One thing you absolutely must be prepared for as a landlord is having after-hours phone calls with your tenants.
These phone calls typically happen for one reason, something went wrong at the rental property and they need to call you for help with resolving the problem.
What’s the best way to avoid after-hours phone calls with tenants? The solution is to hire a property manager.
When you hire a property manager, you will immediately remove yourself from the day-to-day aspects of property management because your manager will be responsible for handling the management of your rental property.
This also means that situations like tenants getting locked out of their units, after-hours maintenance requests, or other common emergencies, will be handled by your property manager.
Investing in another system, or hiring more people for your team only adds more work to your busy schedule.
By hiring a property manager, you can finally simplify your life and enjoy owning rental properties again, instead of your properties being a 2nd or 3rd job for you.
Imagine what your life will be like again during weekends, holidays, or special events; you will finally be able to enjoy passive income from your rental property instead of worrying that you might receive a phone call from one of your tenants.
At GoldenWest Management, we specialize in full-service property management including offering services like maintenance, customer service, accounting, tenant placement/selection, and more.
You can count on us to professionally handle every aspect of property management so that you can invest in rental properties with confidence, knowing that your investment is going to produce passive income for you.
To learn more about the property management services that we can offer you, contact us today by calling (866) 545-5303 or click here to connect with us online.
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