Our fees cover the day-to-day management of your property, such as collecting and processing rent, communicating with tenants, conductinginspections.
Rates and Fees
Our exceptional rates cover the day-to-day management of your property, collecting rent, communicating with tenants, conducting property inspections, coordinating repairs and responding to emergencies.
Our management fee is 8% of gross monthly rent, with a minimum of $80 per month. Our management fee includes: rent collection, maintenance coordination, HOA compliance, accounting, routine property inspections, and more.
Agent Referral Fee
When a qualified tenant is found and a lease is signed, a commission is due to the agent that showed the property to the tenant (current industry standard is around $300).
There is a $200 charge at lease signings to cover the drafting and signing of the lease, a move-in inspection (which includes a detailed, digital report with hundreds of color photos), and meeting with the tenant to exchange the keys for move-in funds.
Lease Renewal Fee
When a current tenant renews their lease, there is a $100 fee. This fee includes running rental comps for your review and drafting of the lease renewal addendum.
We are not currently charging a set-up fee.
We do not charge any separate fees for advertising.
We do not charge a yearly property management agreement renewal fee.
We do not charge any fees when there is no rent income.
This is my third property management company in 4 years, and I so wish that I had found them first. The last company nickel and dimed me to death with repairs. Since I am an out of town owner, I couldn’t be sure if the tenant had a real problem, or the management company was making work for their bottom line. I did not get a full check in the year that I was with them. They also were very unresponsive and didn’t understand the concept of a two year lease.- Jeff H., West Hills, CA
I do not give five stars lightly but I never lost sleep over how my house was being managed. They kept in contact with me regarding lease renewals and issues with the house. The best thing was when I took the house back, my property manager Cathy, helped me get the house situated and has a valuable Rolodex on businesses I can contact. Even after I stopped renting, Cathy was there every step of the way helping me get the house in order. That is what I call Customer Service!- Gypsy C. Upper East Side, Manhattan, NY
Tried selling my home by myself without using a realtor. I was even willing to pay buyers realtor at 3%. Still no real takers. I feel alot of realtors refuse to show FSBO. I was connected with Tony and Brittney through a friend and sold the house on the first day of them listing it. They were there the whole way and even when I had issues with my property managers resolving the issues with my house from past renters, Tony sent out his guy to help. All and all he helped make selling the house one less stress in this process.- Justin T. - Las Vegas, NV