Did you know that one unhappy tenant could cost you as much as $3,225?

When you consider the cost of a new coat of paint ($600), new locks ($100), and advertising vacancies ($225), the price of a turnover is more than a drop in the bucket.

So, we dug deep into our best resources (our own customers!) to see how they keep tenants happy year after year.

In this guide, you’ll find:

  • The best time of year to find new tenants
  • Proven ways to put a smile on a renter’s face
  • How to protect yourself from tenant turnover

Download and create happier tenants today!

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