Benefits of Tenant Screening for Commercial Space

February 7, 2021

Benefits of Tenant Screening for Commercial Space

Managing a commercial property comes with its own unique challenges, but also can be much more rewarding than traditional property management. Commercial spaces are unique because they aren’t occupied 24/7, and the tenants are more likely to maintain the area. Here at J. Butler Property Management, we give all of our clients, whether commercial or otherwise, the highest attention to detail and communication.


Owning a commercial property essentially means helping to support your tenants’ livelihood. And to do that, you need to keep the space in working order at all times. In addition to making sure everything is functional, you’ll also need to keep things aesthetically pleasing to appeal to your tenant’s customers. This means repairing any leaky pipes, cracked floor tiles, and paint chips right away.


Keeping open lines of communication is of utmost importance here at J. Butler Property Management. We’re the middleman between you and your tenants, and it’s important to keep everyone in the loop.

Not only do we keep your client/tenant communication in order, but we also make it easy to communicate with vendors and other services. Whether you need to fix a floor tile, a paint job, or salt a sidewalk, you don’t need to worry about calling seven different people to get the job done. We employ in-house staff and an approved list of vendors to get the job done quickly and efficiently. One call from a tenant, and it’ll be taken care of.

Own a commercial property and overwhelmed with managing it? Our professionals can help you keep your property full, minimize client turnover, and maintain the day to day operations. It doesn’t have to be a stressful job, and your tenants will be grateful for your hands-on approach to their business as well. For more information about our services, check out our website here.

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