Although Bill Ayott is from Florida rather than Arizona, his adivce to contact property managers is good. The question is, who would you call? We are not a property managers (been there doen that), however, we know a few homest ones we could refer your way. If you want to send an email with the zip code, we'd be happy to suggest someone.
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Due the the high number of investor volume in the Phoenix market, some companies have taken on more business than they can handle. While growth could be a testament to their strength and quality of service, it could also prove burdensome for your account manager. We have received feedback from past clients stating that a few companies have had issues with providing timely/quality communication and eviction action.
Although you are turning day-to-day operations over to a competent professional, keep in mind that YOU are running a business. Find out how many clients your property manager has, what services they promise, where they are located in relation to your property, what their experience is in your property's subdivision, whether they like promoting the property on the Multiple Listing Service (some companies do not like to do this), how aggressively they market your rental, and, of course, their list of fees.
Choosing your property manager is key to realizing your return on investment. Doing your due diligence will not only help you avoid costly mistakes, it will help you sleep better at night!
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