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Joseph is very dedicated to do whatever needs to be done to rent the property. I am very satisfied with his performance.Aug 8, 2013Verified
Joseph manages 2 single-unit properties for a 3-person partnership I am part of. Joseph is good to the owners, good to the tenants, and takes care of everything so I as an owner don't have to do anything. Plus I'm kept constantly informed. He studies each rental market before setting a price and works hard to find a renter.Feb 9, 2015
The Piermans are the worst property managers we have had in 16 years of owning our rental. They will promise they do their due diligence before moving a tenant in. The 2 tenants they placed in my unit had no previous rental history. One was suppose to be starting a job in about a week (but never did start that job). The other works from home. HA - no. My rental became the party unit for the high schoolers in the neighborhood. There was partying that started around 7 AM and quit about 11 pm. The police came out to talk to these tenants about public indecency, after a neighber filed a complaint about activity in the parking area. My phone calls and text messages to the Pierman's got me a couple of nasty notes from Joseph. He thinks by using MISDIRECTION and trying to put the blame off - make you the bad guy, that he can bully you into letting your property be misused and abused. You, the owner, are suppose to go quietly into the night and not bother them with the happenings of anything the tenants are doing. Joseph and Cindy did absolutely nothing to resolve the many issues created because of their choice of tenants. The tenants friends traffic was so dangerous and noisy. Cars blocking the view of the main street for other residents pulling out of the driveway. Let alone, your place being turned into a parking lot of high schoolers and on average 15 people at a time, everyday, all day, in your 1 bath unit and all the problems this implies. The tenants were in the unit 34 days. They were asked to leave and chose to do so to keep their record clear of an eviction notice. Joseph and Cindy are as bad as it can get for a property owner. I am writing this in hope of keeping others from becoming victims of these two ruthless property managers. This mess cost me thousands $$$ when you consider time for getting the unit rented originally, time needed for clean-up after tenants moved out, time to hire another property manager time back on the market to find another tenant and to have to pay the FEE to another property manager, a fee of about $700.00 on average to the new PM for finding new tenants. Do you think I even got so little as a note saying We are sorry for the way this turned out??? NO!! I got nothing! Not a word from them and especially from Joseph who can't keep his mouth shut when you need his help. And, of course they collected all their property management fees. None of what I am saying here now takes into consideration what mental stress all this brought to me while it was happening.Aug 27, 2015
License Type: Real Estate - Broker/Officer (CA)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We do not charge any of the additional fees typically charged by other companies. All you will ever pay is a percentage of collected rent. We do not charge additional for setup fees, tenant placement, coordinating maintenance, property inspections, and have no other hidden fees of any kind.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We will start by answering any questions you may have about renting your property in general and about our services specifically. This can be done in person or by email/phone call. The next step is to view the house and to meet in person if that is an option for you. Once you are prepared to move forward we will sign a management agreement. We will always keep you in the loop throughout the management process.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Continuing education is critical to success in this industry, and is something that I devote a lot of effort towards. Continuing education is required every few years to maintain licensing, but it is common for most agents to wait until the last minute and then fulfill the minimum requirement. For me, education is a way of life. I am always reading books on business and property management and stay on top of new laws that effect my profession. Fair housing law, especially, is a constantly evolving section of law that is very important for property managers to keep up on.