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Property Management

One important role of a “Property Manager” is that of a liaison between the owner and the actual tenant, providing a buffer for those owners who are desiring to distance themselves from their tenant and not wanting the inconvenience of having to handle repairs, collecting rent, etc. Duties of a property manager can differ greatly between property managers, so it is important to find one that will meet the expectations of what you are desiring with hiring a property manager. Here are a few things that our company provides as your property manager:

Here are a few things that our company provides as your property manager:

  • We do the paperwork for the county Landlord business tax receipts that are needed
  • We line up all vendors, handyman repairs and such to have your home ready to rent
  • We advertise your property for rent
  • We take pictures before tenant moves in
  • We do annual inspections before a renewal
  • We collect rent and make sure rent is paid on time
  • We use a soft ware called “Rentec” that will have our own portal and will allow you access to see at all times debts or income that has to do with your property. Your rent proceeds will be deposited directly into your bank via ACH into a bank within America.
  • We work with an attorney to have a legal lease written up
  • We do tenant screening (with a background check, income verification, landlord reference, and a credit check) with an application process
  • Communicate with HOA’s of the community that your property is located in

There are so many day-to-day procedures and details that are needed to this profession, including managing the accounts/finances of the properties and communicating with owners, tenants, and contractors. Litigation is at times considered a separate function, set aside for attorneys. Although we do everything we can before we have to have an attorney involved but if an attorney has to be involved we communicate this with you as the owner in the process of it all. Special attention is given to landlord/tenant law, therefore is a necessity that a property manager is current with county, state, and Federal Fair Housing laws and practices.

Equal Housing Opportunity

All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation, or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation, or discrimination.

We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.