Every landlord needs a checklist of things to do when tenants move out. This will help to get the property ready for the next tenants and to make it feel as good as new once again. The tenants will, of course, expect the property to feel like nobody has ever lived there before, so here are some quick things you can do:
- A new coat of paint will hide a multitude of sins in any part of the home.
- Replace tiles and grouting. The bathroom and kitchen areas will start to look tired very easily. Some new tiles, grouting and edging will help the space to feel newly refurbished.
- Clean thoroughly. This needs to be a complete deep clean of every single space within the home. You might well want to employ a professional cleaner to help you. They will be able to use professional products to clean years of dirt in hard to reach places.