Fort Lowell Realty and Property Management
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
They should understand that management fees, in reality, are not the main factor when trying to maximize your returns on your property. Below are the main factors that can be influenced by your management company. Income Occupancy - Our occupancy rates are 95%, during Covid-19. This is higher than average market. If we rent your home just one month longer than our competitor, then we've already essentially paid for ourselves. Expenses: Maintenance - There must be a maintenance department in the company if you want to ensure that there's an active role and understanding when overseeing maintenance issues with your property. Having "preferred vendors" is no substitute. Turnovers: You want as few turnovers as possible because that means less leasing fees, higher occupancy and less turnover costs for the unit itself. That why having a property manager who actually leased with your tenant and talks to your tenant matters. Through a better relationship with the manager and with our superior maintenance performance your tenant will have less reasons to move.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Jim Collopy (Designated Broker) - Licensed Contractor, BOMA license Bob Collopy (Associate Broker) - Minor in Real Estate, earned a CPM through IREM.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?