In the fast-paced world of property management, landlord onboarding is one of those things that is unfortunately overlooked by countless real estate agencies and brokerage firms. There is a ton of information out there when it comes to effectively onboarding new tenants, but this is just one side of the coin.
Signing a property management agreement to represent a landlord is an exciting moment, especially if you are a small agency. You have completed the screening process and it is now the beginning of what will hopefully be a long and trusting relationship. However, without a solid landlord onboarding process, you risk experiencing unnecessary difficulties during the time that you represent the property owner.
In this checklist, you'll be guided through a simple and effective way to onboard a landlord that you have just begun representing.
It is designed to be a continuation of the landlord screening checklist that we recommend you run through if you haven't already.
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