Here we are, embracing the busy time. Most tenants are moving now or in the next month so they can be settled and in place before the summer ends. Our newsletters during this period have looked at the leasing process, specifically:
- Expectations at lease end
- Turning over your property to rent again
- Quickly finding new tenants
Right now, we’re shining a bright hot light on the turnover process. You won’t need to worry about finding vendors or showing the property. We’re going to both limit your vacancy time and use those days to our best advantage. Here’s how.
It’s time for updates and upgrades
With COVID high on everyone’s list of concerns over the last year, we’ve only made the repairs that were necessary. Our goal has been to limit exposure and risk for our team, your tenants, and the vendors we work with. Now that your home is empty, it’s the perfect time to make all those small repairs that we put off while a tenant was in place. Think new paint, updated floors, maybe replacing those old and worn appliances.
All of this will be discussed with you before you do anything, and we invite you to contact us if you want to make an investment in cost-effective renovations. Just a few small upgrades can bring in more rent and attract better tenants.
Cleaning and making your investment home rent-ready
We work quickly because vacancies stall cash flow. Our preferred maintenance crews and vendors get to the property right away, making it rent-ready so we can market and show the home to new potential tenants. You won’t have to worry about a long vacancy period. With Sienna Properties doing what we do best, you’ll have a well-qualified tenant in place again quickly.
Do you know someone planning to rent out a home? Refer them to us, and we’ll find a fun way to say thank you.