We know it is spare. You hardly use it and only think of renting it to get some money. But you can't expect your rental property to give you great returns if you aren't investing something in it. Imagine renting out a house with everything shabby and damaged, how can you expect to get tenants for it? Or even if you do, you know the rent you can charge would be the bare minimum. So, if you are looking to renovate your rental property and that too quickly with a minimum budget, then this post will be very helpful.
Easy and super quick ways to renovate your rental house!
Yes, you read it right. You don't have to invest too much to make your rental property elegant. Even if you spend a reasonable amount and the property looks acceptable and pleasant, it shall suffice. So, for those steps, read on.
- Upgrade the rooms — Are the rooms in your property perfectly built? Or do you have an open floor plan? If it’s an open floor plan, you can always separate the different sections with unique décor themes. And if you have a very large bedroom that can be utilized better, you can always create a stud wall in this room to divide it into two. It’s really easy and hardly requires much money to add drywall to attach the panels of the stud wall. And if you are calling experts in plastering or gib stopping in Auckland from FQS Interior, they will carry out the job excellently for you. They are very skilled in plastering and tend to know the significance of it in any property. With strong drywall created by them, you can have a nice partition in any room and make your rental property yield better money.
- Beautify the exteriors — If the exterior of your rental property requires your attention, it’s time to give it some. Trim your garden a little and give it a pleasant look. You may pressure wash the backyard and if the exterior paint looks shabby, then why not coat it nicely again?
- Repairs are imperative — Never ever hand over your property to the tenants without repairing the troublesome areas. If the electrical lines are showing issues, repair it. If the plumbing or leakages are spoiling the presentation of your house, pay attention to that too. Even if there is mold in the place that has the chances of growing if ignored, better deal with this issue as well before handing over the property to the tenants.
- The floor and walls shouldn’t be avoided as well — If the floor of your rental property is really worn out, then we would highly recommend you replace it with tiles. These are easy to install and super affordable. If not, then you can simply sand the floors or polish them to make them look presentable. For walls, if you can’t invest much, opt for installing wallpapers. If you have enough funds, then you can always coat a nice shade of paint to make your house look pleasant.
Now your rental property is ready and welcoming. We are sure you would get a happy bunch of tenants ready to pay a good sum to you because of this nice-looking house.