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Our professional team at Grand Rapids conducts semi-annual inspections, sometimes with the help of a qualified home inspector. This person has been trained to quickly and effectively notice issues that have the potential to escalate in the near future. When you take the time to care about your property by conducting regular inspections, your tenants will do the same in return.

Inspections and/or reviews should happen on a regular schedule that both you and the tenants know. The first review should happen with the new tenant present during move-in week. Together, document existing damage to the home, taking pictures as you go, and write down any maintenance that needs to be performed.

After a tenant has moved in, inspections and/or reviews should happen at least semi-annually for the duration of the tenant’s stay. This is where Real Property Management Investment Solutions works to ensure lease compliance, check for new damage to the home, and check for any needed maintenance.

Finally, when the tenant is moving out, both tenant and property manager should take a final walk-through of the home and note the condition. Supporting photographs should be taken as evidence, and any and all notes are uploaded to the owner’s online portal as a means to keep transparency in our communication.

The reasons behind regular property reviews and inspections is threefold:

  1. Protect your property by being proactive about maintenance issues.
  2. Keep tenants happy (and hopefully extend the length of their stay).
  3. Protect yourself from costly repairs, excess damage to the property, and any health hazard issues that could turn into legal issues.

For help with routine home reviews or inspections, contact your leading Real Property Management Investment Solutions today!

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