For over a year life has followed a very restrictive pace due to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Though things are returning to normal you still want to be prepared.
Scheduling In-Person Tours
When looking at apartments for rent you will want a home that fits all needs and desires whether you need a small one-bedroom residence, or something larger. While virtual tours are a good way to see different apartment floor plans nothing compares to viewing the design and layout in person.
First, this will give you an opportunity to visualize what you would do with the space. Do you want a large, open concept family room? Are you looking for extra dining space? An in-person tour of any prospective apartment home will give you the chance to plan in the moment.
Second, an in-person tour will also allow you to check out everything the community has to offer. You may want to reside in an apartment community with a pool, fitness center, and dog park or find those where you can secure a quiet, somewhat secluded space to enjoy relaxation after a hard day.
Cleaning and Maintaining Shared Community Amenities
Many apartment complexes provide residents with a host of great things to do right in the community. This means each amenity should be thoroughly cleaned when residents are finished using them.
Equipment in fitness centers, outdoor grills, and shared clubroom items should be wiped down with disinfecting wipes after each use. This will aid in stopping spread of illness to your neighbors.
Hosting Events at Your Apartment Community
Many of us enjoy having events at our homes that include friends, family, and neighbors. Before you schedule such an event you will want to be sure all attendees will be comfortable. Be certain to setup dining and entertainment areas with plenty of space for all and have cleaning supplies on hand to minimize any issues with germs from close contact between individuals.
Remember to be patient and understanding of each resident’s preferences and protocols for a healthy and happy reopening of your multifamily community! If you have any questions for best practices comment below!