Property Management

Are you looking to find a responsible tenant to occupy your vacant home, but don’t know where to begin? Look
no further because your search has stopped. My experience in property management began in 2009 during the
peak of the housing crisis collapse. Many consumers were in the process of losing their homes or had already lost
their homes. Working in a B-class multi-family property allowed me to interact with a wide range of
demographics, ethnicities, income levels, and walks of life. I catered my personality with a humble heart and
compassionate ear while balancing the transaction logistics by being consultative and encouraging at the same
time.

Finding a trustworthy property manager to protect one of your largest financial investments is vitally important to
avoid the inconveniences and disruptions of defaulted rent and create a steady cash flow of passive income for
landlords. My role is to be the conduit between the tenant and landlord by building rapport with the tenants to
ensure open communication and overseeing the daily operations of tenant management and property maintenance.

My services are multi-faceted and span a wide range of responsibilities to include:

◈Price analysis to set rental rate
◈Marketing property through online advertisement and explaining the amenities and benefits of property to their lifestyle needs
◈Showing vacant homes
◈Collecting rent through ePay
◈Procuring qualified tenants
◈Tenant screening to verify credit, criminal, income verification, and rental references
◈Managing complaints and enforcing lease policies
◈Filing evictions and appearing in court
◈Managing maintenance requests
◈Handling repairs and supervising vendor partners to repair the issue
◈Annual property inspections to identify maintenance issues before they become expensive repairs in the future and to ensure compliance
◈Turn over and move out process
◈Property records and accounting
◈And much more!

The leasing fee is a one-time flat fee equivalent to the first month’s rent to cover the costs of marketing to potential tenants such as professional photography, online advertisements across multiple platforms, and finders fee paid to the cross agent. This includes the time to show the property to multiple prospects, managing applications and screening tenants, and any move-in costs. Management fee thereafter is 8% of the total monthly rental income. This amount would be deducted from the gross rental amount prior to funding the landlord’s account.