When your tenant has given a 30-day notice, you’ll need to be prepared for both the vacancy and the turnover process. This can be expensive, and during a vacancy you aren’t earning any rental income. We understand the urgency of completing a turnover in an efficient and timely manner. This does require some of your involvement as a property owner.
When you have a vacant unit and all of the turnover work is completed, you want to make sure the home is rent-ready. If it is, you’re ready to lease it to great tenants. The leasing process starts with an outstanding marketing strategy.
If your tenant has submitted a 30-day notice, you’ll need to know what to expect now that you have an upcoming vacancy. As you know, the longer your vacancy goes, the more money you lose. It’s important to implement a turnover process that gets the property ready for the rental market.