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Maintenance is in owner’s best interest

January 02, 2012

A safe, clean, appealing haven will always be valued by tenants.

 

This includes all fixtures and fittings being in good condition and in reliable working order.


All lived-in homes suffer from natural ‘wear and tear’ over time and it’s important to critically appraise the condition of your rental property as you would the home you live in.


Your property manager can help you make an inventory or checklist and target items requiring refurbishment and possible replacement.


A rental property must deliver a safe and workable environment for a tenant.


Allowing an investment property to fall into any state of neglect or disrepair is not in the best interest of any landlord.
 

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