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Rental Property

At RPM Realty, we pride ourselves on offering an extensive selection of rental properties in Cagayan de Oro. From cozy apartments to spacious houses, we have something for everyone. Our listings are updated regularly with new properties, so check back often to find your ideal rental. Our team is always available to answer any questions you may have and help you find the perfect home.

Rental Listing Guide


Step 1: Prepare the Property

  1. Clean and Repair: Ensure the property is clean and in good repair. Address any maintenance issues like leaks, peeling paint, or electrical problems.

  2. Upgrade if Necessary: Consider minor upgrades or improvements that could increase the property's appeal and value.

  3. Stage the Property: If possible, stage the property to make it more attractive. This could involve arranging furniture or adding decor to enhance its appearance.

Step 2: Set the Right Price

  1. Market Research: Research the local rental market to understand the going rates for similar properties.

  2. Consider Expenses: Factor in your expenses like maintenance, property taxes, and any homeowners' association fees to ensure the rent covers these costs.

  3. Set a Competitive Price: Based on your research and expenses, set a rent price that is competitive yet profitable.

Step 3: Understand Legal Requirements

  1. Review Laws and Regulations: Familiarize yourself with Philippine laws regarding leasing, such as the Rent Control Act if applicable.

  2. Prepare Lease Agreement: Draft a lease agreement that complies with legal requirements. Consider consulting a lawyer for this.

Step 4: Market the Property

  1. Take Quality Photos: High-quality photos are crucial for online listings. Take clear, well-lit photos of all areas of the property.

  2. Write a Detailed Description: Create a detailed and appealing description of the property, highlighting key features and amenities.

  3. Choose Listing Platforms: List the property on popular real estate websites, social media platforms, and local classified ads.

Step 5: Screen Potential Tenants

  1. Respond to Inquiries: Be prompt in responding to inquiries from potential tenants.

  2. Conduct Viewings: Arrange and conduct property viewings for interested parties.

  3. Screen Tenants: Collect and review tenant applications. This should include verifying their employment, income, and rental history.

Step 6: Finalize the Lease

  1. Select a Tenant: Choose a tenant based on your screening process.

  2. Discuss Terms: Go over the lease terms with the tenant, ensuring they understand their rights and responsibilities.

  3. Sign the Lease Agreement: Have both parties sign the lease agreement. Provide the tenant with a copy.

Step 7: Collect Deposits and Rent

  1. Collect Security Deposit: Collect a security deposit as stipulated in the lease agreement.

  2. First Month’s Rent: Collect the first month’s rent before the tenant moves in.

Step 8: Handover the Property

  1. Property Walk-Through: Do a final walk-through of the property with the tenant.

  2. Hand Over Keys: Once the lease is signed and payments are made, hand over the keys to the tenant.

Step 9: Manage the Lease

  1. Maintain Communication: Keep open lines of communication with your tenant for any issues or concerns.

  2. Property Management: Regularly check on the property and address any maintenance issues promptly.

Additional Tips:

  • Documentation: Keep copies of all documents related to the lease, including the lease agreement, communications with the tenant, and receipts.

  • Insurance: Consider getting landlord insurance to protect your property and interests.

  • Updates and Renovations: Regularly update and renovate the property as needed to maintain its value and appeal.

Remember, being a landlord comes with responsibilities. It's important to maintain a professional relationship with your tenants and adhere to the legal aspects of property leasing in the Philippines.





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