Just give me a call and I will meet you at the home. There is no cost for me to market your home, MLS and internet. I only charge when we have it rented. My company manages rentals as a Full Service Property Management. Their are no upfront fees. The charge is 10% per month of the rental rate. Please feel free to call with any questions.
O'Neal and Associates
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O'Neal and Associates
1) Full Service Property Management - a comprehensive program that handles leasing and management of the property with ongoing service - typycally a small lease up fee and monthly fee
2) Lease up only - We screen tenants and lease the property, and turn the property over to you to manage after the first month's rent is collected - typically a small lease up fee
3) For Rent by owner - We market the property for rent and send you interested tenants, We will also screen the tenants that you want to lease to - A low marketing at time of listing
For more details on these options, click on the "Property Management" tab on our website or call/email between 9am - 9pm. We would be happy to give a free quote and market analysis to get you started.
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I would highly recommend finding a quality Property Management company. Not all firms handle property managment; for example my firm Fathom Realty does not. Because of this I can give you some unbiased information.
Find a company that you are going to enjoy working with because they are going ot be taking care of one of your largest financial investments. I have heard great things about Schambs property mangaement, Residential Rental Property Management and also Block and Associate Property Management. You will want to ask them about thier fees and those fees can vary greatly. Ask them if they have a tenant procurement fee and what they charge as a monthly fee to manage the property. You may also find out if they have a program where they find the tenant but you manage the rental property or a program if you find the tenant but want them to handle the management of the property. There are so many options!
Another thing that is important to keep in mind is that if you want to be able to purchase another home and need to count this home as "rented" is that you need a Lease of greater than one year. I would recommend speaking to a lender about it right away so that you are prepared as you move forward with your life plans.
Feel free to call if you would like any questions answered and review my Trulia profile. Best of luck to you!
Rich Realty Group