There are some really great deals out there in the foreclosure market, but buyers need to ask whether owning a property with an unmarketable title is what they really want, because that’s what buying a foreclosure could very well translate into.
How can an investor know if the professional property manager they are employing is getting them the best bang for the buck with maintenance services? In this the last of a 3 part Blog, we will discuss the difference between the use of corporate and non-corporate service companies.
In shopping for a professional, property management company, a candidate tells you that it sub-contracts for all maintenance services. Is this a good thing? How can you know? We will answer these questions in this second part of a 3 part BLOG.
Do you own real estate that you would like to have professionally managed? Your selection of a property manager could be the difference between whether your investment succeeds or fails.
As a property manager, have you ever been unjustifiably accused by a landlord or tenant of not clearly or sufficiently communicating? If so, it’s not an uncommon charge. But it hurts when you hear it, whether justified or not. So how do you avoid it?