Do you own an investment property that you’re renting out and you are currently handling all the chores of being a landlord yourself? Are you thinking of investing in rental properties but you are not sure if you are up to the task of being a landlord? If you have answered yes to any of the above questions, you should think about hiring a professional property management firm to take the work off your shoulders.

Here are the different things that a property management company can do for you;

  • Setting the right rental rate: You can always ballpark this figure by looking through the classifieds but a good property management company actually will conduct market research to ensure that the right rental price is assigned to your property. This makes sure that you have a great balance between maximizing your monthly income and keeping a low vacancy rate.
  • Collecting the rent: One of the most difficult aspects of being a landlord is the fact that you have to collect the rent. Property management firms have efficient and tried and tested systems that will do a great job of collecting the rent and also maintaining on-time payments.
  • Marketing and advertising your rental unit: When vacancies occur, you will want the rental unit to be occupied as quickly as possible. A professional property management group has all the experience it needs to market your property and do so in such a way that the rental is occupied at the earliest.
  • Finding and managing tenants: The property management firm will take the work out of finding and managing tenants for you. This means screening new tenants for criminal checks and credit checks, collecting references, and also getting the lease signed. After the home has been occupied, the property management company will handle routine and emergency maintenance, and also inspections.
  • Managing relationships with contractors and other vendors: Do you have a deep seated relationship with all the maintenance workers, tradesmen, contractors, suppliers and vendors needed to properly manage your rental? These can include local, state and federal regulations, along with fair housing regulations like Americans with Disability Acts. A property manager can keep you out of hot water by keeping your property up-to-date and in compliance with all the different acts.
  • Allowing you to invest from afar: If you’ve moved to a place where investing in rental units doesn’t make sense, you might think that investing in SFR’s or other rental property isn’t possible. If you have a good property management company by your side, you will not be so limited in your choices.

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