Renting is trending. In fact, according to Rent.com we are experiencing the lowest vacancy rates in over 20 years within the US. With greater adorability and flexibility it’s no wonder that we’re moving toward a renter nation. As renting quickly becomes the popular choice we want to help maximize your chance of having a successful renting experience, so we’ve provided this Rent Smart Guide to ensure you’re ready to rent like a pro!
Let’s be honest, no one likes cleaning the toilet. It can be a tricky place to clean with so many little nooks and crannies. Even when it looks clean chances are there’s a few lurking stains. Don’t be afraid to give your toilet the tough love it needs. We promise it’s possible for your toilet to be a lovely, fresh smelling, clean place to be!
Last month we set in place a new cleanliness policy for all our properties and we’re serious about keeping it clean. But we’re also serious about rewarding tenants who do their part.
Hopefully, you watched the recent video clip we posted on Facebook about those noisy upstairs neighbors. In case you missed it CLICK HERE. It’s definitely worth your time! Honestly, though if you’ve ever shared a wall with your neighbor it’s likely both of you can hear the other from time to time.
Part of being a good tenant not only involves maintaining your rental property in good working order, but also keeping it clean. We at Reeder Asset Management, pride ourselves on providing great properties for our tenants.
Summer is a great time to get out enjoy the beautiful weather. The Wasatch Front is a paradise full of great adventures, from rocking climbing to Raspberry Days, there is a wide variety of options that are sure to create a summer full of fantastic memories.
Logan– Reeder Asset Management is pleased to announce the addition of Trinda Hess to their team of dedicated property managers. Trinda brings Reeder Asset Management years of experience and has spent the last three years as the lead property manager for a highly rated property management company in Idaho Falls where she has been instrumental in acquiring and developing new accounts.
From time to time, you may have to deal with an emergency in your rental unit. It’s important to recognize the difference between an emergency and a situation that needs to be addressed, but is not an emergency. An emergency is an unanticipated problem that has the potential to cause great harm to you or your home.
It’s Time for inside & outside Spring Cleaning! When the weather turns warm, it is a great time to plan for a “spring cleaning” around your residence. Take the time to clean up from the winter and check your residence for any necessary maintenance….