When you own rental property, there’s a lot of responsibility that comes with it. Many property owners often question if the headaches and problems that come with renting out a second property are even worth the money they’re making from their rentals. If you’re one of those people, you shouldn’t second guess your decision to rent out your real estate. Instead, consider hiring a property management company to do all the hard work for you. Here are 4 things a property manager can do for you.
Lease Your Property and Screen Tenants
When you want to lease out your property, it can be difficult to screen tenants, do all the paperwork, and manage the property. At HUNTAHOME, we’re able to do all this for you. We can list your property on the right websites and provide screening services for potential tenants to find the right one for you and your property. When we manage your property, the only thing you have to do is wait for a monthly check.
People who rent out their properties often feel like they need to constantly check on their property to make sure it’s in good condition. A real estate property management company is able to routinely do this for you so you don’t waste your time doing it yourself. HUNTAHOME can walk through your property to inspect everything and take photos for your reassurance. Your property deserves to be properly care for and that’s what we do.
Tenant Eviction Services
Evicting a tenant is never easy. There’s many legal hoops you need to jump through and multiple people are usually involved. For many property owners, it’s a huge headache. If a tenant is being evicted, a property manager can take care of the entire process including removing an evicted tenant’s belongings from the rental property if it comes to that. Our eviction services are fast and reliable.
Repair Work and Contracting
Every rental property will need repairs at some point. That’s just a fact of life. Property managers address such issues that come up and are able to diagnose the problem and determine what needs to be repaired and what kind of contractor needs to be called. If the problem is simple, the property manager is often able to fix the problem over the phone by giving the tenant instructions on what switch to flip or how to screw something back on. This saves time and money for everyone involved.
HUNTAHOME Can Manage Your Rental Property
Do you want to just sit back and wait for a check to come in the mail every month? Are you tired of dealing with tenants and maintaining your property? Then let our property managers at HUNTAHOME manage your property. We offer quality services to both our property owners and their tenants. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our services!