Communication and transparency go hand in hand, and when you’re looking for an experienced team to manage your residential property portfolio or your community association.
A good property manager will do the same thing that a good insurance policy does: protect you.
Most boards in HOAs, condo associations, and coops are constrained by strict budgets. The challenge of allocating scarce resources to a growing number of different needs can be daunting. But choosing the lowest bidder when selecting a Miami property management partner can happen by default, and can be plagued by pitfalls.
Making your Miami rental property ready for the market is the important first step in the leasing process. You want to get it rented quickly, for the most money, and to the best tenants. You can’t do that unless it’s well-maintained, clean, and attractive. Showing a property that isn’t rent-ready is a huge mistake. That only turns away high quality renters and extends your vacancy time.