Property management - also known as real estate management or rental management - is best for owners of real estate who want professional help overseeing the financial, marketing, and maintenance of a property or those who can't personally oversee the property due to the distance between the rental property and their personal home.
The property manager shoulders the responsibility of handling the day to day tasks of finding and screening qualified tenants, conducting background checks, executing leasing or rental agreements, collecting rents, handling tenant complaints or legal issues such as evictions, coordinating building maintenance and repair, as well as a complete financial accounting and reporting to the property owner.
Three Signs You Might Need a Property Manager:
- You have a general lack of experience or knowledge of all the aspects related to managing a property
- You're concerned about the amount of time you have to invest in managing, marketing and maintaining the property
- You can't personally oversee the property due to the distance between the rental property and your personal home
Property owners who place a premium on their time are the ones who often see the greatest return on their investment in a property manager. The key is to choose a property manager who specializes in your specific type of property, and offers management services to fit your unique needs.
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C & B Realty
8323 Culebra Rd., Suite #103
San Antonio, Tx. 78251
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