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Gadsden Property Managers

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I will manage your properties, do monitors for all repairs and complete all minor repairs. I make all collections for rent and general oversee of aspects.

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I am a property manager who reaches out to prospects to assist in finding them a home. On the other end, I help realtors market their houses, businesses, commercial buildings, etc. What makes my business great is that I have been in the property management for over 10 years and still have the passion for what I do. This is not just a job for me; it's something I love doing.

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We specialize in overseeing the rental property, finding qualified tenants, sign leases and renewals, collect rent, provide quality maintenance personnel, perform monthly inspections and background checks and if need to be filed for all legal paperwork for removal.

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We handle the problems of collecting rent, and keeping an eye on your investment. We screen the tenants. We do a walk through periodically to inspect the inside of your property. We give a two-day notice before inspections. We have a great contract to cover problems with tenants. We handle the eviction of the tenants from your property. Call me today to manage your investments. We charge 10% or minimum $50.

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We have been in business for 15 years. We provide all types of property management and landscaping needs. No job is too big or too small.

Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What does a property management company do?

Property management companies manage the rental of residential homes, apartments, condos, commercial spaces and retail spaces. Property managers can oversee just a single unit or many properties, whether those sites are inhabited full-time or are vacation rentals. A property management company helps a property owner or landlord find tenants; collects rent; takes care of accounting, property maintenance and repairs; handles on-site management; and manages vacation rental check-in and checkout tasks. Although many property owners or landlords successfully manage their own rental real estate, a property management company can help you handle tenant issues and maintenance problems, especially if you are not located in the same city or state. Most property management companies deal with tenants directly, and their tasks include:

  • Marketing the rental property
  • Collecting rent
  • Handling repair problems
  • Responding to tenant complaints
  • Evicting tenants  

A property management company may be a good choice for property owners who have several investment properties, live far away from the rental property, or don’t have time for hands-on management.

Why is property management important?

A property management company can be a landlord’s greatest asset. As a neutral third party, the property manager handles the day-to-day operations of a real estate investment, from a single vacation home to a large apartment building or several rental properties. A property management company can be especially helpful to landlords who own several units and can’t manage each of them individually, or those who live too far from their investment properties to meet with renters and oversee maintenance. Property management is particularly important if your rentals are part of an affordable housing program. To receive financial assistance from the government, the landlord must comply with a complicated set of rules; property management companies should have both experience and expertise in complying with the rules specific to each housing program.

Do property managers need to be licensed?

The licensing requirements for property managers vary from state to state, but many states require property managers to have a real estate broker’s license and in some cases be a legal resident of a state. Property management may not be specified in a state real estate statute, but according to the Institute of Real Estate Management their activities may include advertising the availability of a rental property, discussing a property management agreement with an owner, negotiating leases, showing a rental property and collecting rents.

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