Residential Rental Renovation
Just because a house is for rent does not mean the landlord should ignore renovation when seeking a new tenant. Here are the must-dos:
- Fresh Paint and touch-ups (nail holes and wall repairs).
- Update worn countertops (go for hard surface like quartz or natural stone).
- Flooring – nothing deters a renter like dirty, stained carpet.
- Update worn or outdated fixtures – faucets, showerheads, and towel bars.
- Do not underestimate the power of smell. Plug-ins and scent diffusers are great!
Doing these things will result in competitive edge, higher rental rate, and renters that appreciate good taste.
Please share your must-dos. What should we add to the list?
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