Small but ideal?

Do your tenants whisper these words as they peruse your rental property?

  • 1 October, 2015
  • Rental, Tenant

Your rental property might be small. It may not have much room for storage or anywhere to put things. But there are clever space-saving ways to overcome this issue to help your property stand out from the crowd.

There is value in creating inbuilt wardrobe space and ideally, providing some drawers for clothes.  A garden shed and garage shelving are great options.

Good storage allows a greater choice of tenant.  It increases the rentability of a property, which saves time.

The last thing you want is tenants fixing the lack of storage problem themselves, causing potential harm to walls and doorways as they attempt a temporary DIY or drag storage units inside.


LJ Hooker NZ

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