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What to Expect from Your Landlord Consultation Appointment with Linchpin Property Management
As a landlord, one of the things that should concern you the most, is choosing the right property management company. This begins with a landlord consultation appointment, where you interview the property management company, and the property management company interviews you.
If you think about it, you are placing your most valuable asset in someone’s hands. We are sure you value your investment, and expect a high degree of customer service.
Whether you are in Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Sanford, Lillington, Spring Lake, Raeford, Fort Bragg, or anywhere in the area, we can help you.
What makes us different, as a property management company, is our approach to bringing landlords onboard.
We value the landlord consultation appointment, because it is the point at which you as a property owner can interview us as a property management company.
Second, it allows us to gauge whether or not, as a property management company, we can help manage your property, and meet your property investment goals. Think of the appointment as a first date. If we can’t help each other, it is best we part ways early.
So how does your property consultation appointment work?
First, it starts with scheduling your consultation appointment for property management services with us. As you will see in the form, our questions are really extensive.
By filling out the form completely, it allows is to gather important information about your property you want us to manage.
Other residential property management companies merely base everything off a phone call, with no data. In our opinion, this is a disservice to you as a property owner in Fayetteville, NC.
During your appointment, we will gather some additional data about you, as well as your property. Additionally, you will be able to ask us any questions you desire about our property management company.
Second, we meet with you at the property to discuss our thoughts. While the consultation provides us with some information, there is nothing like boots on the ground.
When we arrive at your property, we will look at the condition of the property, as well as anything that needs to be changed.
If tenants are currently in the property, we may ask that we wait until the move out inspection to look at your property. Alternatively, we will ask that you show the rental property when the tenant is not present. This allows us to speak frankly with you, and not being filtered because the tenant is present.
Based upon our viewing of your property, as well as the information we gathered during our consultation with you, we will provide you on the way ahead on how we will manage your property.
If you think about it, no property management company can give you information about rental rates, as well as anything related to your property, without doing a boots on the ground assessment.
This assessment by the property management company should start with a comprehensive intact program.
If you look at other property management companies, and evaluate their approach, many won’t do this.
At Linchpin Property Management, we treat your property as an asset. What that means, is to truly manage your portfolio, we have to have this information.
Successful property management mandates that we do this during your appointment, and we won’t compromise for the sake of expediting the process.
It would be a disservice to you, as well as your property investment.
The Team at Linchpin Property Management.