Posted 5 days ago Basic Facilities to Consider for Your Multifamily Property When investing in a multifamily property, you should make sure it contains basic living facilities for your tenants to enjoy when they move in. These amenities add another level of livability to your building that all multifamilies should have. It makes your property easier to market as well. Here are some basic facilities you might want to add to your multifamily property: Kitchen facilities No building is home without a kitchen installed. Additionally, a few kitchen appliances such as a dishwasher or a garbage disposal would benefit the living conditions of your multifamily property immensely. Don’t cheap out on the condition of your kitchen appliances. Install the most up-to-date and stainless models for the benefit of your tenants. Laundry facilities Install a few washing machines here and there. You would be surprised how much added income you can generate and how delighted your tenants will be. If you have a few spare rooms in your multifamily, you might want to turn a few of them into laundry facilities with washing machines and dryers for your tenants to use. Not only do these facilities keep them happy but also raise profitability. Parking spaces If you have large, extra space outside your multifamily that you don’t know what to do with. Consider renovating it for some extra parking space. If most of your tenants own cars, this would be the perfect perk for them or for any potential tenant applying to your complex who might be driving in states away. Recreational/common areas If you still have extra room within or outside of your multifamily, set up some recreational areas for your tenants to enjoy! Get additional features like pool tables, HDTVs, Wifi, anything you can afford to bring your tenants' experiences to new heights! Your tenants will appreciate it and potential tenants will definitely be interested in signing up! You’ve already put your money and your trust in your multifamily property. The least you can do is make sure that you’re getting your money’s worth. Start building the best facilities, please your tenants, and let the money trickle in.