For landlords wanting to achieve better results, the EEL formula offers a winning process for optimising your rental property outcomes.

Here’s a detailed breakdown of these three components.

1️⃣ Education:

The foundation of success lies in educating both yourself and your tenants. Continuous education is the key, from signing a new tenancy agreement, including the tenant induction, to receiving and sending out a vacate letter at the end of the tenancy. 

For example, there may be condensation issues, so explaining the significance of proper ventilation may be necessary, or what is reasonably clean & tidy. Ensuring clarity and understanding paves the way for smoother tenancy experiences.

2️⃣ Expectation:

What to expect

Clear communication of expectations is necessary and a source of security for landlords and tenants 

When tenants are well-informed about what is required of them throughout their tenancy, they feel more at ease and understand, fostering a far more harmonious landlord-tenant relationship. 

Whether it’s outlining the steps needed to recover their bond at the end of a tenancy or explaining the consequences and actions that will be taken for late rent payments, setting expectations upfront helps manage potential conflicts and promotes accountability.

3️⃣ Lead by Example:

As a landlord, your actions speak louder than words. Demonstrating a proactive and responsible approach sets a positive precedent and instils respect and trust in your tenants. Your leadership paves the way for a mutually respectful and harmonious landlord-tenant relationship.

Better Results

Incorporating Education, Expectation, and Leading by Example principles into your rental management can significantly enhance your rental outcomes and foster a mutually beneficial landlord-tenant relationship.

Remember the EELformula; here is a video as well.

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