You Need To Offer Storage In Your Short Term Rental Unit

You Need To Offer Storage In Your Short Term Rental Unit

When renting out a short term, you need to acknowledge that your tenants are there for different reasons and lengths of stay. No two tenants are alike and neither is how much stuff they have. Storage units are great for storing valuable assets and they are a spectacular value add for someone looking to have an edge on the competition. During a coaching session with clients, I answer their questions about their tenants’ storage and provide tips and tricks I have learned along the way.

Also in this episode:

  • What you should be looking for in a lease
  • Creative problem-solving if your unit does not have any storage
  • Keeping track of the copies of keys to the unit
  • The importance of networking with others in the short term real estate industry

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J. Massey is a full-time Real Estate Investor, Entrepreneur, Popular Podcast Host, Author, Speaker, Coach & All-Around Problem Solver.

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You Need To Offer Storage In Your Short Term Rental Unit

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