Rental Rates: Setting the right rental price for your property is important. Our Broker will walk your home and perform a market analysis to determine the correct rental rate. If you are not priced properly or competitive within your community, you could potentially go for a long period of time without a tenant.
Percentage of monthly rent: The service fee is a percentage of the monthly rent on your property. This can range anywhere from 8-10%. Under this fee structure, if your unit isn't rented, you don't pay.
Go Live! Marketing and advertising your home to quickly draw attention to your property. Your property will be advertised through Social Media, Real Estate Websites and Signage. Our system generates optimal exposure to obtain quality tenants.
Qualified Tenants: Finding the right tenants can be overwhelming. We will do a complete background verification including a full Credit, Criminal and Eviction Reports on all occupants 18+. The background also includes employment verification and previous landlord references.
Managing Tenants: Our team will coordinate routine and emergency maintenance, take care of inspections and manage any situations where conflict resolution is requested. We have built strong relationships with our vendors and have and in-house handyman for any repair needs.
Home Warranty: We request you hold a Warranty on your home for major repairs. Purchasing a home warranty is a smart move for every home owner, as it offers an affordable way to protect against surprise home repairs and the expenses that come with them.
Leasing: Negotiations, drafting and final execution of all new leases, lease renewals, lease extensions and addendums. All lease documents are electronic for your ease to acknowledge.
Collecting Rent: Electronic payment is established and rent is deposited directly into your account. Requesting rent and late fees can be timely and sometimes uncomfortable. We coordinate reminders to tenants of the upcoming due date and follow up with phone calls and emails until the rent is in hand.
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