You can switch the building to LED lighting to reduce the utilities paid by tenant.
Perform a rental survey of similar properties and see how yours compares. Be sure to compare apple-to-apples. If appropriate, use the info to negotiate with your tenant.
In this enviorment I would not recomend a rental increase
Fairly. 3-5% a year...
By making improvements in your property with due suggestions from your tenants which will enable you to negotiate a little increase in rent.Get free tips here at http://www.realestate07.com
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