As the temperatures start to drop, one of the most important things that you can do as a landlord is to ensure that your investment property is ready for the winter season. Take a look at this infographic to see what you and your tenants can do to ensure a happy, cheerful, and comfortable winter. By using these tips, you may be able to avoid high-cost repairs and stressful situations throughout the holidays.
By making sure that communication and cooperation are a part of your relationship with your tenants, you improve your chances of having long-term tenants who care for your property like it’s their own. Make sure to be clear about what you expect them to do, and offer advice if they ask for it. For more information, view the original post.
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