When it comes to owning rental property, maintenance is a major part of your success. Each property must be maintained to strict standards to offer your tenants the best space for their living needs. This includes electrical, HVAC, landscaping, etc. There are many maintenance aspects you will need to cover when owning rental property. So how do you keep track of it all?
In the old days, and even still today, rental property owners are relying on telephone calls and computer programs to keep their maintenance needs straight and scheduled properly. However, there is now a new way to do business. Imagine being able to use your mobile device to contact your maintenance assistance and getting an instant reply? With VerticalRent Hub, you can.
This new technology provides you with a separate mobile number for your existing device. You can then use the second number to keep in contact with contractors and other maintenance professionals. Easily text who you need with the project needed and receive an instant response. This new option not only covers texting but also email and telephone service. You can even use the hub to pay vendors, which makes it even easier for you to get work done.
With a dedicated business number on your mobile phone, there will be no need for other devices. Have one mobile that works for personal and business use. With your new dedicated number, you will be able to receive and send emails as well as faxes. You will also be able to listen to voicemails, forward calls, and auto-transcribe. There is unlimited storage for your contract needs, forms and other documents you need when it comes to the maintenance of your property.
Think about how you could benefit from a second phone number for your mobile device. No more guessing who is calling your mobile as you will know when the phone is being used for personal or business use. Streamline the way you do business to see your company continue to grow and thrive!
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About the author
Matt Angerer is the Founder and President of VerticalRent. He enjoys writing on a variety of topics that help Landlords, Property Managers, and Renters across America. He is particularly interested in helping renters understand their local marketplace, pick the best places to live, and find an awesome roommate. Since 2011, VerticalRent has grown to service over 100,000 landlords and renters across America.