Issues with the maintenance of rental units may cause tenants to move. They may be fed up with pest problems, clogged drains or leaky roofs. If you are keen to deal with these issues, you shouldn’t have to deal with such vacancies. If you are not on top of this, ensure you carry out regular maintenance. Also, if issues arise, fix them quickly and this will keep the tenants happy. Additionally, ensure there is a communication line between you and your tenants in case of issues.
- Fallout with Neighbors
A tenant may opt to move if there are issues with other tenants. These may be because of feeling unsafe around some tenants, noise complaints or endless rows with an individual. To retain such a tenant, you could initiate a quiet hour policy and any tenant who violates it faces eviction. You could also screen tenants to ensure mostly quality tenants move in.
All landlords value good tenants and will act to try and keep them. With those steps, you need not lose quality tenants anymore. If you are looking to have your property managed, look no further. At lapmg, we offer property management services and leave you to other pursuits. Check us out here.