When we say, “We are so much more than just a property management company”, we mean it.
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We strive to produce helpful, actionable content that Indianapolis Investors and Landlords can use to help educate themselves and be more successful in the Indy market.
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Once we’ve taken over management of your property, gotten all of the necessary paperwork in order, and have it in rent ready condition, it’s time to show it off to the world.
We pride ourselves on having one of the most comprehensive and successful marketing plans in Indianapolis. In fact, we typically rent our homes 2-3 weeks faster than our collective competition.
It’s not by dumb luck that this phenomena occurs. We put a lot of time, effort, and staffing into our marketing efforts to ensure your home is seen by as many qualified Renters as possible.
*This blog is intended for Clients and Prospective Clients to further understand the Rently Self Showing System and how we utilize it to benefit our Owner Clients.*
In previous blogs, we’ve discussed the various obligations that you have as an Indianapolis Landlord.
On a very basic level, you’re required to provide your Tenants with a safe, clean, and habitable dwelling.
Drilling down into the safety aspect is where smoke detectors come in.
Yes, smoke detectors.
Those circular, plastic gadgets that we stick on our ceilings and don’t give a second thought about until the batteries start to die which causes that annoying, incessant chirping.
At which point, let’s be honest, we usually just end up taking the batteries out until we finally remember to replace them a month later.
In your personal home, you have the luxury of doing what you want (although I strongly recommend that you keep your smoke detectors in good working order as it could save your life). But the fact is, when you’re running a business, which you are when you become a Landlord, you don’t have that luxury.
You have a very distinct set of laws and guidelines that you have to follow.
Smoke detectors may seem like such a small, trivial issue in the grand scheme of rental property ownership.
But I assure you, if it wasn’t important, there wouldn’t be an entire section of Indiana Law dedicated to it.