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How To Prevent Damages on Your Rental Property

Monday, May 6, 2024   /   by Chelsea Hilderbrand

How To Prevent Damages on Your Rental Property

Sharing a proactive way to prevent pet damage from your tenants.

If you’ve ever had tenants leave your home in a state of disrepair, I know exactly how you feel. In today’s video, I will give you a tour of one of the worst states a rental property has been in after a tenant moved out. In fact, it’s catastrophic. You might have guessed the culprit by now—cats.

Sometimes, the damages left by tenants even make landlords want to quit being a landlord altogether, especially when expenses for repairs cost more than the rent itself. Luckily for you, I’m sharing the secret to motivate your residents to take better care of your property in the most proactive way possible. Feel free to watch the complete video or use the timestamps below to browse through the topics that interest you the most:

0:00 — Introduction

0:05 — What it’s like to be a landlord

0:29 — Overcoming damages by tenants

0:40 — Damages caused by cats

3:14 — Conduct regular inspections

3:42 — Identify problems earlier

4:37 — Check if tenants take care of the unit

5:08 — Wrapping up

5:25 — Contact me

Owning rentals is a great way to earn a steady income. Its cash flow potential is proof that real estate is a worthwhile investment; however, in order to maximize its income-generating potential, landlords have to learn essential landlord tips and tricks in property management to ensure smooth day-to-day operations. To lighten your burden, hiring a professional to manage your property is a good option. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me or connect with us on social media. I look forward to hearing from you!