Property Maintenance In Denver
- We provide qualified and reasonably priced personnel to properly perform property maintenance in Denver.
- We also closely control and supervise our maintenance work. We know what repairs should cost and how long they should take to complete.
- We protect the value of your investment by helping to maintain your property at current neighborhood standards.
As we all know, we have to “invest in our investments” to keep them profitable! We are here to help maximize your profits while minimizing your expenses, and our Property Management Teams are here to help you facilitate with all the maintenance and upkeep!
On any home, periodic work is necessary to maintain your investment property. Our property maintenance in Denver may also prevent major (and costly) repairs in the future. Do you have a maintenance plan for future years? It is not practical to bury your head in the sand and “hope for the best” when it comes to roofs, paint, carpeting, appliances, fencing, plumbing, electrical, air-conditioning, heating, miscellaneous repairs, and more. We can help you figure out the “living life” of all major items. By doing this periodic work as it needs attention, we can avoid all unnecessary (and major) rehabilitation that may have been. We use this “preventative maintenance” approach to reduce expenses and stress!
Long-Term Maintenance Plan
Long-term property maintenance in Denver is all about getting ourselves prepared for those unexpected maintenance emergencies that will need immediate attention. Sometimes our owners need help budgeting out their expenses so that they can continue to make a profit on their investment home. Do you have a financial plan for your maintenance plan? Have you considered how you would cover expenses in the event of an eviction and loss of rent? What funds and coverage will you need if there is a fire? If a disaster happens, such as high winds, fire, or flooding, how will you sustain the property? Insurance may not cover everything; and we may find this detail out after the fact, when it’s too late. We try to help keep you budgeted for those “in case of an emergency” situations. While we’re here to help, we also want to make sure that you’ve talked with your bank or available financial institutions to look into what financing you should obtain. We also suggest that you establish an emergency fund in an interest bearing account. If something happens, you will have an immediate resource at your fingertips to use as necessary. You do not want to fall victim to the old adage, “fail to plan and plan to fail.” Planning now can help prepare for the unexpected and we are here to help you with your investment property.
Review Property Insurance Yearly
DenverRental.com requires all owners to have an insurance policy on their investment property; we also require that our owners have us named as Additional Insured on this property. We make sure that every insurance policy is renewed every year. While it’s important for our owners to keep their insurance current in order to protect their investment, it’s also important to know that this coverage will continue to protect your home in the long-run. No one wants to find out the coverage has expired or that it is inadequate in times of any unforeseen emergencies.
We strongly suggest that you require your tenants to have renters insurance. This is an inexpensive form of insurance which covers their personal belongings in case of damage due to unforeseen circumstances.
We charge two different types of fees, one for locating and finding a tenant and one for the on going monthly management. If you choose to just have us find you a tenant, while you handle the monthly management, we will still prepare the lease and walk through with the tenant, but then you will be their contact and will collect rent and handle any maintenance or tenant issues that might arise.
- Our management fee is payable when the rent payment is received. It is automatically deducted from your account at the time the rent payment is posted.
- Since one of our jobs is to keep your property occupied, there are no management fees charged as long as your property remains vacant.