You never know who people truly are, Jonah thought as he stood outside his apartment building and watched his tenants get arrested.
Now he had to find new renters, and he didn’t particularly want to. What if the next one was even worse?
The Top 3 Landlord Pains
While drug labs are (hopefully) not that common, they’re just 1 of many problems that pop up for rentals.
- Rent is constantly late
- Taking care of property maintenance (like broken appliances or a leaking roof)
- You want to sell your property, but your renters are resisting it
What Your Rental Manager Does For You
Here’s how your rental manager solves the above problems (and the other services you get with one):
Your manager deals with any maintenance that crops up. All you do is pay the invoices.
We never hire unlicensed tradesmen, and we never upcharge on maintenance. For example, if the plumber charges $100, that’s what you pay.
Your manager always hosts showings. Tenants are never given a key to the property until they’ve been approved, have signed the necessary paperwork, and have paid the deposit.
This is important – there are horror stories out there of prospective tenants receiving keys early and just moving in to become squatters. This never happens with one of our rental managers.
Rent is due on a set date – this never changes. If a tenant is late, it’s not your concern. We work it out with the tenant for you.
Rent is always auto-deposited into the bank account you specify.
You get a full year-end statement every tax season, so your taxes are that much easier to deal with.
24-Hour Emergency Service
You get a strong support system with us. If something happens that needs immediate attention, our 24-hour emergency service is there to help you and your tenants.
If you’re unsure what to charge for rent, we can advise you when we’re taking a look at your property.