Technology has changed the world we live in – and the property management industry is no different. If you own a rental property, or if you’re considering turning a current home into an investment property, you need to be aware of how tech is making the property management more efficient. You also need to make sure that your property manager is making the most of these opportunities to help you … [Continue reading] about 5 Ways Technology Is Making Property Management More Efficient
Once you’ve made the decision to invest in a rental property, you’ll want to find a qualified, professional property manager to help you make the most of your investment. Here are five things you should check before hiring a property manager in the Treasure Valley. #1: Is their website useful, comprehensive, easy to navigate? For most, a website is the first impression when searching … [Continue reading] about 5 things to Consider When Hiring a Property Manager in the Treasure Valley
Getting the most out of your investment property means understanding your unique needs as an investor. It’s also important to partner with a property manager who knows how to help you reach your goals. What Should My Property Manager Cover? You work hard for your money and equally as hard to decide how/where/when to invest it. If real estate is your avenue of choice for investment, you want to … [Continue reading] about Not all investors are created equal.
Communication can make or break any relationship. This is especially true when it comes to property management. From tenant repairs and new leases, to recommendations for improving profit margins on your rental – effective communication is key to success. No one wants to be in the dark; and when they are - things get messy, confusing, and frustrating. Here are three key areas where you want to … [Continue reading] about Communication & Property Management
Vacancies are always at the forefront of any investors mind when it comes to property management. Each quarter, local property managers who are also members of NARPM (National Association of Property Management) contribute to and compile data collected for Ada and Canyon county in order to see the trending vacancy rates in our Treasure Valley. You can view the full report here, Q2 2019 Vacancy … [Continue reading] about Vacancy Report – Q2 2019