Let Us Work For You, Managing Your Rental Property

We work for you providing peace of mind, knowing that you will receive professional, quality service, custom designed to fullfill your needs as an investor, homeowner, or landlord.
Our business is to ensure that your investments are being managed in a professional and efficient manner. Eliminate the hassle of renting knowing that we are working for you to create a successful relationship with your tenants.

 

What we do as your Property Manager:

  • Fill vacancies

  • Advertise your rental

  • Handle tenant inquiries

  • Background and credit checks

  • Application processing

  • Lease signing

  • Full service repair

  • Rent collection

  • Evictions

 

Marketing & Leasing

  • Once a notice to vacate has been received, a “For Rent” yard sign will be placed on your property.

  • Placing a description of your property, including photos, on our vacancy list, website and a variety of online listings.

  • We work closely with local realtors giving your property vast exposure.

  • Our elaborate  application screening process helps to ensure that you are obtainingthe  best possible tenant.

  • Renting your property for the agreed upon price and never for less (or more) without the owner’s permission first.

  • Scheduling in a timely manner an appointment to meet with the qualified applicant for showing of property and signing the lease agreement. We are available 24/7 for your tenants.

Lease Renewals

  • Attempting to renew the lease with the current tenant at least 45 days prior to the expiration of their rental agreement, unless otherwise instructed in writing.

  • Renewing the lease at a higher rent whenever possible. We never agree to lower (or raise) rent without your explicit written permission.

  • Notifying you via phone, email, or in writing when we learn your property is becoming vacant.

  • Immediate marketing of your property for a new qualified tenant if the current tenant does not intend to renew or re-enter into a new rental agreement, unless otherwise instructed in writing.

 

Property Inspections

  • You can expect a thorough internal/external inspection, with a written report and documentation of any concerns with photos.

  • A “move-out” inspection is done to document the condition of the property as soon as it becomes vacant.

  • Annual interior inspections done at owner’s request, photo documentation provided at no additional charge.

 

Tenant Relations

  • Making every reasonable attempt to collect rent in a timely manner.

  • Conducting our business relationships fairly and equally with all our tenants.

  • Expecting all tenants to comply with all the terms and conditions stated in the signed rental agreements.

 

If A Tenant Defaults

  • Serving any applicable legal notices necessary to insure compliance with rental agreement.

  • Following up with any legal notices to determine that the tenant has complied in a timely manner.

  • Delivering a “Late Notice” (a prerequisite to an eviction for non-payment of rent) on the 5th day of the month.

  • Directing our eviction attorney to begin the eviction process against a delinquent tenant after the “Late Notice” expires and proper action from the tenant has not been taken, unless we are instructed by you in writing to delay for any reason.

 

Reporting To Owners

  • Paying vendors on the owner’s behalf for work performed on the property.

  • Providing you with a 1099 Income Form along with a Profit & Loss statement at the end of each calendar year to assist you in your tax preparation.

  • Making payment deposits into the owner’s accounts on the 2nd week of each month.

 

Repairs, Maintenance, & Upgrades

  • Consulting you in advance regarding any expenditure over $250, unless it is an emergency affecting the safety of the tenant or the integrity of the property.

  • Arranging and authorizing the necessary services to maximize the properties appeal to prospective tenants thus expediting the leasing process and minimizing vacancy time. Examples would include, but not be limited to, painters, carpet cleaning or replacement, minor yard care and minor repairs.

  • Drawing from any forfeited security deposit funds to address expenses that were the previous tenant’s responsibility.

  • Utilizing only properly licensed and insured vendors who are qualified to handle the type of work being performed on your property.