When it comes to property management, my job really comes down to two things: protecting your home and putting money in your account.
This is why we require all tenants to fill out the Property Condition form within 10 days of their move-in date. Unless they complete that form, the property cannot be properly addressed each month.
If the tenant sees anything that isn’t working or is damaged when they move in, we ask them to make note of it on this form. This way, we have a record of the property’s condition at the time they moved in.
Having tenants sign this form is a huge part of how we protect your property. Not only do we require tenants to fill out this form, we also require our property managers to walk through the form with the tenants. The Property Condition form becomes a guide for us during the tenant’s time at your property.
“The Property Condition form becomes a guide for us during the tenant’s time at your property.”
In other words, if the tenant damages something on your property after moving in and filling out the form, we already have a record of your property’s condition proving the damage was not preexisting. Any damage that occurs on your property after the form is completed will be repaired at the tenant’s expense.
If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.