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Handling Maintenance Issues of Rental Homes PDF Print Email
Finance - Real Estate
Written by: Britnee Nguyen   
Tuesday, 07 July 2009 13:55
You're a homeowner and you just found a qualified tenant to occupied your home for rent in Utah. The contract may be written out and understood clearly by both parties. But there may be an issue that was not thought which is who is in charge of the maintenance? If something breaks down should the tenant call the owner to have them fix it or should they take care of it themselves and notify the owner what happened?


You're a homeowner and you just found a qualified tenant to occupied your home for rent in Utah. The contract may be written out and understood clearly by both parties. But there may be an issue that was not thought which is who is in charge of the maintenance? If something breaks down should the tenant call the owner to have them fix it or should they take care of it themselves and notify the owner what happened?

Many landlords decide that they will be in charge of the maintenance. That way when something goes wrong they can fix themselves and know it was done properly instead of having the tenant finding the cheapest, maybe not the best way, to fix it. If the landlord is taking well-care of their rental property in Utah, then they lengthen the life expectancy of the appliances and other things in the house.

In the long run, it's best for the owner to use their own money and time for any maintenance problems. Instead of the owner having to worry about the house constantly and wasting time trying to find the best deal to fix things, they can hire a Utah property management to handle it for them. At KeyRenter, they have helped hundreds of people in Utah rent their homes and have given them a good deal on maintenance as well. This second option of letting an outside company take care of those issues are a huge advantage to the owner.

With KeyRenter, they offer a 24/7 in-house maintenance crew. This means any time of the day or week, there is always a maintenance person on deck ready to handle a problem and handle it as soon as possible if requested. Since they are part of your reliable Utah property management, you can trust that they will do a good, reliable job. Another advantage to it is that they also give you good rates and prices for it as well compared to others.

Not too often is the tenant responsible for maintenance issues because many time appliances break down because of age. A person isn't obliged to pay on something that would be characterized as improvement of the property. General maintenance is the sole responsibility of the landlord, and essentially still is when they go through a Utah property management. This is because it is still the landlord's money that is used to complete and fix maintenance projects, not the property management.

Maintenance issues that arise can be messy with rental homes in Utah. That's why many choose to have an outside company like a Utah property management company handle these issues for them. That way the landlord and tenant can stay on good terms and know that the rental house is being taken care of by professionals.

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