Are you searching for ways to make more money from your Monterey County rental property in 2019? If so, you’ve come to the right place.
In this article, we will list for you several tips that you can use to generate more money from your rental property next year.
Tip #1 – Consider Allowing Pets
Although some owners are absolutely against allowing pets at the rental properties, the reality is that many renters who own pets are also excellent renters because they know how difficult it can be to find a rental property that allows pets.
This means that when they find a rental property which allows them to have a pet, they are going to work hard to keep the rental property clean, make sure that their pet behaves properly and is not a nuisance to other tenants or neighbors that may live nearby.
Tip #2 – Improve Your Rental Property
Another great way to get more money from your rental property is to make repairs and improvements to your rental property now.
If the thought of making repairs or improvements to your rental property is less than appealing to you, the good news is that you don’t have to do a lot of work to improve on the appeal that your rental property offers tenants.
Start by painting the inside of your rental property then replace cabinet hardware and light fixtures. By doing this you will greatly improve the look of your rental and make a future tenant feel like your property has been cared for over the years instead of them thinking that it’s a property which is outdated.
Tip #3 – Hire A Property Management Company
Last of all, but most important, the best way to make more money from your rental property in 2019 is to hire a professional property management company like 36 North Property Management
A professional property management company will save you the time, money and hassle of having to manage that property yourself and do things like collect the rent, maintain the property or take calls from your tenants.
To learn more about the property management services that we can offer you contact us today by calling (831) 484-4604 or click here to connect with us online.