If you own rental property, you might be wondering if you should hire a property manager to handle the day-to-day tasks and responsibilities of your investment. A property manager can be a valuable asset for landlords who want to save time, money, and stress, but they also come with a cost and some potential drawbacks. In this blog post, we discuss the pros and cons of hiring a property manager, and help you decide if it is the right choice for you.
What Does a Property Manager Do?
A property manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of a rental property. This includes tasks such as finding and screening tenants, collecting rent, handling maintenance and repairs, and enforcing lease agreements.
They also act as a liaison between the landlord and tenants, handling any disputes or issues that may arise. Essentially, a property manager takes care of all the details so that the landlord can focus on other aspects of their business or personal life. Read more.
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- Should I Hire a Property Manager?
- Steadily Landlord Insurance Overview
- Property Management Fees Calculator
- Setting Up a Lease – Video Extra
- Tenant Move-In Process – Video Extra
- The Ultimate Landlord Toolkit
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