When it comes to selling a house, landscaping is crucial. But what about renting? The fact of the matter is that in every city there are dozens of ways to approach the landscaping question. Some landlords hire professionals to trim and care for the lawn every week whether there are tenants or not.
If you’re someone who’s in the business of buying and selling, or renting out houses and homes, there comes a point when you think to yourself, ‘Is this place ready to go on the market?’ Of course, as a first time seller or landlord, that’s going to be the biggest question on your mind!
As a landlord, you want your property to always be in top condition. That’s why you put so much effort into choosing responsible tenants, and why you insist on a security deposit. But sometimes a property in good condition is not enough to turn the heads of prospective tenants. If you want outstanding tenants, you’ve got to show them your property is worth renting.