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Thank you for considering Neighborhood Realty LLC for property management services. I am confident that you will not find a more professional team than the one we have here. We provide all marketing and advertising without asking for any out-of-pocket money from you. We show the property, take applications, run credit, screen applicants, prepare the lease, and conduct the move-in inspection.

For all these advertising and leasing services, we ask for a procurement fee equal to the amount of 1 month's rent. The fee comes with a prorated guarantee that warrants you will receive 12 rental payments, and if you don't, we will credit you on a prorated basis.

Ongoing, we manage all aspects of the property for a monthly fee of 6% of the income. We don't have a renewal fee like other companies. We don't charge to do inspections, go to court, etc. These are the only fees you incur; and neither come out of pocket. All fees are deducted from income.


Mcdonough, GA 30252

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Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.

A. We consult with owners to make their property marketable for leasing or selling. We arrange any repairs necessary. We represent owners as the broker for leasing or selling. We help negotiate real estate transactions (leasing or selling). We monitor all transactions with the client till completion.

Q. Describe three recent jobs you've completed.

A. Brokered sale of home we have managed 2 years in Covington at above list price.
Brokered purchase of home in Covington for investor for purpose of managing for investor client.
Brokered sale of home in McDonough we have managed for 2 years for landlord client.

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. Find out if your provider is in property management because the sales market is poor. Are they really qualified managers with years of experience in managing property? How do managers eliminate the problems with non payment from tenants?

Q. Do you do any sort of continuing education to stay up on the latest developments in your field?

A. As a licensed Georgia Real Estate Broker I am required to complete 24 hours of continuing education prior to renewing my license periodically.

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