Placing a tenant in your Kirkland rental property is the goal of any leasing process; it means you’ll start collecting rent. But first, you have to prepare the home for the Seattle rental market. You don’t want to list and show the property before it’s ready, otherwise good tenants could turn away and choose to rent something else. You need to be proactive and strategic.
We have a few recommendations for preparing your property for the rental market in Seattle and Kirkland. These are the things we do at Lakeshore Corporation for our property management clients. Continue reading “Getting Your Home Ready to Rent in the Seattle Market | Kirkland Property Manager Advice”