Snellville Property Management Enhancements to Consider
If you’re looking to enhance your Snellville property to get it ready for new tenants, consider these best Snellville property management tips.
Make the front yard welcoming
Trim the overgrown shrubs or hire a professional to help give the outside of your home a clean, beautiful look. Plant some flowers and pull the weeds. Make sure to replace that flimsy small knob on your main entry door with an elegant handle-and-lock set to signal to the potential buyer that this is a solid home. Make your steel front door more appealing by investing in a seasonal wreath.
Apply a fresh new paint
Because the home has been lived in, the chance of walls getting stained or paint coming off corners is inevitable. Repaint your walls to a neutral color to give it a refreshing new look and feel. Painting your rental with a fresh coat of paint can make everything new again. Consider the new popular color of grey.
Add new appliances
To revamp your home and increase its value, consider replacing your appliances with new, modern ones. Replace those dull recessed lights in your living and dining room with an elegant chandelier. Also, make inexpensive ceiling fixtures by purchasing replacement fan blades to make the ceiling fan light and desirable
Replace old flooring
Ensure that your carpet or hardwood looks cleaner and in good shape. If possible, consider hiring a professional carpet cleaning service for thorough cleaning and care. Cover the carpet with inexpensive, but attractive rugs if the carpet is showing serious wear. A new floor makes your new tenants feel like they’re in a brand new home. Replacing old flooring is always a good thing.
Conduct mechanical fixes
Fix blinds in windows by either taking out the blinds or replacing them with new ones. Also, install chic curtains to boost the appeal of your home. Hire an electrician to do the electrical services such as checking loose wires, faulty outlets and malfunctioning circuits. You should also get a plumber to check for a fix water leaks, bath systems, and the kitchen sink. Always check your electrical before renting out your property.
If you own a home in the area and are thinking of using it as a investment, think of those Snellville Property Management Enhancements to Consider. It will certainly add value to your home if you are considering selling and if you are thinking of renting it out, it might just bring in some extra income by adding those touches.
To learn more about how you can enhance your Snellville rental property contact us at Real Property Management of Greater Gwinnett.
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