Paramount Realty Solutions, LLC
About this pro
11 years in business
14 hires on Thumbtack
Paramount did a good job finding us a good tenant. However, Paramount did a terrible job managing the property. The only thing that Paramount has regularly done is collect rents and take their fees. We have had to ask or remind Paramount to perform all other basic management functions. Moreover, the tenant has directly complained to us about Paramount. We strongly recommend avoiding Paramount as a property manager. More information about our negative experience will be publicly available soon. We would not be surprised if Paramount responds to this posting by attempting to deflect our criticism by blaming us or blaming other people or blaming the circumstances. Paramount simply does not understand the principles of good customer service, professionalism, or accepting responsibility.Dec 23, 2016
Paramount has been very attentive and communication has been great. We are pleased that we chose this firm to manage our rental property and would not hesitate to recommend them to other property owners and/or prospective tenants..Sep 24, 2015VerifiedFred F.'s reply
Hey Sherri, We appreciate you taking the time to connect with us at this platform and for your kind recommendation.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Paramount Realty Solutions offers a free checklist of what needs to be done to get a property rent ready and compliant with various regulations. This checklist often helps to minimize expenses the Owner thought might be needed to prepare a rent ready property. Paramount Realty Solutions also offers a free rental price evaluation supported by our "Rental Performance Guarantee" that requires our commitment to quickly rent your property.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?While comparing rates and fees is a standard and necessary process, consumers looking to hire a professional property manager should also "reverse shop" the websites of the various property managers. Websites that are hard to navigate can be an indication of the "hidden cost" of property management (i.e. the length of time the property will sit vacant with no rental income). The website should also support secure, on-line applications as well as on-line acceptance of application fees and monthly rent payments.