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I agree with Steven. Do your homework on any property management company you choose. If you would like to discuss the management team with the company I work for please give me a call. And after we discuss my management company, still do exactly as Steven reccomends and read the contract. I would also reccomend getting a list of cost and services provided from several companies not just my company. so give me a call and I will reccomend at least one or two others you may choose to compare.
3042 S. Durango Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89117
David Cooper Las Vegas Real Estate Investor in Bank Owned Foreclosures. For FReee List email:
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There are no good management companies. I would never recommend one. Look in the phone book and check them out. I cannot tell you how many times my clients have been burnt by great management companies.
That be said. None will care for the property as you would. All of them eat into your bottom line. All have fees that you did not expect both start up and exit costs.
Look for the total cost to enter their services. Some charge a monthly fee. Some only on the gross incoming rent. Some have no start up fee but keep the 1st month's rent. Typically, the monthly cost will be 15% to 4% of the gross rent after the 1st month. The more the fee, does not mean the better the service.
Look at the total exit fee. Some keep the last month's rent if you choose to exit the company even if the contract is up.
Many add a "fee" to the repair costs to add to their bottom line instead of passing the bill for repair direct to you. Many will not show you the original bill and charge you what they can get from the owner for a repair or cleanup.
Get all contracts in writing and do not deviate from the terms.
Good luck locating a management company. I wish you well.
Please contact me immediately if you know a person that cannot make their mortgage payments. I will work with them to avoid foreclosure or bankruptcy at no charge or fees to them.
Steven Goldman, CRS
Certified Short Sale Professional (CSP)
GRI, ABR, SRES, CNHS, PM, CCI
Realty One Group
Las Vegas, NV 89135
Web Site: http://www.teamgoldman.info
It's important to note that some companies have more than 1 property manager. A stable company with accounting and support staff is one part of the equation. Having a dedicated, responsive and "hands on" manager is the other part.
Damon Botticelli, Silver State Realty & Investments
Realtor & Property Manager
All the Best!!
Over 18 years experience
This is an area of Real Estate that I get asked the question about very frequently. You need to do as much research as you can and when you think you've found the right company keep asking questions. Leasing companies are everywhere in this town. Just like everything in life, you're going to have to find the right fit for you.
Penny O'Brien with Simply Vegas