Do you own a rental property? If so, you have even more reason than the typical homeowner for keeping that property safe and secure.
Besides the fact that your tenants are a source of income, you also have a legal responsibility to keep the property they’re occupying in good condition. From time to time, it’s important to take some time to walk around the property with an eye toward proactive improvement. Not only will this make you look good to your tenants, but it can help you avoid costly safety or repair issues.
Looking for even simple things like uneven walkways, blocked entrances/exits, signs of water damage, and faulty electrical equipment can keep you and your tenants away from trouble. Of course, for the greatest peace of mind, you should hire a professional home inspector to help you to identify potential trouble spots and ways that you can improve the value of your property.