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  • Property Management

  • We Can Manage Your Rental

    Property Management companies deal directly with prospects and tenants, saving you time and worry over marketing your rentals, collecting rent, handling maintenance and repair issues, responding to tenant complaints, and even pursuing evictions. Plus, a good management company brings its know-how and experience to your property, giving you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your investment is in good hands. Finally, a management company is an independent contractor, so you avoid the hassles of being an employer.

    In order to give you a better idea of what it is that property management companies can do, we have provided the following:

    1. Rent Collection: Collecting the rent is one of the most obvious tasks of a property manager. If that’s all property managers did, however, it would certainly be harder to justify hiring one – especially with online payment capabilities. Of course, that doesn’t mean collecting rent is easy by any means. If all of your tenants are paying their leases up front in full and you don’t mind paying a great law firm when things don’t go right, you might wait to evaluate all of the services. Yet, most real estate investors are not in that situation. Some operate in markets where it is a battle to reel in the rent every month.

    2. Servicing Maintenance Calls: Dealing with tenant maintenance calls is perhaps the biggest driver for real estate investors to enlist the help of a property manager. It isn’t just about the maintenance, however: dealing with the tenants can often be the biggest challenge. Sometimes their needs aren’t big or expensive, but the timing and urgency is. It may be blocked and back flowing pipes on the weekend, or being locked out in the middle of the night. A lot of these calls can be irritating to a landlord, but if they are always treated that way, bigger issues with renters and rental property performance are sure to arise. Rapid and responsive customer service is needed to optimize income properties.

    Property managers will deal with these requests, alleviating you from the burden. If it is small, the requests may be handled internally. Larger and more complex issues may be delegated to outside specialists. Sophisticated property investors normally have a property management agreement which authorizes the company to handle up to a certain dollar amount of repairs without needing express permission first. This just streamlines the process, and ensures issues don’t get worse if you can’t be reached.

    3. Dealing with Defaulters: This goes beyond slow payers to those seriously in breach of their leases. They could be more than a month past due, or be risking the condition of your asset, or the police could be involved in a criminal issue. Sometimes these things can be worked out directly with renters. In other cases, it may require lawyers, or even going to court. A property management firm can handle this for you, and save you a ton of time and stress in these situations. Having a professional third party in between can often speed up better solutions compared to a DIY landlord that may appear an easier target for malicious tenants.

    4. Regular Property Maintenance: Property management companies can call for regular inspections, routine maintenance such as lawn care, pressure washing roofs, and other proactive items to prevent code violations and to preserve real assets. That way, you aren’t expected to keep up with every rental property you own.

    5. Sourcing Tenants: This is a lot more work than some understand at first. A good management company is taking on the cost of marketing for tenants, showing units, and screening prospective renters. There is a lot of expertise brought to the table here. It may be the most valuable thing property management companies offer. Then there is supervising move-in and move-out activity.

    6. Bookkeeping: Bookkeeping is probably the least fun part of real estate for most investors. At the same time, great bookkeeping and invoice handling is critical for minimizing taxes, keeping the best vendors, and generally keeping the cash flowing. If your property manager throws this service in for free, you had better take advantage of it.

  • What We Do As Your Property Manager

    • High quality digital photography
    • Highest Screening Standards
    • LOW Flat Fee management*
    • Easy to read Monthly Statements
    • Online Direct Owners portal
    • Professional Support
    • Free Rent Analysis
    • NO Up-front Fees!
    • NO “Account Set up” fees
    • NO “Marketing” Fees
    • NO “Junk Fees”
    • Quality Video Marketing
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    • Flat Fee Management Program – *On qualifying properties. Never a percentage of income. Delmarva Management Group provides great rates & great service, guaranteed.
    • We Know The Rental Market – We have the local area knowledge & expertise to manage your asset. We can help price your property to maximize profits while minimizing vacancies.
    • The Best Tenant Screening – Finding a well credentialed & well qualified tenant is JOB #1 at Delmarva Management Group . We provide the highest standards in the industry to screen all prospective tenants.
    • Quality Marketing – Quality digital photos & True walk through video ensure that your property is showcased Right until its Rented!
    • 24/7 Access To Information – We offer our clients online portals so they can access their information 24/7. Never be out of the loop again.
    • Advertise and show available properties, assuring they are presentable when shown to prospective tenants.
    • We carefully screen each applicant to ensure a good match for the owners property.
    • Collect monthly rents and keep accurate records of income and expenses.
    • File court papers for non-payment and and attend court hearings. If necessary we will follow through with the eviction process, and wage garnishment & collections.
    • Schedule repairs and improvements on properties making sure work is completed properly and that charges are fair.
    • We consult with owners when major maintenance expenses arise, and obtain competitive bids for such jobs.
    • Specializing in HOA Management