Managing a rented apartment does not only mean finding a reliable tenant capable of fulfilling contractual obligations. It also implies establishing a peaceful and lasting relationship, as well as making a commitment to ensure the liveability of the rented property.
The management of rental apartments is a full-time job, which requires time and energy. In addition to the search and selection of the ideal tenant, there are other aspects that should not be underestimated:
Continuity over time. Frequently changing tenants leaving the property vacant, even for short periods, does not favor its profitability.
Maintenance interventions: to ensure the liveability of the property and, consequently, a good relationship with the tenant.
The management of any disputes.
Identification and selection of the tenant through exploratory interviews; financial analysis and retrieval of income documentation / references; drafting and registration of the lease.
Assistance to owner and tenant in all dynamics relating to the lease: minor maintenance, management of repairs and technical interventions, tax assistance, management of bad debts and debt situations, management of condominium expenses and any problems inherent to the condominium.
Management of cleaning, painting and maintenance of the systems in view of the return of the property. Search for the new tenant and management of practices for the takeover of utilities.