Why Hire a Property Manager
- You don't have to hire someone to clean, paint, or make repairs.You don't have to advertise, take rental calls, or show the property.
- You don't have to screen applications and be apprehensive about who to pick.
- You don't have to execute a rental agreement, worry about adding an addendum, fill out the move-in inspection report, or deposit money.
- You don't have tenants calling at all hours of the day and night.
- You don't have to confront tenants on tough issues like collecting rent or taking better care of the property.
- You don't have to collect non-sufficient funds checks.
- You don't have to serve legal notices or start an eviction.
- You don't have to schedule and fill out the move-out inspection report.
- You don't have to mail the tenant's accounting report and refund check
- You don't have to start the process all over again.
- You don't have to worry about the property or be shocked by its condition when you hire a Professional Property Manager.
Professional Property Managers are dedicated to selecting quality tenants and keeping your investment in good repair with minimal cost. They want your real estate investment to be a success not a failure. One last benefit - your leasing and management fees are usually a tax deduction.
What distinguishes a Professional Property Manager from other landlords? We know the landlord/tenant laws for your city, state, and federal government. We know rent values, vacancy factors, and time on the market in your area.
We have a rental application and consistent screening policies that meet all of the legal obligations. We take the time to perform thorough move-in, move-out written inspections and schedule routine property inspections.
We are signed up with all the effective advertising sources for new tenants that will provide access to the best prospects.
We know reputable painters, electricians, roofers, chimney cleaners, carpenters, furnace and appliance repaireman who are licensed, affordable and reliable. Are there good reasons for managing your own rental property? Are those reasons worth the risk?