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Why a Landlord Should Hire a Property Manager

Why a Landlord Should Hire a Property Manager

Let’s cut right to the chase, property management helps protect your investment. If you’ve ever owned an income property you know that managing a rental is not only financially rewarding but it also requires plenty of time and consistent effort. If you’re a DIY kind of person, it can make sense to manage your investment properties if you have the time to devote to them. However, self-management can become too much for one person at times. This is where a professional property management team can help a great deal. Below are several reasons why a landlord should hire a property manager for their investment properties.

Benefits of Hiring a Property Manager

An experienced property management company like Tverdov Housing can help to maximize your profit as well as maintain and increase the value of your property.

1. Finding the Right Tenants

Property managers are beneficial in helping landlords find trustworthy and reliable tenants through screening processes. A Central Jersey property management professional will have access to a larger pool of applicants to choose from in the Northeast area than a DIY landlord.

2. Ensuring Compliance to Property Laws

There are local, state, and federal property regulations to abide by when renting and maintaining a rental property. A real estate management team has the knowledge to protect landlords from potential lawsuits and legal issues.

3. Providing Better Use of Your Own Time

Tracking rent payments, collecting late fees, dealing with complaints, property maintenance, working on repairs, preparing a property for new tenants, finding new vendors, and other ongoing responsibilities – now that’s a full-time job! Property management teams can provide landlords with more freedom, less stress, not to mention more personal time.

4. Setting the Right Rental Prices

You need the knowledge of a property manager to set the best rental rate to suit the tenant’s budget as well as your pocket.1 They’re also able to rely on market research in order to set the right rental prices for your property, helping you to reap the benefits of your investment as well as maintaining a low vacancy rate.

Landlord vs. Property Manager

If you’re a landlord debating whether or not you should hire a property manager, it’s important to consider both the pros and the cons. Management companies can deal directly with prospects and tenants, which will save you time and worry in the long run.

As a landlord, you should consider hiring property management in Middlesex County if:

  • You have several properties or rental units
  • You live far from your rental property
  • You’re uninterested in the day-to-day management of your property
  • You have limited time on your hands
  • You can afford the fees

 

At Tverdov Housing, we specialize in property management in New Jersey, including the areas of Somerset, Union, and Middlesex County. To learn more about the benefits of hiring a property manager or to start protecting your assets today, contact our team. You’ll have the peace of mind knowing that your investment is in good hands with Tverdov Housing.

 

Sources:
  1. Bigger Pockets – Why Hiring a Property Manager Beats Being Your Own Landlord by Tom Ott, Equity Raiser and Turnkey Provider
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Tverdov Housing Team

The Tverdov Housing team is a group of property management professionals well versed in property management, brokerage, and construction project management for both residential and commercial properties in Middlesex, Somerset, and Union County.

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