Web Admin – Thursday, August 15, 2013
Most property owners want to know how to find a tenant for their properties. The tenant you want to find is one who is qualified, who will take good care of the property and who will pay the rent on time. It’s very important that you find a tenant who is stable during the lease period.
Finding you a tenant means putting our best effort into the marketing of your property. Whatever property management company you are considering or looking for, make sure you know they are going to put a lot of effort into marketing. Find out what their marketing plan is and what kind of experience they have. At Sentinel Management Group, marketing is our specialty. It’s part of our expertise, and we are proud of the way we present our owner’s properties on the market. We have marketing degrees, and even when you compare us to companies that have sole purpose of finding tenants, we are at the forefront of our competition. We know how to structure your ad and present your property well by using several different and successful marketing strategies.
Our first priority is to stay within the requirements of fair housing laws. This feels like second nature to us by now. We know that certain words or phrases are tricky because we don’t want to be misunderstood or say anything in our advertising that can be construed as discrimination. Understanding the limitations and requirements of fair housing laws is absolutely essential. We know how to advertise your property in a way that Find Tenant Salt Lake City Property Managers legal and also complementary to what you have to offer. When we are marketing your property in the hopes of finding you a tenant, we are putting your property in the best possible light.
This is one of the exciting parts of our job. We enjoy putting your property out there on the market and attracting a great group of qualified tenants. There is a tenant out there for every property. With 27 years of property management experience, we have found that we can always place a tenant with a property that is a good match. Usually, we are able to get a place rented and a tenant moved in within 30 to 45 days of its vacancy. If you are marketing your own property and you are not getting a response within a week or two, I would say you might want to restructure or improve your advertising.
If you have any questions or you need any help in finding a tenant or marketing your property, please contact us at Sentinel Management Group. We look forward to talking to you.