HomeTeam Property Management
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- Gary & Debbie T.
After years of being out of town landlords we decided it was time to seek a property management company. Home Team Property Management was highly recommended. Once the house was vacated they assisted, long distance, with a total renovation and repairs. The contractor they chose and their maintenance team did an outstanding job while keeping within our budget. The house is rented and Home Team handles everything for us at a very reasonable fee. It is no longer a burden to have a rental. We would highly recommend their services.Aug 3, 2015
- BK O.
The Home Team Property Management is the best professional in San Diego! I had to move out of country in a short notice, but meeting this professional team tremendously assisted my family in so many way, not just managing my property. Professional, but extremely polite and personal at the same time. They had a professional photographer took photos of the property a day after signing the contract, no cost to the owner. Within a week signing the contract, the Team had my house rented in a market price. If you have to leave the area for while and don't want to add the extra stress in dealing with your property, seek this outstanding and professional property management team. Thank you Team!Jul 8, 2015
- Paul V.
Property ManagementJul 8, 2015Verified
License Type: Real Estate - Broker/Officer (CA)
- What types of customers have you worked with?Here are is the most common jobs property managers do: Leasing and marketing of property- This step will usually dictate how well your property is going to be taken care of. A leasing and screening process that is through will make sure you have tenants that will pay on time and take care of your property. Rent Collection - This is and should be treated like a business. Here is the simple truth, rent is due on the day the lease states it is, not one day later. Maintenance- This entails not only making sure items are being repaired but it also means keeping costs low when potential repair work is evaluated. Tenant Relations- A good manager should make it an effort to keep good tenants in the property and keeping turnover low. We have several programs in place for current tenants such as newsletters and promotions to keep our owners turn over low.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Do not make decisions solely on cost alone. Make your selection on the quality of service that is provided by your property management. Here are a few things to look out for: Does you property management company have a inspection policy set for your property? If they do how often? Is the inspection done with photos and proper documentation? Does your management company have legally compliant lease agreements and addenda? When were they last updated? Does your management company have actual accounting staff that have a background in accounting or finance? Does the person doing the accounting have any formal accounting training? Does your management company carry adequate insurance and have a proper training program in place for its employees?