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3 Ways to Upgrade the Bedrooms in Your Rental Units

It is essential to keep the bedrooms in your rental units updated if you want to attract tenants. Bedrooms are as important as living rooms or kitchens, and they should feel inviting. When giving tours of empty apartments, the goal is to enable potential renters to picture themselves living there. However, it is hard to imagine how to make a blank canvas stand out. As a property manager, you may be wondering what remodeling tasks you should focus on. There is no one way to upgrade the bedrooms in your rental units, but these ideas should give you a starting point.

3 Ways to Upgrade the Bedrooms in Your Rental Units

1.      Replace Old Carpet

Perhaps you’ve upgraded the kitchen floors in your units with hardwood, but the bedrooms still have carpet installed. Many property owners make the mistake of spending all of their budget on one area. As a result, the other rooms end up being somewhat of a disappointment for tenants. You shouldn’t put off this renovation for too long, especially if the carpets are old and musty-smelling. If you allow pets in your units, this should really be a top priority. Installing hardwood flooring in every room will give your property a sense of consistency and modernity. In addition, hardwood doesn’t retain odors.

2.      Install a Ceiling Fan

Most bedrooms in your rental units probably have the same old flush mount lighting fixtures installed. While there is nothing wrong with standard fixtures, especially if you need to reduce costs, this is an area you should strive to improve. You can increase the value of your rental property and make it more appealing to tenants by adding a ceiling fan. The sound of a fan blowing is comforting to some people, and these create a soft breeze in warmer weather. A memorable feature like this can leave a lasting impression.

3.      Increase Storage Space

Storage is a major area of concern for potential tenants. To add storage in the bedrooms in your rental units, you may have to get creative. Luckily, however, there are plenty of options available. You can build shelves in existing bedroom closets, install behind-the-door organizers over bedroom doors, and transform vacant nooks or crawl spaces into a closet. If space is extremely tight, consider placing a garment rack or armoire in the room for your tenants. You will find your tenants appreciate small, thoughtful touches, whatever they are. Offering additional storage space is a sure-fire way to impress renters.

How All County Denver Metro Can Help

At All County Denver Metro, we understand that being a great landlord isn’t always easy. Luckily, when it comes to resolving challenges for landlords, we’re experts. All County Denver Metro Property Management is here to help property owners have confidence in the quality of their tenants and the security of their property through knowledgeable and trustworthy property management services. From managing tenant relationships to pricing rent to lease enforcement, we look forward to working with you to see how your investment can be a long-term, stress-free asset. For a complimentary quote or more information about upgrading the bedrooms in your rental units, call us today at (720) 575-6100.

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