Your property manager has chosen you as the best suited tenant, to occupy the landlord’s investment property. Here’s a few ways to continue a great relationship with your property manager:
Communication is the key to a healthy tenant/agent relationship, and it works both ways. Your property manager must keep you fully informed, and in return you should keep your agent informed. For example- If you want to be home for an inspection, let them know.
Asking your property manager questions rather than assuming things can make a world of difference from start to finish. Whether it be about important dates relating to your lease or inspections, or just a simple question about the fixtures and fittings, just ask. This also falls under the communication category, and opens up a transparent and trusting association with one another.
Be sure to keep up to date with your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. Your property manager should ensure that they are providing you with correct information, but you need to make sure you understand it. As a tenant, you have many rights to things such as privacy, maintenance, and to have appropriate notice of access.
All of these points play a crucial role in helping your tenancy be an easy and enjoyable experience, because you are important to landlords and rental agents alike.