Property Management

As good property managers, we treat the property as if it is our own.

Our basic functions as your property manager are:

  • To produce the best possible net operating income.  This is accomplished by maintaining a favorable balance of income over expenditures, either by increasing the property’s gross income or by reducing the costs of maintenance and operation.
  • To maintain and increase the value of the principal’s investment.  This involves not only maintaining the property but also establishing rent schedules that will provide a maximum return on the owner’s investment.

Types of properties that we management:

  • Residential
  • Retail and Commercial

Activities as your Property Managers:

  • Show and lease space.
  • Solicit and qualify potential tenants.
  • Collect rent.
  • Hire, train, and supervise employees to operate and maintain the property.
  • Maintain tenant relations and mediate complaints.
  • Provide maintenance for the property.
  • Provide for tenant security.
  • Maintain adequate insurance.
  • Maintain adequate records.
  • Audit and pay bills.