LANDLORD’S FORMS TO DOCUMENT THE RESULTS OF A REGULAR FIRE ALARMS AND RENTAL UNIT CONDITION INSPECTION
This guide includes:
- 8-page PDF document
- Steps to conduct a regular rental property and fire alarms condition inspection
- Two forms to document the results of the inspection
- Sample email to schedule the inspection
- Download is immediate after checkout
- Great tool for those who are looking to be successful landlords and investors in residential rentals in Ontario, Canada!
One of the great investors and property owners who I admire once said that deferred maintenance does not exist, but what does exist – is bad property owners.
What this means is that each investor and property owner must take full responsibility for managing and maintaining their property in a good condition. No excuses.
Bad tenant experience? Move on as fast as possible. Plan what you can do next and how to act differently going forward to have a better experience next time. Look for solutions.
Thousands of dollars in deferred maintenance? Neglect leads to huge issues. If you ignore and don’t act on a $100 issue, you may end up paying thousands to fix a much bigger problem later on.
Can’t sleep at night? If you worry about a bad tenant, not being sure how your property is doing, etc. Wake up and act on it! Visit the unit. Document the results. Research solutions. Fix the issues.