Property managers are hired to handle the operations, maintenance, and administration of property rentals for an owner.
Not every rental property owner needs to hire a property manager. However, for the right property and the right landlord, professional property management saves time, solves problems, and increases cash flow.
While it makes sense to manage your own property if there is only one house, you have a do-it-yourself mentality, live close to your investment, or have the time.
But the accidental landlord often lives far away from the home, the retired professional may not have the energy, the young investor may not have the experience, and the experienced investor doesn’t have the time.
With all that in mind, here are just a few of the critical tasks Ramona Property Managers, Inc. performs to help:
Marketing & Advertising
Once a price is established we market the property using over 20 online marketing channels to make sure your property is broadcast far and wide
Thorough Tenant Screening
There are several laws that dictate the right way you can market a property and select your next tenant.
Through long experience we have developed a 45 point application verification system including income verification, rental history, criminal background and landlord references.
Ramona Property Managers has a multi-step tried and true system in place to collect rent and maintain on-time payments which is critical to cash flow and saving you time.
Not only will we work to get the best value, we have a licensed General Contractor on staff to oversee any necessary maintenance projects.
From time to time, tenants just don’t work out. Some lose their jobs, while others are irresponsible or a disturbance or nuisance at a property. Some are just better at running a game than you are at figuring it out.
From beginning the process with a proper service of legal notice to removing a tenant through eviction, Ramona Property Managers has knowledge, education and experience to recover possession of your property.
Fair Housing & Compliance
- To protect your property management company, you need to understand and comply with the laws regarding fair housing, commonly known as the Fair Housing Act.
Sadly, there are still many landlords and property managers who don’t know much about the Fair Housing Act. That is why it isn’t uncommon to find landlords and some management companies fighting housing discrimination lawsuits.
The federal fair housing act has 6 protected classes of people legally protected against discrimination. California has 18.
Do you really want to take a chance?
Ramona Property Managers, Inc. guarantees our service will meet or exceed your expectations. We make sure our customers are 100% satisfied and we back up our mission statement with a no questions asked cancellation policy.
If clients ever feel that our professional services aren’t up to their standard, we’ll make it right or cancel the contract without penalty or additional fees.
No questions asked.