Property Management

A qualified, experienced person offers you the expert service required for the day-to-day management of residential rental property:

• Preparing property prior to marketing for lease.
• Extensive marketing of property for lease.
• Thorough tenant screening to ensure the most qualified tenants.
• Detailed property inspection prior to commencement of lease.
• Timely rent collection.
• Paying of all bills associated with property.
• Accurate monthly and year end statements.
• Coordinate any and all maintenance related to property using qualified vendors who are licensed and insured and available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week for emergencies.
• Thorough exit inspection upon tenant vacating. Our clients have the comfort of knowing that our staff is the most qualified to handle any and all aspects related to the proper management of one of their most valuable assets.

Why You Should Consider A Property Manager

You should consider hiring a property management company if:

You have lots of properties or rental units. The more rental properties you own and the more units they contain, the more you’re likely to benefit from a management company.

You don’t live near your rental property. If your rental property is located far from where you live, hiring a property management company can be invaluable in dealing with the many issues that you will not be able to handle from afar.

You’re not interested in hands-on management. Many landlords look forward to the challenge of finding good tenants and the rewards of maintaining a safe and attractive property on their own. But if you view rental property ownership strictly as an investment and want little or nothing to do with the day-to-day management of your properties, consider hiring help to manage your property.

Your time is limited. Even if you enjoy hands-on management, you may not have much time to devote to your business, especially if land lording isn’t your day job. And if you prefer to spend your time growing your business, including searching for new properties, arranging financing for renovations, or changing your business structure, then a management company may be a good way to spend your money.

You’re suddenly inundated with management tasks. If your business is growing, at some point you may find that you need a substantial amount of help to manage everything properly. At that point, it might make sense to hire a management company.

You don’t want to be an employer. If you hire a resident manager or other employees to help with your property, you become an employer. You’ll have to handle payroll and deal with a host of other legal requirements and considerations. But, because a property management company isn’t your employee (it’s an independent contractor), and neither are the people who work for the company, by using one you avoid the hassles of being an employer.

Owner & Tenant Forms

The link below has all the forms you need to get you started in our program. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to assist you.

Owner's Forms
Rental Agreement Packet
Power of Attorney Form
ACH Form
Finders Fee Agreement
Owner Approved Vendor Form

Tenant Forms
Non-Emergency Request Form
Rental Verification
Utility Hook Up Sheet
Rental Rules
Why You Need Renters Insurance

Put your mind at ease knowing that I am the most qualified to handle any and all aspects related to the property management of one of your most valuable assets. I work with owners to assure and maintain fair-housing compliance, accounting, tenant application and approval processing, move-in/move out issues, and property maintenance concerns; along with marketing responsibilities on your behalf.