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26th August 2015

The business of purchasing a property for rent is time consuming. You need to factor in safety checks, risks and issues that are likely to arise before and when you can legally start taking in tenants.

As a full-service real-estate brokerage that combines technology and personalised service like never before, our experienced property management service employing upwards of 75 people looks after thousands of Dubai rental properties and listings in Abu Dhabi and beyond. Working to ensure that relationships between all parties – Better Homes, landlords, tenants and third parties – run smoothly, our dedicated property management services team looks to achieve peace of mind for everyone involved.

From listing Dubai rental properties to screening tenants and handling security deposits, repairs and notices to resolving disputes, we take the hassle out of managing difficult tenants, emergencies, complaints, maintenance, contract renewals and Dubai rental properties.

Undoubtedly, one of the most convenient ways to manage Dubai rental properties from a distance is to hire property management services. Aside from the service offerings mentioned above, our property managers also market Dubai rental properties and manage showings. This will ensure that your home does not sit vacant and help you avoid a gap in your rental income.

While we offer leading property management services, here are few tips that we have for owners of Dubai rental properties. As a landlord of Dubai rental properties, it’s important to ensure that your expected rental income is in line with market conditions. Secondly, keep your property in good condition before you let it out. Why? Because well-maintained Dubai rental properties attract quality tenants and vice versa. Moreover, a happy tenant is also more likely to be a good payer. If you as a landlord do not look after the property, why should the tenant? Hence, both you and the tenant need to have a mutual interest to maintain the property.

However, the most important tip that we have to offer is to engage property management services. By employing the expertise of a company that offers professional property management services, you can take the hassle out of managing Dubai rental properties and make sure that you get the most out of your investment. Hire a quality property manager someone with proven experience. Do not underestimate the costs for repairs and maintenance and be prepared for those times when the house is not rented.

Moreover, renting to friends or family may make it difficult to enforce the terms of the lease. So try and steer away from this. Importantly, get insurance for Dubai rental property. Rental property insurance covers many of the same things as homeowners’ insurance in addition to offering some more important additional protection.

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