I am sure you’re familiar with the struggle that is finding housing; we can help you in your search at no cost to you.
Not so common with other Realtors, we are as committed to our clients looking for a temporary or permanent rental as we are to our clients looking to buy or sell. This is the foundation of our success over the past 10 years.
By enlisting the help of our services, you get all the benefits available to a homebuyer: professional experience, local knowledge and an understanding of your budgetary constraints.
Whether you are local or live abroad, we can you a crash course on the area, set up viewing with virtual walk through so you can see and feel the place you are considering calling your home.
We will guide your search from the very start, helping you find the right neighborhood, apartment size, and price range, then go with you to open houses. More likely though, you’ll already have a lot of that information decided, and we will send you listings that might be of interest to you.
No matter what, once you’ve decided on a rental and have been approved by the landlord or management company, we can help you read and understand your lease.
“Most tenants can find a place without a real estate agent, but they forget to seek out someone who can help them understand what they’re signing when they sign a lease.
Your lease has all kinds of vital information in it, including what repairs you’ll be responsible for, the penalties for late rent, and even the terms for breaking the lease. You want to be sure you’re not signing anything that puts you in a bad position financially or violates your rights as a tenant. We’ve got you covered from beginning and even through your tenancy.
Top tips on how to be a model tenant
Tenants being at odds with their landlords are a common tale. It’s easy to put the blame on landlords for every apartment woe, every unease a tenant feels about their rented digs. That’s far from the truth, of course. You and your landlord disagreeing on a few things are normal, but at the end of the day, everybody just wants to get along.
Your responsibilities as a landlord
All Landlords have a number of responsibilities to their tenants. Landlording is a full-time occupation, and it can more effort than many assume. There can be multiple roles to fill, and it does tend to get fairly demanding at times. There is also an element of unpredictability, which means that a landlord must always remain prepared. Finding out more information about these responsibilities can be helpful for those seeking tips for renting a house for the first time. As a landlord, here are some of the key responsibilities to take into account.