but there are times when a tenant needs to report a certain issue. Here are some ways to promote good communication:

There are a lot of issues which may arise during the tenancy in Los Angeles property management. Whether the rental is handled by a landlord or a property manager, it is important for tenants to know how to communicate well. An effective Los Angeles property management company listens and anticipates the needs of its renters, but there are times when a tenant needs to report a certain issue. Here are some ways to promote good communication:

Issues such as a maintenance problem, pest infestation, or wayward neighbor can be reported to the landlord for a solution. For prompt attention, the tenant can politely send a message directly or through the property management company. Nowadays, these may be through a phone call, a text message, or through an email. Can you expect a response within the day? Is it possible to reach him/her  anytime? A landlord may have a preferred procedure in these cases, try to read the lease carefully to know what to do when a problem arises. Better yet, a written request or complaint gives strength to the message. Of course, the letter should contain all the necessary details which need to be addressed. Impolite words are unnecessary, and may otherwise worsen the problem so avoid using them as much as possible. Stay firm and be straightforward, but carefully choose words. With proper communication, all problems will end well. 

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