“KNOW WHAT YOU OWN, AND KNOW WHY YOU OWN IT.”
– Peter Lynch
We manage all types of property including residential, commercial, industrial, AND vacation rentals AND, THROUGH HOME WATCH™ Services, we PROVIDE peace of mind to those who own a second home.
Home Watch™ Services
Why Work With Our Property Managers?
Whether you’re just around the corner or investing from abroad, our common sense solutions, unique approach, and broad experience set our management and advisory services apart. As real estate investors with a growing and mixed rental investment portfolio, we are aware of ever-changing property conditions facing buyers, landlords, sellers, and tenants. We would like to put our experience to work for you, too.
SOLUTIONS YOU CAN COUNT ON
Whether you’re just around the corner or investing from abroad, our common-sense solutions, unique approach, and broad experience set our management and advisory services apart. As real estate investors with a growing and mixed rental investment portfolio, we are aware of ever-changing property conditions facing buyers, landlords, sellers, and tenants. We would like to put our experience to work for you, too.
READY TO START? IF SO, GIVE US A CALL AT 1-888-949-9266.
How Do Our Property & Asset Managers Help Rental Investors?
market properties & 3D Virutal Tours
Collect & Deposit Rent Payments
Entity Management, Tax Preparation & Filings
Owner and Tenant Portals
paid listing promotion on Social Media
Compliance with laws
Reduce administrative burden
Property Maintenance & vendor management
Multiple Property Discounts
find & approve qualified tenants
reduce vacancy rates & improve cashflow
Eviction Process Handling
property Accounting & Reporting
real estate investor education
...and much more. As a family office focused on rental investing we know first-hand what services clients demand. Ready to start? If so, give us a call at 1-888-949-9266.
CLIENT REVIEWS FROM THE WEB
Property Management Questions & Answers
Is RentalInvesting.com Licensed To Manage Property?
Yes, RentalInvesting.com is a licensed real estate brokerage located in the State of Florida. Our license can be verified and validated by going to MyFloridaLicense.com.
License Number: CQ1057833
IS RENTALINVESTING.COM INSURED?
Yes, RentalInvesting.com is insured. We carry a standard business owner’s policy for property management companies and carry errors and omissions coverage in the unlikely event we make a mistake or damage a rental investment in the ordinary course of business.
When do we pay property owners?
In general, we collect lease payments from the first of the month until the fifth of each month. All disbursements to owners are sent on the fifteenth of each month. Refer to your property management contract for specific terms and conditions.
How soon can RENTALINVESTING.COM start managing OUR PROPERTY?
Depending on the situation, we can start working with clients as soon as we agree on terms, execute a property management agreement, and onboard your rental investment into our platform. This process can take as little as 48 hours.
Who is responsible for the property maintenance?
We require all rental investing clients to enroll in a minimum maintenance plan. The plan covers labor for small “handy-man” type tasks for rentals. This keeps tenants happy, allows for more frequent monitoring of the property, and provides a better investor experience overall.
DoES RENTALINVESTIG.COM have a business continuity policy?
Absolutely. We have developed a business continuity policy and succession plan to ensure a smooth transition in our property management business in the event that one or more of our key persons becomes unable to discharge their duties or in the event of a major disaster that prevents us from conducting business as usual.
How DOES RENTALINVESTING.COM COLLECT rental payments?
We collect lease payments starting from the 1st to the 5th of each month. Lease payments are collected by ACH, check, wire, credits card and other forms of payment. The mission is to have a 100% on-time collection rate.
Who holds tenant security deposits?
We hold all security deposits in a non-interest bearing account and ensure that all laws, regulations and rules regarding tenant security deposits are followed.
Do owners receive contact information for tenants?
We will not share any of your contact information with tenants and likewise tenant information with you unless necessary. Tenants with this information tend to circumvent the property manager, defeating part of the purpose of hiring one in the first place.
What happens if my tenant doesn’t pay?
If a tenant defaults on their lease payment obligation we will work with the tenant quickly to find a resolution. If we are unable to find a solution or the tenant is unable to make the lease payment, we will resolve to remove the tenant through a friendly eviction, if unsuccessful, our team will proceed with an eviction and pursue lost rental payments and other associated fees. Additional fees may apply for tenant evictions.
What type of financial reports will I receive?
We provide rental investors with comprehensive financial statements on-demand. However, we will also send monthly statements that show detailed financial activity such as, but not limited to: gross income, expenses, work orders, repairs, and invoices. At the end of each calendar year, we will mail you all tax reporting forms required by state and federal law.
What are the property management pricing & fees?
Our fees are transparent and are located in our lease management agreement. All residential and commercial properties will also require a minimum maintenance plan. The maintenance plans vary depending on the property size, location, and condition. Please refer to the fee schedule located in our property management agreement.
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