Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Does a Property Manager Cost?
The cost of property management varies depending on the type of property that needs to be managed and the services you'd like to have. As a rough estimate, you can expect to pay around 10% of the monthly rent to your property management company.
What is Property Management?
A property management company helps facilitate rental properties through financial and maintenance services, tenant acquisition, and rental marketing for residential or commercial properties.
How to Choose a Property Manager?
The best way to choose the property management company for your needs is to ask questions of a few property management services. We have a great guide, 10 Questions to Ask a Property Management Company, to help you find the best fit for you. It's also helpful to consult reviews, testimonials and client referrals, to get an idea of what the company is capable of.
Why Use a Property Manager?
Using a property manager ultimately relieves your stress and free's up your time to do other important things. Property managers can take a lot of duties off your plate and help you sleep better at night, knowing there is always someone there to take care of your tenants.
How to Deal With a Property Management Company
Communication is important in any relationship and dealing with your property management company is no different. Keeping open lines of communication and setting expectations is the key to having a good relationship with your property management company.
Where Do You Manage Properties?
We manage commercial and residential properties in and around Seattle, Federal Way, Auburn, Burien, Normandy Park, Des Moines and everywhere in between.
How to Get Maximum Rent for Your Property?
There are several factors that determine how much rent you can charge for your property including how much similar properties in your area are renting for, the value of your properties location, and what makes your property special. Learn more about How to Get Maximum Rent for your Property.