We have a robust Anne Arundel County Property Management system that is proven to help protect your property while yielding the highest possible financial return. Whether you are an individual rental property owner or a seasoned investor, we take over the work of being a landlord so you don’t have to deal with the hassle and headaches. We handle all Anne Arundel County residential property types including single family, multifamily, townhouses, and apartments, and we’re available to service your property 7 days a week. Our standard program includes an array of professional property management services to help your investment in real estate be successful.
Your property will be advertised to over 20 different rental websites to ensure maximum exposure to prospective renters.
We’ll perform background checks on prospective renters to ensure we select a quality tenant. Our background screening includes credit, criminal, eviction and sexual offender histories.
As we receive responses to our advertisements on your property, we’ll follow up with prospective tenant leads to answer their questions and arrange a private showing. Prospects are always accompanied by one of our associates or a licensed real estate agent from another firm.
The cornerstone of the landlord/tenant relationship is the lease agreement. We’ll prepare a professional lease agreement that is written to protect your investment.
Multiple inspections are conducted throughout the year to ensure your asset’s protection.
You have access to your account 24 hours a day through our secure Owner Portal. Through the Owner Portal, you can download your monthly and/or yearly statements, view your lease documentation (Lease Agreements and Management Agreement), and view maintenance invoices.
We’ll collect the rent from your tenants each month and we offer them the convenience of paying online at no additional charge.
We handle all maintenance calls and coordinate repairs with competent professionals. We’ll consult with you and obtain your approval for repairs that exceed a pre-authorized amount.
Investment real estate should be treated like a business. As such, you’ll be provided with monthly cash flow statements, a year end summary statement, and yearly Form 1099-MISC to aid you or your accountant with your tax preparation.