In a previous post, we discussed three good ways to spruce up your rental home or apartment. Here we go again! This time, our experts have three different great ideas to make your rental property stand out from the competition!
Number one, tile that entryway!
After you have replaced your entry door and perhaps its hardware, what about tiling the entryway floor? It is the next thing the hopeful renters will see when they enter the space, and especially now, with Spring on its way and with rain and mud on everyones feet, consider tiling at least a small area in the entry. It helps the rental flooring by giving visitors a “staging area” for leaving wet or muddy shoes or boots. In addition, adding some decorative tile will add tons of character to your rental, character that other rentals lack. This, in turn, will make your property stand apart …
The tenant/landlord relationship can be tricky to navigate, especially if you are new to renting. Every situation is different and every landlord is different as well. It’s extremely important to maintain a good relationship with your landlord for many reasons. Your landlord dictates any repairs or renovations that your home or apartment needs. They also determine whether or not to extend your lease. Needless to say, you should consider your relationship with your landlord an important one. But where do you draw the line? Can you be friends with your landlord? Is it appropriate to give them gifts? How much should you disclose to them? As a property management company, we are here to help you with those questions and more.
Consider Your Distance
Some property owners live in the same city, or even right next door to the space that they manage. Some even live in the same building …
Well, it looks like Spring is finally making an appearance here and people are finally going outside and moving around. They will be looking for homes and apartments to rent. The last time you updated your rental property was when? Use these three tips for easy cost-effective updates that will bring you a great return!
One: Install a new outside door
The first thing a potential renter will see about your property is the front door. The first impression will not be great if the door looks old and worn out. To change the front door is easy, inexpensive, and a great way to make your property more appealing to renters. Also, you can easily replace the door hardware if it is worn out. Remember, the color and style that you choose will say volumes about what is inside. Choose the right color and hardware and your rental will really …
We thought it would never come, and maybe it still won’t, but we are hoping that Spring will eventually arrive. When it does, we want you to be ready to garden!
What grows in Coeur d’Alene anyway?
Well, according to the USDA, Coeur d’Alene is zone 6. This means that we can grow plants that can stand temperatures down to -10 or so. With that in mind, what does that really mean?
Start plants indoors!
There are some types of hardy vegetables that can stand up to the uncertain weather that we all know as Spring. Among these are, spinach, peas, lettuce, and the cauliflower family. Tomatoes and peppers love hot days and warm nights, and really need to be started inside where the temperature is more moderate and there is no threat of freezing. You can start them either by seed or by seedling. Usually, these can be purchased …
Just in case Spring does arrive, we want you to be ready. That means you had probably better think about Spring cleaning your home. You have kept up with the vacuuming and dusting. You have done laundry every Monday. Good for you! Now it is time to clean that living room!
Your living room
All Winter, you have been living in your living room. You have been keeping warm by the wood stove or fireplace. Or, you have been watching the snow from there. You have spent hours and hours wishing you were outside. Playing golf, planting the garden, taking a sunbath. Whatever you have been longing for or dreaming about, you have probably been doing it in the living room. Therefore, it is time for you to clean that most-used area. First, those curtains!
Clean your curtains!
While we don’t know how you see your curtains, we don’t think …