Maintaining Your Property
Triple Net Lease – This type of lease obligates the tenant to make all the payments for maintenance and upkeep along with taxes, utilities, and insurance. A triple net lease can be risky for a landlord. Some tenants may not be able to pay the repair costs and they will allow the building to fall into disrepair towards the end of the lease period. In extreme cases, a tenant may deliberately cause damage to a building in an effort to collect insurance money.
Building Condition Report – Gives you a detailed record of the buildings condition at time of move in so you have a base line to operate from. Do you need a photo record? We can do it.
During a Tenancy – It can be to your advantage to have occasional Inspections to determine if your tenant is adhering to the terms of the lease. We will observe the condition of the structure, the plant and equipment to determine if the necessary repairs are being made.
Tenant Moving Out – Let us check the overall condition and give you a report on the level of maintenance, along with a list of repair that need to be made to maintain the your standard.