How not to stumble when renting a property?

A significant part of investors are really reluctant to turn to specialists for help in real estate management, believing that they can cope with emerging tasks on their own while saving their money. By the way, usually it happens! That is why the cases when the situation in the blink of an eye is complicated to the limit, these people are very surprised.

It is not a surprise that one of the first difficulties is the legislative regulation, or the rules by which they play on the real estate market in a given country. It is also obvious that if a person with legal support for “You”, countless subtleties and constantly changing norms, which differ from country to country, are completely incomprehensible. This is one of the main reasons for hiring lawyers, especially when investing in overseas property.

Sometimes it is difficult to find a tenant, sometimes vice versa - there are very many people who want it. If in the first case it is worth working on advertising, price, searching for clients in the right places, then in the second case there is a problem of choice. Those who donated or rented, for example, are familiar with this, for example, an apartment in Berlin and saw “castings” arranged by the owners. What for? To look at potential tenants and choose the most trustworthy, in their opinion. Of course, everyone has their own idea of ​​reliability and decency. It must be admitted that most of us will unwittingly rely on intuitive sensations, under which prejudices are often hidden, and on fragmentary information.

Specialists exist in this area. They are engaged in so-called. “Screening” - they check potential tenants using information sources available to them, sometimes more than ordinary citizens. In any case, they have proven criteria for an objective assessment, allowing to make the same choice. This is especially important when renting large objects or concluding long-term contracts.

Another difficult problem concerns interaction with tenants. Much depends on your personal qualities, abilities to establish and maintain contact. First, success in finding customers depends on this, and second, the outcome of many potentially unpleasant and difficult situations depends on it. For example, gross violations of the terms of the lease, the lack of regular payments or fraud. There are situations that are difficult to avoid - for example, a certain person has applied for renting your apartment or house, planning and setting it in advance to sue for discrimination in case of refusal.

In such cases, professional managers act as intermediaries between the owner and the tenant. This removes any dependence on personal qualities, experience and knowledge - because you no longer need to communicate directly, and for someone it is really important. This simplifies the resolution of conflicts related to payment - suppose that the client does not pay the rent, motivating it with a difficult financial situation. Of course, no one wants to get into such a situation, especially if the well-being of the owner himself depends on rent, and the client’s problems are not made up. However, if you see no other option than to act according to predetermined rules, this will be the burden of the hired manager.

All the "turnover" associated with real estate, there is always and will accompany you. Technical, sanitary, fire service and minor repairs not only require constant monitoring, but can also cause great inconvenience if something is suddenly forgotten. Property managers do not only keep this area under control, but often have contacts and access to cheaper maintenance services.

Owning commercial real estate, do not be lazy and do not be afraid to independently understand this "kitchen", managing the process and making key decisions. Just take into account the fact that somewhere you should consult with professionals, and somewhere you can hire them to solve problems or problems.

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