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FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS
Why landloard should rent with us
Why do I need a property manager?
Unless a property owner (whether a developer, investor, or a renter) has enough time to resolve daily tenancy and maintenance issues, a property manager, with communication skills and technical knowledge, will be able to resolve or avoid problems much more quickly, effectively and economically. Property managers always save you time and money, while adding value to your property. Their tasks and responsibilities include setting and collecting rent, dealing with tax and insurance issues, handling maintenance requests, filling vacant units and potentially setting the budget for the property.
Property managers often take care of property that real estate investors either do not live near or do not wish to personally manage. A property manager can be one person or an entire management company, depending on the needs of the owner like MDAICReal, a global real estate development, investment and management platform with experienced specialists and advanced resource in maintenance and repairs, saving you time, money and anxiety.
Do I have to sign a fixed term contract with you?
How do I receive rental payment?
What does MDAICReal do if a tenant fails to pay their rent?
How often can I inspect my property?
How to plan repairs and maintenances in the property with a tenant?
What happens if I decide to sell my property?
What happens if I want to move back in myself?
What happens if I just want the current tenant out?
This depends on the reason for wanting to evict the tenant. We undertake tenant mediation on your behalf and will help in any way we can, including regular liaison with the local authority and, if necessary, requesting the local authority to find alternative accommodation. In any case, an alternative accommodation or property that shall meet the needs and requirements of the tenant must be always found before immediate eviction. We at MDAICReal have always for all the tenants alternative properties that always meet their needs, making sure that both parties (hereinafter referred to as the tenant and the landloard) are always happy and satisfied from any unexpected unpleasant event that may occur.