Skip to Content

Build Wealth With Your Investment Properties

Managing a rental property is a game of tenants and toilets. But investing should be about ease and profit via exceptional asset management.

Other people have rentals… YOU have investments.

What does a property manager do?

  • Rent Collection
  • Tenant Relations
  • Marketing Vacancies
  • Screening Tenants
  • Lease Signing
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Move-in/Move-out
  • Evictions
  • Accounting
  • Dispute Resolution

What does this mean for you?

  • Rent is collected, in full and on time
  • Most problems can be avoided and/or resolved quickly
  • Owner can focus on financial decisions and additional investments

What does an asset manager do?

  • Utilizes all property management services PLUS providing:
  • Set a baseline of financial performance with additional goals for growth
  • Plan for capital investments (e.g., roofing, water heaters)
  • Plan to incorporate tax advantages (depreciation, interest, other deductibles
  • Create a property management budget
  • Track property value appreciation
  • Create a management plan for the property that aligns with long term objectives

What does this mean for you?

  • Interests are aligned to maximize cash flow and tax benefits
  • Drives a forced appreciation
  • Maximizes operation income while minimizing tenant turnover and unnecessary expenses
  • Maximizes both short and long-term value of your rental properties
  • You now have a true partner in business, helping you make smart decisions based on facts and data

It doesn’t matter if you own one rental home or several, our goal is to protect and maximize your property investment. Using 30 years of experience Real Property Management Abound has streamlined its processes to help rental homeowners maximize rental income while minimizing expenses and inefficiencies.

What Type of Properties Do We Manage?

We take care of all types of residential rental properties for our clients — houses, condos, multiplexes such as duplex and triplexes, and even small apartment complexes. In addition, some Real Property Management offices manage common interest communities or Homeowner Associations (HOAs), institutionally owned and real estate organization Real Estate Owned (REO) properties, and commercial property.

Learn More About Residential Property Management
Learn More About Other Service Options

Maximize your investment return by using Real Property Management Abound