If you own apartments, offices, or have an investment property or two and in which you have paying renters, then there will always be some property maintenance that needs to be done. Whether it’s done while the people are still living there or they have just moved out and you need to fix a few things before the new tenants shift in, you should have a handyman scheduled to do these jobs for you.
It’s common knowledge that something that needs fixing, if not attended to quickly, will definitely get worse. That, of course, means it will cost a lot more money. So, as they say, taking care of business as soon as possible might mean a lower cost. Whether the handyman is a permanent employee depends entirely on the number of properties you own. A block of flats and a couple of houses could mean almost full – time employment. That’s a serious overhead you need to consider in your running costs.