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Help Make Moving in Easier With These Tips

Getting the relationship between you and the person or family who is renting your property off to a positive start can go a long way toward making it a smooth one. By following the tips outlined below, you can help make the moving process exciting, stressful and pleasant.

1. Arm Them With the Rental Agreement

An important key to having a successful relationship is ensuring that everyone knows what is expected of them. These details should be in writing and contained in a document like the rental agreement. Ensure that your renters have a copy handy in case they have questions.

2. Make the Move In Date Flexible

As exciting as moving into a new home is, it can also be extremely stressful as well. This is typically due to the sense of urgency that comes with moving. Take some pressure off your renter and provide a range of suitable move in days. This short range can provide them with the ability to move in at their own pace while they still take care of other responsibilities.

3. Set Move In Hours

Setting appropriate move in hours might seem like the opposite of flexibility. However, one way to help your renters get off to a good start is for them to make a good impression on their neighbors. Because moving can be loud, designate hours when your renters can move in that aren’t likely to disturb the neighbors. That is, make sure that there are no early morning or late night moving marathons.

4. Outline Where the Moving Truck Can Park

The last thing you want is for your renter’s moving truck to snarl traffic in the neighborhood as parents are trying to get kids from school or get home after a long day at work. You also don’t want to start the relationship with your renter by having them inadvertently¬†tear up your yard. Make sure they know where it’s acceptable to park the moving truck.

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