Should You Remove That Phone Wiring From Your Miami Rental Property?

In today’s world, there’s no denying that most people use their mobile phones for every conceivable need including calling, texting, emailing and video chat.

With the increased usage of mobile phones, some landlords may be inclined to remove the phone wiring from their investment properties because they think that those phones are no longer in use.

Landlines Are Still in Use Nationwide

Even though the use of corded phones Nationwide has decreased over the last 10 years, roughly 30% of the population in the United States still continues to use corded phones and actually prefers using them inside their homes over mobile Phones.

Yes, it’s true that a mobile phone is often more convenient than a corded phone, but the reality is that having a corded phone or landline in your rental property can also be a tremendous asset to your tenant especially if there’s ever a time when their mobile phone service is down and they need to make a phone call.

Don’t Do Major Construction Work Without Hiring A Licensed Contractor

If you do plan on removing the phone line from your rental property anyway, it’s always advisable that you get the job done with the help of a licensed contractor. We recommend working with the licensed contractor because you never want me the mistake of doing major work on your rental property yourself.

At Miami Property Management LLC, we specialize in full-service Property Management including maintenance, customer service, tenant selection, tenant placement and so much more! If you need full-service Property Management, contact us today by calling (305) 428-3904 or click here to connect with us online.

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