Growing your property management business improves your income. However, finding new customers can be a challenge. In this article, we break down how to find customers and grow your business.
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Property owners are trusting you with their hard-earned money. As a property manager, your managing your customers' valuable asset. Real estate is an expensive purchase and they trust you to maintain their property well while it gives both them and you some income. How can you go about being a good property manager? Before we answer that, let's talk about what's in it for you.
Your investment property is important to you. You want to ensure that you find a tenant who treats the house well and is also current with their rent payments. In other words, you want to pick someone you can trust to keep their end of the deal. This is where tenant screening comes in. While there's no guarantee, screening gives you a good picture of who you are considering. In real estate, the saying goes 'location, location, location'. In rental properties, our saying is 'screen, screen, screen'. If you don't 'screen', you may end up with 'scream' to deal with messy tenants. Let's face it, it's not easy to deal with difficult tenants and eviction costs time, money and effort - it's a headache you want to avoid.
Property management is a great way to add another revenue stream. Or, you could decide to do this full-time and manage several hundred or thousands of units. How to get started? Let's look at all the expectations of a property manager. What duties does a property manager need to perform and how can you prepare yourself for the job.
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