In order to be a good property owner with a decent reputation, one must enact certain measures to best ensure safety of tenants and prevent property damage. It is a good idea to ensure that the access points of a particular piece of property are made to be resistant to burglars; adding more lighting, especially lighting triggered by motion sensors, is also a useful burglary deterrent. A more robust or versatile insurance policy can definitely come in handy in events of unforeseeable tragedy. Finally, placing valuable possessions in harder-to-reach areas and having a less consistent daily routine can make one a less viable target for burglary.
- Add lights to the front and back of the property to deter burglars.
- Buy insurance to protect your property and belongings in case of a fire, flood, or other disaster.
- Don’t leave small, valuable items such as jewelry or watches in a place where thieves can easily find them.
“As a respectable property owner, you need to make sure that you have taken all the precautions so that your tenants, their belonging and your property are all safe.”