If you’re thinking about renting a house, it’s natural to have a lot of questions. The process of renting a house involves several steps, not to mention a financial investment. If you’re debating whether or not to rent a house in the Kansas City metro (or if you have already started scouring KC for a home to rent), we’re sure you have a list of questions.
We’ll try to take some of the confusion out of the process. Listed below are several common questions that pop up when searching for a home to rent in Kansas City. Check this list for some answers, and learn more about renting a home with National Property Management Group
Common Questions About Renting a House With NPM
What is the rental application process?
Every tenant that rents one of our Kansas City rental homes goes through an application process to protect both the renters and the property owners. The process can be started online. We pull credit scores and background checks through online tools that allow us to keep your confidential and personal information secure.
When are you available to help with rental home issues?
The NPM property management team is available to help with your rental home needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We respond to your property questions quickly and are available for emergency maintenance needs.
How do you determine the rental home price?
Every rental home that we manage has been through a thorough inspection. Any and all repairs have been made by a contractor. The rental home price is based on the market price, so you can trust our prices to be fair.
Why do I need rental house insurance?
Rental house insurance is important because it covers the renter for a number of problems that happen with the home. Fire, theft, roof and plumbing leaks are a few things that can damamge your personal property. Purchase rental house insurance to protect your house and your property.
Have more questions about renting a house?
The team at NPM is happy to answer your questions regarding renting a house in the Kansas City metro area. We work with renters every day, so we can answer your questions about the rental application, policies, payments and any other topic you are questioning. Check out our renters FAQs, contact us here or give us a call at (913) 766-2302.