Great Reasons To Engage A Professional Property Manager
Great Reasons to Engage a Professional Property Manager
A professional property manager can manage the day-to-day needs of your rental property, minimizing
vacancies, and maximizing income. Rental property managers handle the marketing of your property and screen
for the best possible tenants to fill those vacancies. They can coordinate routine and emergency repairs, negotiate
trash removal, and handle security, grounds keeping, and janitorial contracts. Property managers solicit bids from
prospective vendors and recommend an appropriate vendor to the property owner, or landlord. Property managers
handle rental agreements, collect rent, and respond to requests from tenants.
Property managers might also be called real estate managers since they help property owners to optimize an
important investment. They are familiar with local, state, and federal laws. They perform background checks to
prevent bad tenants from renting your property, and can help you evict a problem tenant if needed. Property
managers handle payables, making sure that rent is collected, insurance premiums are paid, and that mortgages,
taxes, and payroll bills are handled on time. Usually a property manager is located near your property, so they are
available to show your property to potential tenants. This is an advantage if you are no longer living in the area. An
effective local property manager is proactive, identifying problems and correcting them before they impact your
• There are over 115,000,000 housing units in the United States.
• Almost 1/3 of all U.S. housing is rented.
• 60% of U.S. rental housing is owned by individual landlords.
• Almost 60% of all housing is detached single family homes.
In short, property managers help you make the most
from your rental property and they can save you time.
-St eel Valley Property Management LLC.
Contact: Laurel A. Soukup
Leasing Office: (740) 346-2122