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I've used Enterprise Property Mgmnt now for about 6 months. Everything has been managed very professionally. My agent, Paula Klingman, has been very responsive and responsible. I'm a long distance landlord...and in my absence I very much appreciate the care and attention to my property and my renter.Jan 4, 2015Verified
Out of the 2 months we've been working together, it never seems like they are transparent with me. I have to proactively email them to get updates and remind them of tasks they said they'd take care of. They replaced my property manager without telling me, and I had to contact them to ask why I wasn't getting a response. I can't help but feel like I can't trust these people managing my property given the track record so far. I want to believe they have my best interests, but it feels more transactional and I'm not a client they care about. Sometimes I email questions and I never get a response back. I just don't understand how you could do that to a new client.Jan 25, 2019Verified
Just starting with them, but so far happy with their servicesJan 22, 2018
Great to work with.Oct 19, 2017
Excellent Service.Apr 2, 2016Verified
- What types of customers have you worked with?When it comes to property management, we literally do it all! Our clients typically own one or two rental properties. Many are not real estate investors, but are instead individuals that have become landlords as a result a job transfer or inheritance. So more often than not, they have no experience as a landlord. That's where we come in. We do everything for them. That includes preparing the property for rent, advertising for new tenants, showing the property, screening applicants, and moving them in. Once a tenant moves in, we continue providing our client excellent service by collecting rent, coordinating repairs, along with resolving any issues that may arise from time to time.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?All property managers are NOT the same! In California, you must have a real estate license to manage properties for a fee. As a result of the real estate crisis, many real estate sales agents have reinvented themselves as property managers. Because property management is skill and California landlord tenant laws are complex, real estate sales agents who are trying to earn extra money by managing properties until the sales market rebounds, may not be your best property management choice. I recommend you try to find a true licensed property manager that specializes in property management. Doing so is relatively easy to do. When interviewing property managers, you should simply ask how long they have been managing properties and how many properties they have managed.