What’s on the Property Manager’s Mind

1I recently read an interesting blog post by Infolio director, Lauren Staley titled “the average life span of a property manager” according to this post the average time a property manager will stay in a job is 9 months! As a property manager, I found this post interesting. I agree with Lauren that property management can be a thankless job, as she said they are often stuck in the middle and despite their best efforts any problems tend to be blamed on the property manager. Landlord refuses to repair something? “You are the worst property manager ever!” Tenants three days late with rent despite calls and reminders? “You are the worst property manager ever!” And the list goes on. It certainly takes a certain type of person to be a successful property manager. So why don’t we feel like this at Bev Roberts Rentals? I think it comes down to feeling incredibly lucky to work together as a family. We are a family owned and operated business that share a love of leasing and property management. We believe that working together as a family gives us an advantage over our competitors and has been the key to our success.

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If Waldo Never Wanted to be Found, He’d Hide Behind a…

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If you wish to fill the vacancy in your#RentalProperty quickly, potential #tenants need to be able to find you! Most qualified tenants go through a #RealEstateAgent (REA). That means the REA is providing them listings from the MLS. If you are listed “For Rent by Owner”, your property will not be seen. If you want to be listed in MLS, you can list with #BevRobertsRentals via our “listing only” service. www.RobertsRentals.net

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A Vacant Property is a Pimple on the Complexion of your Investment Business.

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When you have a #vacant #rental property, it costs you money each day it sits empty, so it’s important to reduce time between tenants to a bare minimum. Filling a unit with qualified tenants takes more than just putting up a for rent sign in the yard. #BevRobertsRentals is the key to minimizing the time that your rental sits empty. We act quickly and effectively in marketing and attracting prospective tenants who are ready to sign a lease agreement—all without putting your cash flow at further risk.