Tenant Screening: Thorough renter pre-screening, background checks, and recommended selection.
Property Law and Regulations: Up-to-date knowledge of property laws and regulations, making sure you are in compliance with your local, state and federal rules and regulations.
Standardized Lease Agreement: Professional Association Forms provide beneficial terms, conditions, rules and regulations.
Preferred Service Provider Relationships: Knowledge of local vendors, suppliers and contractors who provide good quality work at reasonable prices.
Rent Collection: Systems to help ensure on-time rent payments and allow for smooth bank transactions.
Inspection Reports: Routine property inspections may reveal faults that if found, can be resolved quickly before they become even more expensive.
Security Deposit Escrows: Manage your security deposit escrow funds and make sure you are in compliance with local and state regulations. Tenants are much more comfortable with initial lease negotiations when they know their funds are held in a third party's account.
Financial Record Keeping: Provide detailed income and expenses reports as well as cash statements every month saving you the bookkeeping headache.
Emergency Calls Buffer: Imagine being shielded from the late night "my toilet is overflowing" call.
Property Management Fees: Fees involved in managing your investment property or improving your real estate are usually considered tax deductions. Please consult your trusted accountant or tax advisor for verification.