Honolulu landlords need to add their property managers to their insurance policies as an additional insured, and today we are explaining why.
There are two types of policies that are essential for the Honolulu property manager who is responsible for managing your rental home. These policies are a General Liability policy and an Errors & Omissions policy (which is generally known as an E&O insurance). Your property manager should have these two types of insurance when they are hired to manage your Honolulu investment property.
A Honolulu property management company knows how to handle maintenance issues professionally and efficiently. Today, we’re sharing some of our best tips with you.
As you can imagine, a poorly screened tenant can cost homeowners thousands of dollars in unpaid rent and property damage. When you’re screening, it has to be thorough and detailed so you can find the best resident for your property.