If you are an absentee owner looking for a professional company to oversee your important investment including taking care of the financials, marketing, maintenance, and finding the right tenant, then we are here to serve you!
It is the responsibility of the property manager to handle the day to day tasks like finding a qualified tenant, executing a rental agreement, collections, handling all complaints, maintenance and repairs, evictions, marketing, and complete financials for the property owner.
We have the experience and knowledge to maintain your property
Property management is not only about getting a qualified tenant, but it is also about maintaining a professional and personal relationship with them. Moreover, it is essential to communicate effectively, so that there are no misunderstandings in what we expect and what our mission is about.
If you don’t have the time, knowledge, and/or you live far away, then property management is the right service for you and your investment.
Should you hire a property manager?
If you’ve owned income property for any length of time you know that managing a rental can be financially rewarding. At the same time, you’ve also likely discovered that property management requires a large commitment of time and effort. While it may make sense to take the do-it-yourself approach if you’re a handy person, live close to your property, and don’t mind devoting several hours per month to the task, in many cases this just isn’t practical—especially if you hope to expand your business. With this in mind, here are some critical tasks a property manager can help you with:
10 Reasons to Hire A Property Manager
Advertisement – Full marketing potential
Collections – Maximize revenue
Leasing – Full vetting including criminal background check, credit report, employment verification, and previous landlord references
Customer Service – Tenant-landlord/management relationship is very important in keeping the property in good status and at the same time keeping your tenants happy
Vendor Management – It is very important to have a good relationship with tradesmen, contractors, suppliers, maintenance workers, and other vendors to ensure that any work done in your unit is done professionally, on-time, and at a reasonable price
Compliance – Local, State, and Federal regulations including fair housing laws are constantly changing and it takes time and effort to make sure compliance is always in effect
Maximize Investment – There are a lot of opportunities throughout the country that for some are unreachable. We are committed in partnering with other Property Management Companies across state lines to make it easier for our clients to increase their investment radius
Routine Inspections – To ensure the property is well maintained
Vendor Management – Trusted and insured vendors are essential
Maintenance and repair
Clogged drains – These are among the most frequent and recurring issues
Lockouts – People forget their keys, therefore, a backup system is necessary
Insects – This is a common problem. Sometimes a little education is enough, but most often, it requires some sort of pest control treatment
Heating/Air – HVAC and heating malfunctions happen. Preventive maintenance is essential to minimize emergency situations
Choosing the Right Property Manager
Property Management Aspects
As far as we are concerned, a property management company should be responsible for the following: Regular Inspections, Marketing, Administrative, Collections, Routine Maintenance, Compliance, Handling Emergencies, Resolving Disputes, Availability, Customer Service, Insurance Claims, Evictions
There are many reasons why a Property Manager may recommend starting an eviction proceedings, some of them are listed below. Florida State Law recognizes several valid claims