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Property Management


Get The Most Out Of Your Property

5 Elements Of Leasing Success

  • 1. Price
  • 2. Location
  • 3. Availability
  • 4. Condition
  • 5. Effective Marketing

Any one of these out of place will have an adverse effect to the days on the market and your bottom line. We help you with setting the price through market analysis and build up location through descriptions and knowing the market area.

Availability is crucial. Most renters need to move quickly. Prospective tenants should be able to move in within a week or two when they find your house and make application.

Condition is paramount and reflects the kind of tenants that will be attracted at an optimum price. We offer guidance through experience in making prudent repair and make-ready decisions for each house. The very minimum will be professional cleaning, functionality of hardware/appliances and general repair.

Without effective marketing the other four elements of success become moot in point. Multiple Listing Service listings and multiple internet web postings will be employed for effective and quick leasing. With effective marketing it is typical to garner higher than average rental prices.

What To Expect From a Good Property Manager

  • Accurate online accounting
  • Timely disbursement of funds
  • Direct deposit of funds
  • On-line application for prospects to rent your house
  • National tenant screening, checking for rental history, credit, criminal background, terrorist, pedophiles, income and job stability
  • Documentation prior to move in with digital photo
  • Periodic inspections
  • Drive-by surveys
  • 3-Day Vacates letters sent on time
  • Evictions filed on time
  • Prudent spending decisions
  • Communication, invoice and digital photo documentation of repairs
  • Phone answered or called back the same day
  • Any owner should be able to review account, accounting policies and procedures, first hand, in the office upon request
  • All funds held in properly balanced escrow and operating accounts as outlined by State and Federal Laws.
  • Ethical behavior
  • No surprises