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Should You Rent Your House? How to Make the Right Decision

Should You Rent Your House? How to Make the Right Decision

Buying a house is an investment that brings along a number of financial benefits for the owner. Once the real estate market has improved, you can make a profit by selling the house at a higher price. In addition to that, at any time if you wish to earn some extra cash while living elsewhere, you can do so by putting your property up for rent. However, before you give out your house for rent it is better to do a cost-benefit analysis to ensure that renting the house will result in positive results.


  • Condition of Property


Before making the decision to putting your property up for rent it is essential to take into account the condition of your property. Nobody likes to move into a house that requires a lot of repairs and maintenance. It is a good idea for you, as the owner to take a close look at the condition of the property and see whether the house is in a condition to be rented out or not. A welcoming house will always attract renters and will not require a lot of convincing from the owner’s side.


  • Deciding on the Rental Payment


When deciding on the rental payment for your property, it is important to be practical. Overestimating the rental payment will result in little or no interest from potential tenants. Underestimating, on the other hand, might result in you being at loss and not earning enough return on your investment.


  • Finding the Right Tenants


Once you have made the decision of renting out your property it is time to find the right tenants for your property. This process is not as simple as it sounds. This is because as the owner you need to be careful about the kind of tenants you choose for your house. Platforms such as Pure Equity and others help you reach out to the right tenants by doing all the necessary work for you. Background and credit checks, as well as verification of identity, are all tasks that are needed to be done before you make a deal with the tenant. All of these steps are essential because you need to be careful about the kind of tenants you are letting in.


  • Repairs and Maintenance


Before giving out the property for rent you should ensure that all the repairs are taken care of before the tenants move in. Again, this step should be done beforehand so that if the repairs and maintenance require a lot of effort and money maybe you should reevaluate your decision and find out whether it is, in fact, profitable to rent out the house or not. Remember that the maintenance will still be your responsibility even after the tenants have moved in.


  • Return on Investment


When deciding on the monthly rental payment it is also recommended that you take into account all the costs that will be incurred by you. This is because there are far too many owners who realize later that the costs associated are far too many and the rental payment does not account for these expenses. So, before deciding on the rental payment, do a thorough analysis of all the costs such as insurance and taxes.

After taking all these points into consideration, you should feel confident about your decision and follow it through.


Onias Derilus

Real Estate Broker for Pure Equity Realty.

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