The Low-Down on Renting and Leasing
In This Chapter
• Marketing properties and finding quality tenants
• Interviewing prospects and perhaps rejecting them
• Understanding leases
• Collecting rents and evicting tenants
Every property manager wants good tenants. Good tenants pay their rent on time, don’t break leases, keep the property clean and maintained, notify the landlord about all problems—including repairs that need to be taken care of—and leave the property in good condition when they leave.
There are plenty of good potential commercial and residential tenants and, if screening applicants is one of your responsibilities, it will be up to you to weed out the good from the bad. This chapter will show you how to find good tenants using ...