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  • Writer's pictureJivko Stefanov

Things a property manager can do for you that you probably didn't know about

Updated: Jan 8


Managing a rental property requires a significant amount of time and effort, which can become overwhelming for landlords who have other responsibilities to attend to. A property manager can take care of all the day-to-day tasks, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your life while keeping your business afloat, but there are so many tasks a manager can take on that you probably didn’t know about.


In this blog post, we will see what various, lesser-known services a property manager can provide.


Prioritizing

Think of this as a cross between multi-tasking and triage. You can easily get swamped with phone calls, emails, drop-ins, website contacts, and many others. According to Worthington Flowers each of these has to be dealt with appropriately and given the right amount of attention to be taken care of efficiently. To stay on top of everything, you need to prioritize and deal with the matters that will affect your business the most, joggling them along with the urgent ones.


Property managers know what needs to be handled as soon as possible and what can wait. Prioritizing is part of effectively managing a rental property and it’s better to leave it in their hands.


Design

There’s nothing to make you feel at home like a beautiful environment. Design, in this sense, has to do with aesthetics, taste, beauty, and style, and it’s something most people would quickly skim over. This covers simple things such as paint colors but also includes choices for flooring, appliance, landscaping, curb appeal, and many more other details that can make your property look more aesthetically pleasing and put together.


A property manager with a strong sense of design will understand how to stage or prepare a property to get it leased quickly. Also, they will make good choices in updating or repairing a property that will last the longest and provide the greatest value in the long run.


Reduce costs

Proper management requires continual attention and around-the-clock availability, and a professional might also help save you money by avoiding problems that could lead to legal fees, vacancies, or damages related to mishandled repairs.


Larger Los Angeles property management companies may have an in-house maintenance team and receive preferred pricing and volume-based discounts from vendors, which usually allows them to pass additional savings on to you.


This also spares you the stress of searching for a trustworthy repair person, as a manager can provide you with all of the contacts you need since they already have relationships with proven vendors.


Networking

Whether working for one's self or a company, a property manager is always networking, meeting new people, and making new acquaintances. All of these can also be opportunities to make connections and find a great tenant for a property.


Besides this, networking opens doors to getting help on various occasions. The real estate community is full of resourceful people, and it’s wise to have them on your side.


Advertising your property

A property manager has a good understanding of the real estate market. They can advise you on when to advertise your property, what rental rates to charge, and what amenities to highlight. They can also aid you in identifying your target audience, whether it is students, families, or professionals, which in the end, helps you tailor your advertising strategy to attract the right tenants.


A manager can also network with other real estate professionals, such as real estate agents, brokers, and property managers, and team up with them to market your property.


Conclusion

Landlords can often find themselves in difficult situations when their rental property starts to become harder and harder to manage. A property needs to be maintained, tenants need to be cared for, and rent needs to be collected. These are the most basic and common tasks of a property manager that everyone knows about, but there are so many tasks a manager can help you with that you probably didn’t know they could do.


Hiring a property manager can be a great way for landlords to save time and money while knowing their business is in good hands. They can help landlords free up their time, handle tenant disputes, and ensure that rental properties are up to code. They keep your property in good shape and your tenants happy, ensuring a safe, and profitable environment for everyone.


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