Property Management

Property Management

When owning investment property, you have to decide whether you will be a hands-on landlord or if you would prefer to avoid weekend maintenance calls and monthly rental income or expense management. If you would prefer to have someone else manage the details, hiring a property management company to manage your investment properties might be a great choice for you. A property manager can screen out problem tenants. An experienced property manager sees hundreds of applications, so they are trained to notice potential red flags when reviewing a potential tenant’s application. Letting a property manager manage the tenant screening will improve your chances of finding a reliable tenant.
Another benefit is that a property manager acts as the point of contact for all tenant concerns. If something breaks at the property, it isn’t always convenient to drive to the unit to inspect it yourself. The property manager will address problems at all hours of the day and coordinate having a service provider to repair or replace the item. A good property manager will also decrease tenant turnover. They can keep renters happy by being responsive and taking care of problems with the property as they arise. A tenant that is happy is less likely to look for another place to live or move their business and will be more willing to accept periodic rent increases. Also, a property manager will ensure that rent is paid on time. Rent collection consistency is important for receiving rent payments on time. A property manager enforces lease policies if the rent payments aren’t received. When tenants are consistent in not paying rent on time, or at all, the property manager can take the steps to manage the situation, up to and including assisting with an eviction notice. Investment in rental properties can contribute to your cash flow and build long term wealth, but management of rental properties isn’t for every owner. If you just want to collect a rent check and don’t want to manage all of the details managing the rental property, hiring a property manager can be well worth the cost. We are a full service real estate company that offers consulting and residential property management, as well as commercial property management. 
Please email us at ellenagnes2@gmail.com or call 954-862- 2645 if you would like our assistance with your property management needs.

When owning investment property, you have to decide whether you will be a hands-on landlord or if you would prefer to avoid weekend maintenance calls and monthly rental income or expense management. If you would prefer to have someone else manage the details, hiring a property management company to manage your investment properties might be a great choice for you. A property manager can screen out problem tenants. An experienced property manager sees hundreds of applications, so they are trained to notice potential red flags when reviewing a potential tenant’s application. Letting a property manager manage the tenant screening will improve your chances of finding a reliable tenant.


Another benefit is that a property manager acts as the point of contact for all tenant concerns. If something breaks at the property, it isn’t always convenient to drive to the unit to inspect it yourself. The property manager will address problems at all hours of the day and coordinate having a service provider to repair or replace the item. A good property manager will also decrease tenant turnover. They can keep renters happy by being responsive and taking care of problems with the property as they arise. A tenant that is happy is less likely to look for another place to live or move their business and will be more willing to accept periodic rent increases. Also, a property manager will ensure that rent is paid on time. Rent collection consistency is important for receiving rent payments on time. A property manager enforces lease policies if the rent payments aren’t received. When tenants are consistent in not paying rent on time, or at all, the property manager can take the steps to manage the situation, up to and including assisting with an eviction notice. Investment in rental properties can contribute to your cash flow and build long term wealth, but management of rental properties isn’t for every owner. If you just want to collect a rent check and don’t want to manage all of the details managing the rental property, hiring a property manager can be well worth the cost. We are a full service real estate company that offers consulting and residential property management, as well as commercial property management. 


Please email us at ellenagnes2@gmail.com or call 954-862- 2645 if you would like our assistance with your property management needs.


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