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There is no average time. Make sure it's priced competitively and in good condition. Of course, checking the market times and prices in your area will help give you a good idea. I just had a unit that rented out in 2 days so, if the price and location are right and it's in great condition, it can happen very quickly.
Let me know if you need any further assistance. I'm happy to help.
" Many property owners are happy as long as the space is filled, however you MUST remember importance of finding good tenants. A definition of a good tenants is someone paying on time, taking good care of your property, not causing neighbors to complain, following by rules and policies, and willing to ideally commit to renting for more than a year.
Now, keep those good tenants. Don't take them for granted. It is a lot cheaper to keep good tenants than to get new ones. You can keep a good relationship with them by not raising their rent too high, getting rid of other bad tenants, respecting their privacy, and keeping their rental space in good repair. This may sound like common sense and to many it is not that is why I suggest getting someone to assist you this as it will be worth every penny.
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