We use several resources for advertising your home to get the most possible exposure. We use high traffic rental websites, our database of applicants, professional yard signs, flyers, specials and other very creative methods of advertising. We also network with local Realtors and Mortgage companies.
There is no out of pocket fee. We collect from the tenant, the first months rent and security deposit. You get the security deposit and we get the first month rent as our fee. Every rent thereafter goes directly to you. Optionally, we can continue on and manage the property on your behalf for an additional fee of $100 per month.
Yes. If we are hired to manage the property on your behalf for the lease term, and the tenant skips out in the first 10 months of the lease or forces us to evict for non-payment, we will replace the tenant at no additional cost. However, if the tenant gives proper written notice to terminate the lease the correct way, and is paid up to date, we will charge the usual placement fee.
We offer you a free, no obligation consultation at your property. At this time you will meet with a Leasing Agent. He/She will consider your mortgage, other rental rates after doing a neighborhood comp., age of property, condition of property, etc. You will then get a fair rental rate. However, this is just a suggestion...you have the final say at what price we will begin marketing your home.
No. It's not necessary that the property be vacant. But we must have access to show the property. We can give the tenant or owner 24 hours notice when we have an appointment and the home must be clean and in "model home condition".
If the property is vacant and move-in ready it generally less than 30 days.
If you are ready to get started simply call us and set up an appointment to meet with one of our Representatives.
You can go to the "RENT MY HOME" page and submit a form to us that goes straight to our general email. Someone will call you back within 24hrs. All you need is a recent mortgage statement showng that you are the owner and mortgage payments are current.