Property managers should go out of their way to welcome new tenants

Property managers should welcome their new tenants.

While many people typically just sign a lease and move into their new dwelling, it may help to have a little reassurance and aid from their commercial property managers, according to Jessica Fiur, news editor of Multi-Housing News.

People who move into a new area may not have much familiarity with the area. It could benefit all parties for the tenant to feel as comfortable as possible, she noted, so they are content to stay. This could help if a manager informs the new resident where the nice restaurants are, what there is to do in the area and other interesting pointers about the surroundings.

Furthermote, Fiur explained that giving information about the property itself could be vital. While many may already do this, it could help to have a default list of items to cover. The superintendent's information, as well as an emergency contact will be useful. Even the number of an affiliated or trusted exterminator could prove important.

Fiur added that a little gift for the new tenant may make them feel more at home and valued. Whether it is a bottle of champagne or something else, this could help build good relations at an early point in the tenant relationship.

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