Ways on How we Take Care of our Client’s Property
People ask our founder all the time, “Jarrett, you manage hundreds of properties, how do you make sure that my property gets the proper attention that it needs?” In this article, you will get to know some of the ways on how we take care of our client’s property. First and foremost, we…
People ask our founder all the time, “Jarrett, you manage hundreds of properties, how do you make sure that my property gets the proper attention that it needs?” In this article, you will get to know some of the ways on how we take care of our client’s property.
First and foremost, we limit the amount of properties each property manager takes. We do not keep on piling on more. What that takes is actually proper planning. I always believe prior planning prevents poor performance.
What do we do?
As we see the books or the amount of properties each property manager is taking, increasing. Or getting close to the limit of 60 properties. We’re going to start looking for a new property manager in advance, we need time to be able to onramp that new property manager. Train them and help them familiarize our system.
Furthermore, we disperse some of our books from each property manager to the new property manager. Allowing us to have more capacity per property manager. We’re also making sure that we have an on ramping specialist to be able to make sure that it comes on. And that your property is taken care of from the beginning. That relationship is really important for us.
We want your property manager to know everything about your property. We make them study it, we may spreadsheets for it, we even quiz and test them about your property. The capacity of our property managers is probably one of the key things to ensure that we have good quality service for our landlord.
If you or anyone else you know is looking for a proactive property manager, please think of Green Ocean Property Management, where you get more than a property manager, you get peace of mind.
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