Precision Property Managment LLC
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Hired 8 times
21 years in business
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When looking to replace my prior management company I called Precision and 3 others to see how they operated. Joe took the time to answer all my questions in detail and provided me with additional information about a few things that I hadn't even thought to ask about. While the company is only a few years old they have been in the business for over 15 years and have their own maintenance guys and some regular contractors they work with to take care of any problems. The fact that they have an online portal for their clients, both owners and renters, was huge for me since I live out of state - I don't have to call anyone to get an update I can just log in at any time and see who has paid, what bills are outstanding, and what maintenance requests were made. As an added benefit Bill even helped me get rid of my prior management company, who was being very difficult about the whole thing. I'm looking forward to working with Precision for years to come. They provide me with full management services at a reasonable price, and have made my life much easier.Nov 19, 2015Verified
Very happy with Joe and his team at Precision.Oct 27, 2015Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We generally charge 6-10% of gross rents collected depending on the property type and location (we don't get paid if we don't collect rent). In addition to management, we have a maintenance team and a leasing team. Finally, since we have a licensed attorney as part of our team we can also do evictions. We are a true full service property management company.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?When we get a new customer we try to match their specific needs with our experience to get the best possible service. Each service contract can be tailored to best serve the client.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We have a Connecticut Home Improvement license, Community Association Management license (required by law to manage condominiums), and a Real Estate Broker's license (required by law to earn a fee on the rental of real estate). Many companies offer services they are not allowed to perform by state law. It's important to always inquire as to what licenses a management company possesses.