The Covid-19 outbreak caught us all off-guard. It’s shut down many businesses. The tourism industry is being hit really hard by stay-at-home orders. Despite stories of property owners suing the state of Florida to open the beaches, people just aren’t as willing to travel now. For Bear Lake rental property owners, this will cut into your business. Despite travel bands and stay-at-home orders, your Bear Lake rental property still needs maintenance.
You’re Still Responsible For Your Bear Lake Rental Property
As we brought up in an article last year, owners are responsible for the maintenance of their properties. Even if you can’t rent them out – either because of travel bans, or because nobody is traveling anyway – you still need to take care of them. Whether anybody stays in them or not, they still get wear and tear. The weather can still damage them, and the lawn still grows.
You Want To Keep Your Bear Lake Rental Property In Good Condition
You want to keep your property in good condition. It may not be getting rented much right now, but there’s still a couple of months before summer, not to mention the four months of summer and bit of fall. The outbreak isn’t going to last forever and once things start to open up, you’ll want to be ready for any renters who come with offers. You’ll want them to look their best so anyone who is looking to rent has a reason to go for yours.
Who Has The Time?
With the kids home from school, your spouse probably needs help. Who has time to go to Bear Lake and fix up rental properties? We can help cut some of that work time. As Cache Valley’s resident lawn care and landscaping maintenance experts, we’ll take care of the lawn and yard for your rental properties. Save yourself some trouble so you have more time to help with family matters at home. Let us manage your Bear Lake rental property’s lawn for you.
We’re ready to take on any job. If you need help managing your rental property, then get in touch with us. We’ll get it done and let you focus on other things during these difficult times.