If you’re a landlord, you’re probably well-adjusted to dealing with certain repairs—whether it’s after your tenant has moved out or while they’re still on the property. Of course, some potential repairs are more common than others, and it’s always a wise idea to stay prepared for some of the most frequent offenders. It’s always possible that the stove, fridge, or dishwasher could stop working, in which case you’ll typically need to bring in a professional. Water leaks can also occur often, under windows or in the property’s ceiling. Water-related problems can cause serious damage and need to be addressed immediately. To prevent issues like these, it’s always fantastic to have a quick plan of action ready to go. Looking for advice on drafting your plan? Get in touch for expert assistance.