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 Landlords

 

Our business is to provide our clients with management solutions that help their properties operate smoothly, increase in desirability and enhance investment value. That's why property owners throughout the area depend on us to help achieve their goals of property performance and profitability. Whether your properties are single family homes, duplexes, condos or townhomes our company ensures that your property is well managed to attract and retain tenants.

There are many things to be aware of when you decide to become a landlord.  We have put together a few key points that will get you started.  As you read through these items you either will find that you are up for the task of being a landlord or not.  Either way we want to help you.  We can customize our packages to fit your individual needs.

Our managment packages include;

Rent up only services; We market, show, tenant screening and provide leases for a suitable propsect.  Then we turn the property over to you to collect the rents and manage.

Full Property Management; Includes marketing, showing, tenant screening, leases, 24/7 emergency line, service issue response, repairs, bi-annual interior inspections, monthly drive bys, bill pay and much more.

Trust Accounts
Landlords must place their security deposits into an escrow account or trust account and provide the tenant with written notice as to where the deposits are being maintained. After the tenancy ends, the landlord may keep all interest earned by the security deposits, unless the lease provision states otherwise.

Refundable Deposits
Remember fees are not refundable and deposits are refundable. Make sure you aren't charging illegal fees. The rental agreement must outline what the deposit can be used for and what the tenant must do to receive a return of the deposit at the end of the lease agreement. The landlord must provide each tenant with a written receipt for the deposit. 

 

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Residential Landlord Tenant Act

Landlord Duties

Smoke Detection Devices

How fast does a landlord need to
respond to a tenant?

Illegal acts by a landlord