When you have a vacant Atlanta rental property, you miss out on regular rental income. You also put your property at risk, because there are no tenants in place to let you know when something breaks or maintenance is needed. Atlanta landlords and investors want to avoid expensive vacancy periods.
While you can use a brief vacancy to take care of turnover issues like repainting and cleaning the home, it’s important to minimize the number of days your rental property is vacant. When you work with a professional Atlanta property manager, you will get some help in placing and retaining great tenants.
Here are some of the other things you can do to prevent a longer than necessary vacancy period.