Signing two-year leases is a large part of our investor funds optimization strategy. We work with quality tenants who are looking to be in the home for a longer period of time. There are many financial incentives to a two-year lease term. One major incentive being reducing turnover expenses. Once a property is leased out, there are no direct impacts to cash reserves because the rental property income takes care of any costs. Another major incentive is that two-year leases allow for consistency in rental income and dividend payouts for our investors.

In this video from a previous webinar, Arrived VP of investments, Cameron Wu explains why Arrived signs 24-month leases with tenants.

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