What we seek in White Post renters
In White Post, Nesbitt Realty likes to work with reasonable tenants. Here are some of the traits we seek out.
- A renter pays the rent when due every time. This means paying on or before the first, rather than at 5 pm on the 5th.
- A tenant has integrity. A renter does not sneak in a co-tenant or pet.
- A tenant is neat. A tenant does not bring pests like rodents and bugs.
- A renter does not damage the home.
- A renter is courteous and nice to work with. A renter knows the difference between a property manager and a hotel concierge.
- A renter doesn't annoy neighbors.
- A renter complains at appropriate times. tenants that don't report maintenance issues cost real estate investors money and cause issues for property managers.
- A tenant doesn't gripe when it's not appropriate. This means that a renter doesn't ask to replace functioning systems. A renter doesn't expect more than the lease provides. A tenant doesn't complain that an appliance doesn't work when the tenant doesn't know how to operate the appliance.
- A tenant does not smoke in the home.
- A renter is looking for a rental term that is as long as the property owner wants to rent the rental.
So this is what we're looking for in a tenant, but how do we find tenants who live up to this standard? Experience has taught us that tardy tenants can appear as polite, nicely-dress, well educated people with jobs. We have a knack for sniffing out tardy renters.
Our Five Step Process
Fair Housing Laws and our conscience dictates that we do not judge people in White Post based upon appearance. Experience has taught us that appearances can be very decieving. We do however assess applicants based upon their track record and their actions. If a applicant is difficult with our staff at the start, they will probably be troublesome as tenants. If a is dishonest, we can expect them to be untrustworthy as a tenant. If a has troubles finding fundsfor background fees and the first month of rent, we can expect that same potential tenant will have difficulty while they are in the rental.
But even when every statement initially is good we still check the background of every potential renter with a full background check. Every person and occupant must submit a government-issue photo identification. From there, as rental we start our vetting process.
White Post Rental Management Resources
a good archive for rental investors in White Post
- Before you move a tenant into your rental property in White Post
- Collections and evictions
- Communications with the renter
- During tenancy
- End of lease term and what happens when a tenant breaks the lease
- How does the owner get paid?
- How your rental manager handles the association and your community
- How your property manager handles utilities
- How Nesbitt Realty finds tenants
- Insurance matters for property owners using our property management
- How Nesbitt Realty & Management manage keys
- White Post property owner responsibilities
- Maintenance, repairs & inspections for your rental property in White Post
- The move-in inspection
- Property management information form
- Selling a 1031 tax exchange & more
- Starting our management of your rental property
- When owners don't yet know their new address
- Vetting tenants in White Post
More Information About White Post
After the background check is complete we make a recommendation to the property owner based upon our experience as property managers in White Post and the information that we have verified. Ultimately the landlord decides if the risk is worth taking, but they make that decision based upon facts and our expert advice.
Do you want understand more about this area?
Our Guide to Real Estate is a helpful tool for everyone who hopes to review important real estate information about White Post and neighboring areas. The Guide to Real Estate compiles data about what has sold and what is for sale, and some interesting facts that you may not know. In addition, our Guide highlights some elements of life in White Post. Of course, most of this is useful for purchasers and sellers, but landlords and tenants might also find this data to be very edifying.
Our Broker Will Nesbitt
"I am by nature a trusting person, but this business has taught me to verify every statement that a tenant makes. Scammers and bad tenants can sometimes give every appearance of being trustworthy and upright people. We never cut corners on background checks." ~ Will Nesbitt
I like tenants that pay on time. Late paying tenants cause extra work and unnecessary stress for landlords and property managers. ~ Julie Nesbitt