Every year, more and more owners become satisfied clients of Avery-Hess, Realtors' property management because we give you and your property the service and attention you deserve!
We work hard on your behalf, striving to create the best possible situation for you and your tenant(s). Our goal is to ensure your tenants are happy, responsible, and reliable individuals who will take proper care of your investment.
What are our objectives for meeting this goal?
- Rent collection
- Establishment of an escrow account for the security deposit, and making all payments, including mortgage, taxes, repairs, homeowner association/condo fees, etc. (if requested by owner)
- Providing 1099 statements for tax purposes
- Automatic generation of late notices to tenants
- Consistently tracking lease status and expiration dates to prepare for renewal or new tenant search
- Strictly adhering to local, state and federal regulations regarding fair treatment of tenants
- Maintaining contact with each tenant, responding quickly to questions or problems
- Representing the owner in any disputes, including court representation
- Informing the tenant when their lease is nearing completion, and, if desired by the owner, offering renewal to the existing tenant
- Ensuring all issues are resolved upon tenant vacancy
- Handling security deposit issues as needed
When you let Avery-Hess, Realtors manage your property, you can rest easy knowing that it will be managed effectively, efficiently, and with care, because we treat each property like it was our own.
Thank you for the opportunity to add my response to Kristine's public comments made regarding our management services.... When she came to us to manage her property, she disclosed she had just fired her management company for accounting reasons! I'll get to the jist of her reasons behind this posting.... She recently returned to occupy her unit, the vacating tenant had broken a bedroom mirrored sliding door. I told her that we were charging the tenant for the broken door from the tenants security deposit in accordance with the lease. I had a contractor order a new door. The new door didn't arrive until after Kristine, the owner, re-occupied the premises, which, in addition to the time it took to received, installation was also delayed by her standing up the contractor that agreed to meet her on a Saturday as requested by her. By this time, the funds that had been taken from the tenants security deposit had been credited to Ms. Roger's along with her account reserves in order to close out her account with our firm. She is now refusing to pay the contractors invoice claiming that she didn't know that the funds returned included the contractors amount although it was clearly marked on her owner statement. She is simply refusing to cover the invoice.