With the rise of Airbnb and other renting services a rental property can be a lucrative business, especially if you have a portfolio of properties to manage. However, it is not without tension, as you already know without a doubt. Your tenants have certain rights, and as the owner, it is important to fulfill these requirements in order to stay within the law.
"Providing acceptable standards of living is key"
One of your responsibilities to your tenants is to provide a good level of hygiene and cleanliness throughout the property. Here is a quick checklist for your reference when preparing property for rental purposes:
Mold causes a variety of problems. It can pose a health hazard, especially if your tenant has allergies, asthma, or a weak immune system. Also, mold spreads quickly. Your tenant may not be as loyal as you when it comes to keeping things clean, and may allow mold to spread, exposing you to a more serious problem in the future. Our advice? Address the problem now, before it becomes a big problem.
Before you welcome your tenants into the home, invest in a professional carpet cleaning service to give your floors an intense cleaning. Carpets are famous for storing not only dirt but also mites and fleas.
If someone has previously lived in the house, the appliances, such as the oven, microwave, and washing machine, are likely to be dirty. This isn't terribly healthy for new tenants, so it's important to have them professionally cleaned before they move in.
Professional assistance in preparing your property for rental
Instead of trying the task on your own, it makes sense to hire a professional, who will have the right equipment and cleaning materials to keep the home in immaculate condition for new residents. VZAP in Las Vegas offers a range of cleaning services, specifically designed to get your property ready for rental. To find out more, call us at 702-859-8927.