Ready To Improve Your Tenants' Property Management Experience? 4 Points To Consider
Happy tenants tend to be stay longer, and for landlords that is a very good thing. When tenants extend their leases instead of searching for another rental home, landlords do not have to spend valuable time and resources to attract, screen, and approve a new tenant. This is why investors who want to become more profitable should always pay attention to their tenant retention ratios and work diligently to improve them.