1. Consider purchasing a home warranty. Companies like Fidelity will provide a home warranty, that covers anything from everyday wear and tear, to kitchen appliances, and HVAC systems. A lot of homeowners can be nervous to rent out their investment property, because of the risk of any damage to it or anything in the home. This covers that and will put your mind at ease.

 

  1. Choose a property manager you can trust, like us! If you trust and can have a good relationship with your property manager, renting out your investment property becomes a breeze. With open communication, you can and should be able to get the most out of your renting experience and being able to trust that your investment and assets are in good hands is the best way to possibly get any peace of mind!

 

  1. Don’t be afraid to take risks. Trust that your tenants will paint the walls a good color (with permission, and if you don’t like it, it can change back) and that they’ll take good care of it. The good part is, this isn’t too much a jump, purely because we as your property management company personally vet each application, making sure that the best possible tenant is allowed to rent your unit.
Posted by: rentcoloradohomes on May 22, 2018
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