Apartment Turnover Cleaning
Property managers have a number of hats to wear when it comes to maintaining a residential facility, including upkeep of common areas and facility grounds, implementing leasing contracts and managing leasing agents and maintenance workers. While these are all necessary tasks, one of the most time consuming aspects of property management lies in creating a process for quick turnover to keep revenues flowing by continually having new leasing contracts coming in and units ready to rent.
Because apartment complexes have relatively high turnover rates, as they are meant to be short to mid-term living spaces for individuals or families, it is necessary for property managers to acquire the tools necessary to assist them in keeping units rented and in good condition. Employed maintenance staff with residential properties are often too busy with emergency repairs of units that are currently occupied, making it difficult for them to divert their attention to units that have recently been released for a new resident.
While it is ultimately the burden of the vacating resident to return an apartment to its original condition, this does not always take place as well as property managers would like.