Our Services


The first step to beginning property management is to get your property leased if it is not already.  We have many helpful resources we can provide you that will help assist you as we prepare to list your property for rent.  These include:

  • Comparative rental analysis: this details what price other properties in the neighborhood have rented for and an estimate of what yours should rent for
  • Cleaning and staging checklist
  • Utility transfer forms


Once your property is ready to list for rent (this is typically 30-60 days prior to the date it will be vacant), we will:

  • List Property in the MRIS
  • Install a lockbox for ease of showings
  • Provide weekly showing feedback reports
  • Check in with you weekly to ensure your property rents within the designated target timeframe

Tenant Application Screening

Rest assured that we will fully screen any applicants.  Our screening includes:

  • Criminal background check
  • Credit check
  • Rental check
  • Pet reference check where applicable

Lease Execution

Once a set of tenants is approved, we will digitally send the lease to all parties to review and sign.   A copy of our standard lease can be found under the "documents" section of our website.  Our lease includes a comprehensive tenant handbook which covers provisions for everything from showing the property during the end of a lease to missed appointments with contractors and other frequently encountered issues.

Move In

We have a designated property inspector who visits the property the day prior to the lease start date.  He compiles a multi-paged move-in report including the following:

  • Pictures of all rooms of the property, even included closet interiors, HVAC filters, etc.
  • Noting any property deficiencies
  • Noting appliance manuals, parking passes, and any special information which conveys/remains with property

The purpose of the move-in inspection is to detail the condition of your property prior to the tenants taking occupancy so that we can ensure the property is left in the same condition, and any changes/damages can be deducted from the tenant's security deposit upon move out.