As the owner of a home for rent, you probably never thought you’d have to deal with your renters belongings. Unfortunately, sometimes renters decide to leave unexpectedly or simply have too many items to deal with. Their answer to these dilemmas is to leave those things behind. Below are a few suggestions about how to dispose of them without adding to the overflowing landfill problem.
1. Removal Services
The beauty of a removal service is that they can provide an easy and efficient solution to removing the items your renter has left behind. One thing to keep in mind though is that everything is likely to wind up in the trash.
2. Online Communities
With the explosion in popularity of social media sites like Facebook, it makes sense to turn to them for help in disposing of any items. Join some of the local Facebook communities in an effort to unload those items quickly and efficiently. If you’re in a big hurry, you can simply give the items away. Conversely, you can also charge a nominal fee if you want to make up some of the time that you’ve spent on the project.
3. Charitable Organizations
There are likely to be a slew of local charitable organizations that would love to have those items that your renters leave behind. From clothing and books to excess furniture and electronics, many charitable organizations have stores that they use as a mechanism to raise money. Dropping off items to these stores not only does the community good, it can also be a tax write-off for you as well. Some charitable organizations will come and pick up larger items for you.
One of the more unpleasant jobs of being a property owner is dealing with those things that your renters leave behind. If you simply don’t have the time or inclination to do so, though, Real Property Management Las Vegas can take care of this job for you as part of their services.