As a landlord, your two major concerns are finding great tenants and keeping them. So, how do you do that? It isn’t always an easy task, especially if you don’t have a clear idea of what it is you’re looking for. You need to have a vision. Is your main focus rather straightforward in that you want responsible tenants who pay on time? Or are you trying to attract renters in a certain income bracket who may be more enticed by luxurious amenities? If you have complete knowledge of what it is you’re selling and who you are trying to sell it to, you have the tools needed to attract the ideal tenant.
In order to protect your property and ensure the safety of all your occupants, it is wise to screen new tenants carefully before allowing them to rent a unit. It isn’t always enough to go through the standard check-off list, either: after one bad experience, you will realize it is worth the time and effort to conduct a thorough tenant screening each and every time. You want to rent to those who are trustworthy and dependable so you can count on their rent payments and know they will be respectful of everyone in the building. Without a doubt, this will save you plenty of headaches later. At All County Denver Metro, we realize how tricky it can be to find responsible tenants, which is why we have provided a few tips to help you in the screening process.