While hiring professional property management can be a smart choice for any real estate investor, owners of corporate housing units may find these services particularly useful. Given that you’re likely renting month-to-month basis and welcoming new tenants every three months or so, both your tenant placement and move-in/move-out procedures need to be particularly efficient. Meanwhile, you’ll need to provide your corporate tenants with high levels of service throughout their stays, especially when it comes to providing quick resolutions to any maintenance issues. Property management companies have several unique capabilities that can help you achieve these goals, including:1
In short, hiring a professional property manager can go a long way when it comes to bridging the gap between the typical residential rental scenario and the hotel experience that most executives have come to expect when away from home---which will in turn go a long way toward ensuring the success of your business.
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