Every property manager understands the importance of maintaining an empty house between tenants. It's often a “double whammy” of holding costs without receiving rent payments as an offset and there tends to be particular types of damage which occur in empty houses. Steady, regular maintenance has to be conducted to avoid unwanted surprises when you show the home to potential renters or buyers, or to maintain the house at full value until such time as an offer comes so you can negotiate toward the best price possible for yourself and the client seeking to rent or buy your real property.

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