Communication, to be effective, must flow in more than one direction. As your Santa Rosa property managers, we work hard to be responsive, available, and accessible to our owners and tenants. Whether you have a question about an invoice or your tenant needs immediate maintenance help – we’re here.
Retaining good tenants is an important part of maintaining your investment, collecting consistent rental income, and maximizing your ROI. Vacancy costs are expensive, and turnover costs are even more expensive. When your Santa Rosa rental property is unoccupied, you’re also stuck paying for things like utilities, maintenance, cleaning, and marketing.
You can be an experienced investor and still make the mistakes that are easy to make when it comes to Santa Rosa rental properties. New investors are in danger of pitfalls, too, and it can be demoralizing to run into problems when you’re just getting started.
It’s time consuming and frustrating to respond to issues like dripping faucets, rotting grout, door seals that aren’t sealed and rust around the water tank. However, those routine home maintenance issues are needed if you want to effectively protect the condition of your Santa Rosa rental property.