Property inspections are an important part of protecting the condition of your investment. Neglecting them will only lead to expensive repairs and longer turnovers between tenants.
Owners looking for professional Sandy property management are often confused about what it really costs and whether it’s really worth it. That’s because each company charges their own fees and structures those costs a little differently. In this market, you may find management companies that charge a flat fee or a percentage of the rent that’s collected. Some management fees will be all-inclusive and others will cover only a few things, and then charge extra for additional services.
Landlords are naturally worried about tenants damaging their property. In our experience, the best way to handle tenant damage is to avoid it. That may sound easier than it is, but not really. You can take a few precautions to ensure your tenants are taking good care of your property.
To effectively manage rental properties, we need to have good relationships with both tenants and owners. When it comes to leasing your Sandy rental property, you can be sure we are finding well-qualified tenants whom we can trust to pay rent on time and take care of the home.