As dedicated property managers, we’re in charge of the oversight of the building(s) including physical building, finances, and liability protection.
We work with a number of different brokers in the area to find the quality tenants you want. Our vetting process includes a background and credit check. All tenants are required to pay first, last, and security deposit.
Our team will compose a checklist with all of the important components of the property, including exterior roof, garage etc. This checklist will be referenced in all inspections to make sure the property is well maintained.
We have a 24/7 on-call service line for our tenants.
Depending on what is happening in the building, our communication can be as frequent as once per week or as little as once per month. We’ll be working our hardest to keep everything running smoothly.
We use our knowledge of property maintenance to help investors create a proper financial plan. This includes, recognizing what is due to be fixed (like the roof) and when, reviewing building assets and insurance, and overseeing building funds for projects.
Leases vary based on the present market value, number of bedrooms, specific geography, and timing. A three bedroom in the South End will lease for more than a three bedroom in South Boston. Since Boston is on a September lease cycle, leases starting in this month will cost more. No matter what the property, our team has experiencing managing buildings all around Boston and we’ll help you price them appropriately.
Our team follows the protocol outlined by the City of Boston for conducting evictions. We work tirelessly, focusing on preventing issues such as these through our thorough tenant-vetting process.
We offer a personal approach to property management. Our owners have direct access to our team, providing all of our clients with our cell phone numbers as an additional point of contact.