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We're Tenant Friendly & We Appreciate Good Tenants!

Good Communications are Key to a Great Working Relationship

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A postive property manager-tenant relationship translates to improved occupancy rates and an improved property for the tenant and owner. DAS Property Management understands that healthy relationships benefit everyone involved.

Understanding the needs of the tenants is important. Applying as applicants, the screening process, and move in are just the beginning. The property manager must then respond to requests, monitor activities regarding the lease requirements, collect rent in a timely manner, and continually assess the tenants' satisfaction with the property's amenities versus those of competing rental properties in the area. The unpleasant task of eviction for violations or non-payment of rent presents another aspect of tenant relations.

Tenants should feel comfortable in addressing any and all concerns with the DAS Property Management personnel. By keeping a copy of the lease or rental agreement handy, and referring to it whenever there is a question of tenant or landlord responsibility, all parties and situations are generally covered. A property management company can only enforce what has been agreed upon by the tenant and the landlord.

Respect and communication increase and improve tenant satisfaction. Regular and periodic communications are important to the DAS Property Management team. Making sure that overall cleanliness, preventive and common area maintenance, landscaping, building condition, noise, and parking lot conditions are satisfactory, is all part of the job of DAS Property Management.

Residential tenants and/or commercial leasees of any DAS Property Management property, have responsibilities to ensure that their residence or commercial property building remains suitable for themselves and their neighbors. By signing the lease, tenant and the owner/ management company have entered into a legal, enforceable contract. Tenants and the owner/management company are responsible for complying with the lease, house rules, and local laws governing the property. If tenants have any questions about their lease, or do not have a copy of it, should contact DAS Property Management.