Retaining good tenants in your property can be more challenging than finding reliable tenants in the first place. Continuing with the same people in your properties is hugely beneficial for you as either a landlord or a property manager, as it prevents void periods where the property is empty and receiving no rental income. It also reduces the amount of time and paperwork dedicated to each property, due to the fact that the current tenants do not need to be continuously regulated and checked in the same way new tenants require.
Here are some pointers to help keep your tenants happy and encourage them to stay in your property. Read more.
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Los Angeles Property Management Blog
How to Keep Good Tenants
Dean Sherry - Thursday, October 24, 2013
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