I'm from Pennsylvania, so I can't manage your property and can't refer you to anyone that I know, but I do know Cherry Hill. Interview several managers and find out if they only do single family homes or also multi-unit and Section 8 and also if they cover multiple counties or just focus on your area. Make sure you hire the one that is focused otherwise other challenging clients will take the time away from your property. Plan to pay one month to find a tenant and 8-10% of the monthly rent for the management services. As a Rookie Landlord, you'll find that a property manager overall is cheap compared with learning the business and doing the legwork yourself. PM's are also tax deductible. Good luck.