When you are preparing to hire a property management company, it can be hard to make the right choice. At All County Property Management, it’s our goal to simplify your life as a landlord as much as we can. In this blog, we’ve compiled some of the questions you should ask as you prepare to decide which property management company you want to handle your rental properties.
As a landlord, fluctuations in your rental income can make it challenging to determine your cash flow. One of the best ways to keep a steady cash flow and reduce your stress is by working to keep your rental properties full. Having full properties 365 days a year can be incredibly challenging, but there are several ways to make the process easier.
Many landlords in the Denver Metro area rent to a wide variety of tenants, and tough anti-discrimination laws mean that you cannot discriminate against protected classes of tenants. However, renting in an area with plenty of college students means that you need to decide if you would like to tailor your marketing towards renting to college students. What should you consider when deciding whether or not to start renting to college students?
Fall is here and winter is right around the corner, which means that property owners everywhere have plenty of clean-up and maintenance tasks to tackle. If you’re ready to start preparing your property for fall and the colder months ahead, this list is an excellent starting point.
Some landlords and property owners see hiring a property management company as an expense, but, in reality, property management companies are designed to save busy landlords time and money. Think of how much time you spend over the course of a week dealing with repair requests, coordinating your properties, chasing down rent payments and screening new tenants. A property management company can take all of those off of your plate and more.