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Professional Rental Photos

$499 Get professional photos!

Enhance your listings with high-quality photos and detailed reports. Ideal for landlords needing comprehensive move-in documentation.

  • On-site Property Valuation Includes Amenities, Site Influences, and a Features Checklist.
  • 24 Professional High-Resolution Property Photographs Showcasing Resident Lifestyle.
  • Owner Verification for Peace of Mind.
  • Craigslist and Facebook Templates and Proven Tenant Finding Guidelines
  • Detailed Move-In Inspection Checklist

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Keep your privacy and outsource the hassle of property showings. Perfect for owners who prefer anonymity.

  • We ensure peace of mind through rigorous owner verification
  • Posting professional listings on Craigslist and Facebook
  • We filter calls before scheduling appointments for you
  • Proven Tenant-Finding Guidelines
  • Until you find the Tenant

Tenant Screening + Onboarding

$299 Screen your tenants now!

Ensure reliable tenants with our thorough screening services. Essential for maintaining the quality of your rentals.

  • Credit reports are available for an additional $20 each after the first four
  • Our background checks include employment verification
  • Receive a final report with a summary for references
  • We provide a lease contract (PAMA version)
  • An onboarding tenant template to streamline the process

8 Essential Steps for Right Tenant Selection "Start Right, End Right"

"Finding the right tenant is crucial for the success of any rental property investment. The process can be daunting, but by following these eight essential steps, property owners can streamline their operations and ensure that they select a tenant who is reliable and responsible. This guide will walk you through everything from property valuation to securing a lease contract, helping you "Start Right, End Right". Jimmy ng

Right Tenant Selection Process

Selecting the right tenant begins with a structured process. It's not just about finding someone who can pay the rent; it’s about finding a reliable individual who will take care of the property and comply with all the terms of the lease. This involves several critical steps:
  
Advertising the property: Use professional property photography and lifestyle showcasing to attract potential tenants. 

Screening inquiries: Conduct preliminary screenings via phone or email to assess the suitability of potential tenants before arranging viewings. 

Face-to-face interviews: Meet potential tenants in person to gauge their reliability and compatibility with the property’s requirements.

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Covers all basic services minus the property manager's involvement in showings. 

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From showings to key handover, a full-service package ensuring complete management and peace of mind.

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On-Site Property Valuation Tips

Valuating a property accurately is essential for setting competitive yet profitable rental prices. Include amenities and site influences in your valuation:  

Assess property condition:
Evaluate the interior and exterior conditions of the property.

Check community amenities: Consider factors like local schools, parks, transport links, and neighborhood safety.

Understand market trends: Compare your property with similar properties in the area to determine a competitive rental price. 

Property Features Checklist

Before listing the property, compile a comprehensive checklist of its features. This checklist should include:



Advertising the property: Use professional property photography and lifestyle showcasing to attract potential tenants.


Screening inquiries: Conduct preliminary screenings via phone or email to assess the suitability of potential tenants before arranging viewings.


Face-to-face interviews: Meet potential tenants in person to gauge their reliability and compatibility with the property’s requirements. 

Professional Property Photography Services

High-quality photographs are essential to attract the right tenants. Consider hiring a professional property photographer who can: 

Highlight key features: Focus on unique aspects of your property that will appeal to tenants.

Showcase lifestyle elements: Capture images that reflect the lifestyle potential tenants could enjoy if they decide to rent your property.

Provide virtual tours: Offer a 360-degree tour of the property to reach long-distance tenants.

Lifestyle Showcasing in Real Estate

Showcasing the lifestyle a tenant could enjoy while living in your property is a crucial selling point. This can include:


Community engagement: Highlight local community events, clubs, or gatherings.


Local amenities: Detail the accessibility to shops, restaurants, gyms, parks, and public transport.

Visual storytelling: Use images and videos to create a narrative about the life tenants can expect.

Owner Verification Services

To build trust with potential tenants, provide transparency about ownership:


Proof of ownership: Show legal documents that prove you are the rightful owner of the property. 

Transparent communication: Be open about your expectations and how you manage the property. 

Security assurances: Assure tenants that their security and privacy are a priority.

Comprehensive Tenant Reference Checks

A thorough screening process is non-negotiable. This should include:

Credit checks: Assess the financial reliability of potential tenants.

Employment verification: Confirm stability and sufficient income to cover rent.

Previous landlord references: Inquire about tenant behavior, payment history, and overall tenancy conduct.

Employment and Credit Check for Tenants

Conducting detailed employment and credit checks can prevent future financial disputes by ensuring tenants have a stable income and a history of financial responsibility. This involves:


Verification of employment status:
Contact employers to verify job and salary details.

Credit history analysis: Review credit scores and history to gauge financial stability and reliability.

Outlining Tenant Responsibilities and Rules

Clearly defined rules and responsibilities help prevent misunderstandings and ensure that tenants know what is expected of them. These should include:

Maintenance expectations: Specify what maintenance tasks are the tenant's responsibility.

Property rules: Outline rules regarding pets, smoking, noise, and visitor policies.

Lease terms: Clearly state lease duration, payment terms, and other conditions.

Secure Lease Contracts for Property Owners

A well-drafted lease agreement is fundamental to protect both the landlord and the tenant. Make sure the lease includes:

Specific terms: Clearly defined terms regarding rent, deposit, lease duration, and termination clauses.

Legal provisions: Include clauses that comply with local real estate laws and regulations.

Conflict resolution methods: Outline steps for addressing disputes or complaints.

Tenant Move-In Orientation Guide

An effective move-in orientation can ease the tenant's transition into their new home and reduce future issues. This guide should cover:


Property overview: Familiarize the tenant with the property and its features.


Important contacts: Provide contact information for emergency services, property management, etc.

Community information: Introduce them to the neighborhood and available amenities.

Effective Communication in Tenant Management

Maintain open lines of communication with your tenants to foster a positive relationship. This includes:


Regular updates: Keep tenants informed about any changes in property management or policy.

Accessibility: Ensure tenants know how to reach you in case of an emergency or for general inquiries.

Feedback opportunities: Encourage tenants to share their experiences and suggestions for improvements.

Detailed Move-In Inspection Checklist

A thorough move-in inspection is vital to avoid disputes over property condition at the end of the tenancy. The checklist should include:


Room-by-room review: Document the condition of each room and any furnishings provided.

Utility check: Ensure all utilities are working correctly.

Signed agreement: Both tenant and landlord should sign off on the checklist to acknowledge the condition of the property at move-in.

Avoiding Future Disputes in Property Management

Proactively managing potential disputes can save time and legal complications down the road. Strategies include:


Document everything: Keep detailed records of all communications, agreements, and transactions.

Regular inspections: Conduct periodic inspections of the property (with prior notice) to ensure it is well-maintained.

Prompt addressing of issues: Deal with any issues or complaints swiftly and fairly.

Conclusion

Selecting the right tenant is a cornerstone of successful property management. By following these eight essential steps, landlords can ensure that their properties are not only well-maintained but also generate stable rental income. Remember, a good start leads to a good ending, so take the time to implement each step thoroughly for optimal results.