The current market demands a more aggressive approach to marketing a single family rental property. Gone are the days of simply putting a “For Rent” sign in the yard, pricing it at the high end of the rent rate range (maybe even higher), and it actually renting in 21 days or less. Now, the property
Feedback from showing agents is very important to our part of the industry. Providing quality feedback about the property and the showing process helps us better understand the continuously evolving preferences and expectations of potential tenants. Your input plays a pivotal role in helping us, and the property owner, better understand any issues from
Single-family residential property management is a challenging endeavor due to a variety of factors. It requires a skillset that blends customer service, attention to detail, and an understanding of both property maintenance and real estate market trends. Rent Collection is Only Part of It Firstly, managing a single-family home involves more than just collecting rent.
Managing rental properties calls for a conscientious balance between ensuring the satisfaction of tenants and the maintenance of the property’s value. One of the key strategies to achieve this balance is through regular occupied property reviews. We call them property reviews and not inspections, because neither we, nor our inspection partner, are licensed inspectors and
We’ve been preaching that property management is a specialization to be taken seriously. Unfortunately, all that’s required in Texas to manage property is a broker to be responsible for the function. More should be required in order to be a property manager due to the complexity of the job and the liabilities associated with doing