Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB)
September 14, 2017
TurboTenant, a fast growing startup offering free landlord software, offers up helpful information to landlords and tenants who may be facing natural disaster related issues. TurboTenant, which serves over 70,000 landlords and tenants, has published tips, guidelines, and helpful resources for those navigating the rental market during natural disasters.
Sarnen Steinbarth, CEO and founder of TurboTenant, shared “When natural disasters strike, whether hurricanes, flooding, or wildfires, many landlords are at a loss for what to do. Regulations vary greatly by state and region, so our goal is to help provide insightful information and resources for those facing questions related to these disasters.”
In this detailed guide, TurboTenant offers advice on how to prepare ahead of time for natural disasters such as hurricanes and wildfires. The article also focuses on the steps landlords should take after a natural disaster has passed.
From Hurricane Irma ransacking Florida to flooding in Houston to wildfires blazing across the West, recent news headlines have demonstrated the importance of being prepared for natural catastrophes. To this end TurboTenant’s guide is a handy resource for landlords who seek to understand the best course of action both before and after rental properties have been affected.
More information on how landlords can handle natural disasters can be found here: Everything A Landlord Needs to Know Before & After Natural Disasters
Additionally, Sarnen Stenbarth, TurboTenant’s CEO and Founder is happy to provide time for an interview or soundbite should you need an industry expert’s advice for any upcoming media pieces. Please contact Sarnen at Media(at)TurboTenant(dot)com
TurboTenant advises that all landlords and tenants seek local legal advice to ensure the most accurate compliance with laws and regulations surrounding natural disasters.
About TurboTenant (turbotenant.com): TurboTenant helps independent landlords improve the investment performance of their properties by offering them access to online tools, previously only available to large property management companies. More than 40,000 landlords across the U.S. turn to TurboTenant for free, online solutions for landlording. Features offered by TurboTenant include online rental applications, tenant credit and background reports, and…