04 Oct Is a Property Manager Necessary?
If you ever wondered just what a professional property manager does or why one might be necessary, you’ve come to the right place. Here at MLM, we offer professional property management services to a variety of clients. Some landlords are struggling to deal with the stresses of property management because they just don’t know help is out there, in for the form of a manager such as MLM.
Other landlords have already made the switch to using professional property managers and they’ve done so with positive results. The following infographic shares some of their feedback.
A property manager is responsible for the maintenance and management of a physical building or property, which takes a great deal of stress off the landlord. To be a property manager, it helps if one has a background in a field such as business, architecture or real estate. Folks from these backgrounds are better equipped to handle the variety of issues that may arise from time to time in the life of a property manager.
Residential property managers are responsible for things like tenant applications, rent collection and managing building budgets. Other property related responsibilities may include things like handling emergency calls, coordinating maintenance workers, property inspections and building renovations. Landlords don’t always have time or know-how to deal with these issues in a professional way, so hiring a professional property manager can be of great help to them.
At MLM professional property management is our ONLY business. If this is something you’d like to learn more about, we’d love to hear from you. Please give us a call at (310) 220-4495 or visit our website to learn more about Metropolitan Leasing and Management! We are always happy to consult, free of charge to offer you advice about how to proceed with your home or property.