One of the most crucial parts of being a housing provider is taking care of your resident’s maintenance requests. As a housing provider, you are required by California law to provide habitable premises and a safe environment for your resident. Handling these requests effectively forms a significant part of ensuring smooth tenancy.
The San Diego housing market has grown to become a seller’s market, especially in the aftermath of the pandemic, with the number of buyers exceeding the number of properties available. Housing Providers (Landlords) across the city of Chula Vista are competing to gain good, long-term residents for their investment property and many of them are considering whether or not to renovate their rental.
Routine rental property inspections are an important part of renting out a home. As a Chula Vista landlord, you’ll want to make sure your property is in good shape and your tenants are performing the way you expect them to. It’s an excellent opportunity to check for deferred or unreported maintenance issues. It’s also a good way to hold your tenants accountable to their lease agreements.