Owner Resources

Working with us, you gain the expertise of one of the most experienced property management teams in the country. We’ve been in the property management business for nearly 50 years. With property management offices across seven states and the District of Columbia, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that when an issue arises, we’re close enough to get involved immediately.

Preparing to Rent Your Property

A well-maintained property attracts better tenants, leases in a shorter time, and generally brings higher rents. We may make suggestions to enhance the marketability of your property, such as touching up paint, replacing worn carpeting or power washing your deck—all of which will make it more marketable to potential tenants. We’ll also let you know if there are any legally required updates you need to make.

Setting the Rental Price

Need help pricing your rental? We’ll evaluate rental market conditions and advise you on how we can best assist you in pricing your home to achieve your investments goals. We’ll aim to have your rental property occupied as quickly as possible and for the highest rent.

  • You’ll be provided with a customized neighborhood rent report to help determine your home’s rental price.
  • We’ll highlight your home’s best features and may suggest improvements that could increase the rental price.

  • Handling Your Property Bills & Mortgage Payments

    We’ll give you the option to simplify your life even further by making your mortgage payments and paying your condo/HOA fees, as well as property maintenance bills, provided you meet certain requirements. Your relationship manager can share the specifics with you, and you’ll find them in your owner handbook.

    Monitoring Your Property’s Condition

    We take a hands-on approach to overseeing your property. To help prevent unnecessary disasters, we conduct a move-in, interim and move-out inspection. Photographs and records are kept from the move-in and interim inspections and referenced during the move-out inspection to assess any damage done or repairs that need to be made.

    Your tenants also receive a comprehensive handbook, which outlines their responsibilities for maintaining the property. The handbook explains what constitutes damage versus normal wear-and-tear and lists common issues that can arise during the move-out inspection.

    Maintaining Your Investment

    Our contracting services team oversees all your investment property repairs, using state-of-the-art technology with up-to-the minute work order tracking to ensure timely completion of all requests. Additionally, many of our homeowner’s have home warranties, and we’re happy to work with them on any items your home warranty covers.