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“Rent My House” – Protecting Your Home When You Rent It

At National Property Management Group we are accustomed to working with homeowners who find themselves needing to rent their homes. For some it’s a matter of simply waiting until the market improves before selling. For others it may mean relocation for work. Regardless, we specialize in putting homeowners at ease by providing a high level of service, commitment, and maintenance.

Careful screening can result in great tenants.

One of the concerns we hear often is that their property will be properly maintained while others are occupying their homes. As you can imagine a home is a very personal thing and homeowners can be rightfully nervous that their property is at the mercy of whomever is renting it.

National Property Management Group goes above and beyond when it comes to selecting tenants to occupy our managed properties. We thoroughly and carefully screen any applicant in a number of ways.

• Securing a national credit report on each adult resident.

• Checking with current and previous landlords and asking specific questions regarding payment history, number of tenants, status of pets, condition of the home, if there were complaints from neighbors, and if the landlord would rent to the applicant again.

• Reviewing their employment history

• Requesting a background and criminal check

Our property managers are very well versed in interviewing potential tenants and also very selective. And as our managed homes are in upscale and desirable neighborhoods the applicants we attract are the just the type you’d be happy to have in your home.

So if you need to rent your home you won’t find a better management company than National Property Management Group. For more information please contact a representative at (913) 766-2302.

  1. Wagner Oral Surgery Reply
    A poor renter can ruin the value of the property they are renting. While there are meaures the renter can take to secure a level of compensation, it is much easier to be selective of who is renting the property. Great post on the services National Property Management Group provides.
  2. American Behavioral Clinics Reply
    Thank you for sharing these tips, I've noticed many homeowners that want to sell their homes but have been unlucky are now looking to rent out their homes.
  3. Ed Rippee Remax First Reply
    Choosing the wrong renter can wreak havoc on the renter's property. Utilizing these steps can prevent that from happening.
  4. Woodland Shores Reply
    Not taking the steps mentioned in this blog is tempting fate. Sometimes a too-good-to-be-true renter is just that.
  5. Leader One Financial Reply
    In today's housing market, it seems like sometimes your only option to get into a new home is to rent your old one. These tips will be helpful for anyone in that situation.
  6. Sallas Auto Repair Reply
    There is so much more to renting than you may first think! Thanks for sharing these useful information.
  7. HR-Haven Reply
    A lot of people think renting a house is a quick easy way to make money. What they don't realize is the expense and the things you need to do to protect yourself and your rental property. I really enjoyed the information in this article.
  8. autoservicepro Reply
    You have to do a good background check on people. I have made the mistake of not and had bad renters that end up owing you alot of money. Make sure they will pay.

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