How to work better with your renters Part 2

Posted : December 11th, 2015 by Eli Ashby

Last week I talked about the 5 steps that help make for a better relationship between you, the landlord, and your tenants. The main point I want to stress, so I’ll mention again, is mutual trust. Trust me, it can go a long way. Just like in any business, mutual respect can prevent future problems and set the tone for an honest, and therefore, prosperous business. Furthermore, not only will your tenants respect you, but they’ll respect the property as well. This can create a long-term relationship with your tenant, which could translate into a long-term lease, a landlords dream come true! Investing in real estate is a great way to prepare for your future, especially having a buy-and-hold property, such as a rental property. However, in order to gain long-term results, you’ll want to start out on a good foot from the beginning. I’ve done a lot of times, and I can tell you, mutual trust between the tenant and the landlord, equals respect for the property and long and happy investment property!

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