How Repainting Can Make Your Property More Desirable to Tenants

By Arrive
Friday, 27 April 2018

For every day you have a vacancy at your rental property, you are losing potential rental income.

There are, however, simple fixes to make your property more desirable to prospective tenants.
Curb Appeal

First impressions are lasting impressions. If the exterior of your building is not up to par, a prospective tenant may not even want to come inside.

How to do Makeover With Paint

Image of a window with old paint

For a few hundred dollars you can completely transform a space. A fresh coat of paint can revive tired walls, brighten dim hallways and highlight architectural features such as high ceilings etc.

Stick to Neutral Paint Colours

You want your property to appeal to the masses. So Stick to neutral colours such as off-white, grey and cream to make the place feel light and bright to make space feel bigger and more inviting.

Discover what your home is worth in today's market

When it comes to maintenance, approach your tenants with a sense of fairness. Just think of yourself as a renter, and become the landlord you would like to have. It is just as easy as that, and the money you save in lower vacancy rates and tenant care of the property will be well worth the little extra service you provide.

You can easily see why keeping tenants happy to renew their lease saves you money.

Premiere Painters – and their staff have a real passion for property investing.

How nice would it be to work with them? There’s only one way to find out, contact them on 0438 783 739. Or visit their website – www.premierepainters.com.au.

Karen Herbert

Article by Karen Herbert

Karen is a leading authority in leasing and managing property in Brisbane. A successful entrepreneur, she previously operated her own specialist Property Management company that went on to became one of the most prominent in Brisbane. After 20 years in the industry, Karen recognised the need to s...Read more

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