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These are the things I look for in the management of my own investment properties, as well as have learned from industry experience:
How do you advertise rentals? What do you charge as a "finders fee"? How many other properties do you manage? Do you have a backup if you are unavailable? How do you screen renters? How do you handle repairs? How do you handle nonpayments - i.e. late fees, worst case scenario evictions?
They should have a payment schedule, send you monthly statements with your checks, and any repair receipts. You should agree to "approving" all repairs over a specified amount and they may set aside a specified amount to cover unexpected repairs. If it is a major repair (roof replacement, decking) always get a second opinion!!!
Last, but not least you should have current copies of any rental contracts and background checks at all times. If you allow pets, I recommend you have pictures of the pets on file with the contract.
Look for someone who already has an inventory of homes for rent in your area, as they will already be talking to tenants.
Try Red Door company, Jeffry & Company or Apple Realty.