CityWalk apartments certainly do not need much help when it comes to finding a tenant. But, the hardest part isn’t finding an occupant but finding the right one for your property. Once you have done this, you can prepare your rental in order to make the move in process an easy transition.
Here is how:
1: Change the Locks – as this is a safety issue, this is one of the first steps that you should tackle to ensure that if your property is been rented out in the past, that those keys would now be deemed useless so you should consider changing the locks.
2: Make Sure You Thoroughly Clean The Rental – not only do renters expect for their new home to be cleaned prior to them moving, it would certainly create a hazardous situation if a new occupant had to come in and clean up the messes of the previous occupant.
3: Service Sliding Doors – these are lovely to look at but can build up quite a bit of dirt which can affect how the doors operate. Servicing them can save you some pennies in the long run.
4: Clean the Window – properties in districts such as Port de la Mer apartments offer panoramic views of the open sea and Dubai skyline. Therefore, if your rental offers amazing views such as Port de la Mer, ensure that the windows are pristine clear.
5: Change The Air Filters – due to the hot climate of Dubai, you’ll find that air-conditioning units are being used extensively, therefore ensure that the vents are inspected and cleaned as some people can be affected by the presence of a lot of dust.
6: Replace Any Broken Light Bulbs – consider putting in energy-efficient bulbs, which do not need to be replaced as often.
7: Make Minor Repairs – do not wait until the renter moves in and complains before you make any necessary repairs as that is quite an inconvenience. If major repairs need to be carried out, inform the new tenant beforehand so that they plan accordingly.
8: Make Sure Major Utilities Are Functioning – as these are necessities that a tenant needs to maintain their quality of life, you need to ensure that these utilities are in perfect working order.
9: Collect the Necessary Monies – You should always collect the stipulated fees and rent prior to moving day.
10: Exchange Contact Information – if you haven’t done so already, take this time to exchange contact information in the event that the tenant needs to ask a few questions or report an issue. Stipulate hours when you would be available so that you are not inconvenienced for matters that are not an emergency.