Learn the 10 best practices for minimizing tenant turn time at your single-family rental properties. From scheduling inspections to conducting maintenance checks, these tips will help you streamline the process and maximize rental income.
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Jason Myers is Vice President of Business Development at MCS where he is responsible for new client acquisition, growth of new products with existing clients, sales strategy, and developing emerging markets. Jason has an extensive background in sales, strategy, and marketing including leadership positions in large and small businesses.
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Watch our latest video featuring Jason Myers as he talks through single-family rental property inspections that are critical to ensuring that your property is up to code, made livable for occupancy, maintained along the way, and refreshed between tenants to maximize your investment.
When a tenant vacates your single-family rental (SFR) property, there’s likely an extensive punch list that should be completed before your next tenant can move in—and the clock is ticking. These eight SFR tenant turn best practices can help ensure the home is in order when your new occupant arrives.