Ways to Make Landscaping Easier to Manage at your Kendall Rental Property

If you own rental properties in Kendall Florida or elsewhere in the United States you know that landscaping can be one of the most difficult things to manage. Why? Most tenants don’t like to cut grass, keep gardens weed free or do anything outside so it’s not uncommon for rental property landscaping to take a beating during the year.

Thankfully, you can make rental property landscaping easier than you imagined by following the tips in this article.

Tip #1 – Invest in Perennial Plants

 One of the best ways to make landscaping easier is to invest in perennial plants because these plants will re-bloom every year and save you the time, money, and hassle of having to hire a landscaper to plant new plants each year.

Tip #2 – Cut Down on Yard Space

If your Kendall Florida Rental Property has plenty of yard space in the front and back, you should cut down on that yard space because less yard to mow will mean less work for your tenants.

To cut down on yard space you can create additional parking at your rental property, add a storage shed, create a dog run or invest in drought tolerant landscaping that won’t require much care to maintain.

Tip #3 – Utilize Technology

Another great way to make landscaping easier to the manager at your rental property in Kendall Florida is to invest in technology to help keep the landscaping watered.

In today’s world, there are many Wi-Fi enabled sprinkling and drip irrigation systems that your tenant can use to keep the landscaping watered without them actually having to do any watering themselves.

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To learn more things, you can do to make your rental property landscaping easy to maintain, or to speak with us about our property management services contact us today at (305) 428-3904 or click here to connect with us online.

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