San Francisco Property Assessments for a Better Rental Experience
To do that, we need to make sure your property is ready for the rental market. Our experienced property managers will conduct a thorough and detailed property assessment before we even list your property or begin marketing it to prospective tenants.
We understand the needs and demands of the local tenant pool. Our initial assessment will help you rent your San Francisco property faster and for the most money.
Making the Necessary Rental Property Repairs
You don’t want to rent out a property that still needs work. It will result in immediate tenant complaints and an ongoing list of repairs that require maintenance after your resident has already moved into the unit. This is more expensive for you in the long term.
We are thorough and we document everything. We’ll look for outlets that don’t provide electricity and light bulbs that have burned out. We’ll make sure the communal areas and landscaping around your building are attractive and inviting. We check every sink for leaks and we turn on every appliance.
We’ll go further than ensuring everything in the property is functional and working. We may also recommend upgrades and updates that will get your property rented quicker and for more money. This is part of our property assessment because we value the owners who are willing to invest in their investments. You don’t want to be the vacant property that no one will rent just because you didn’t spend a couple of hundred dollars replacing an appliance.
At Gordon Property Management, we make sure your property is modern, attractive, and functional. We create a space that good tenants can imagine moving right into. This saves you money and time, and delivers a better renter and a higher rental income.
Preparing San Francisco rental properties and surrounding areas of the city.
San Francisco Vendors and High-Quality Turnovers
At Gordon Property Management, we always work with the best vendors in the city. We employ licensed, insured contractors who we can trust. Working with discount or unlicensed workers will only open you up to liability and put you and your investment at risk. We won’t do it. You can trust our team to deliver fast, high-quality, and cost-effective work before your property is listed on the rental market.
After our property assessment, we’ll be able to turn your property around within a short amount of time to ensure it’s ready to dazzle the potential renters looking for a new home. Our vendors are reliable and smart. They stand behind their work and they get it right the first time.
Count on our preferred vendor relationships to take care of everything your San Francisco rental property needs, including:
- Painting and cleaning your rental property.
- Plumbing work, including leak detection and repair.
- Electrical work and wiring.
- Landscaping and lawn care
- Installation of flooring, appliances, counters, and cabinets.
And so much more.
Many owners are too quick to put their properties on the rental market. We are deliberate and intentional, creating just the type of home that great tenants will want to rent.
Making Sure Your Rental Property Shows Well
Aesthetics are important, too. We conduct our property assessments with thoughts of what it will be like to show the property. We look at everything through the eyes of prospective tenants, who will not rent a home that’s dirty, worn, or run-down. We don’t want to promise tenants that things will be fixed before they move in. We fix them first.
All of this creates a more productive showing and leasing process. It’s why you hire San Francisco property management professionals like the team at Gordon Property Management.
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