Getting your Tenant into the unit is only part of the job. It is certainly not the end of it.
Your rental unit needs attention before, during, and after your Tenant occupies it.
If you do this right, you’ll spare yourself all sorts of headaches and potentially save yourself thousands of dollars. 
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