Single Home Investor?
Multiple Home Investor?
1) Single Home Investor: You’re ready to upgrade your home. Trust us with your investment.
You have a great home, but you have outgrown it and you are ready to upgrade. Should you sell your home? Or turn it into an investment property? Managing your own rental property can be a lot of work. Put the experts at Rice Real Estate’s Residential Las Vegas Property Management division is here to help.
2) Multiple Homes Investor: We’ll manage your growing portfolio.
Your portfolio of homes is growing. Unfortunately, your stress level and expenses are also growing. Taking on the additional cost of a property management company may seem like an unnecessary expense. However, it is an expense that will save you money in the end. Rice Real Estate’s Residential Las Vegas Property Management division is here to help.
3) Unexpected Investor: You didn’t plan on an investment property. What now?
Being a landlord is not a scenario that everyone plans for – perhaps you have not been able to sell your home, had to relocate for a career opportunity, or inherited/acquired a new property. What now? The thought of finding a tenant, keeping up with the maintenance, collecting rent, etc. is extremely overwhelming. Most importantly, you need to find a tenant fast. The average vacancy on a rental property is 2-3 months. That is 2-3 months without income but all the same expenses. Rice Real Estate’s Residential Las Vegas Property Management division is here to help.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
Whether you own one investment property or 10, the goal is the same: maximize rental income while minimizing expenses. Getting the most out of your rental property requires time and effort including tenant placement, credit screenings, maintenance, property inspections, collections, etc. Why not save yourself the time and frustration? Rice Real Estate’s Residential Las Vegas Property Management division is here to help.
As a full-service management firm, your dedicated property manager is responsible for taking care of all aspects of managing your rental(s). These tasks included but are not limited to:
- Placing the right tenant for your property through marketing, showing the property and screening applicants.
- Onboarding new tenants. Your property manager will be present when your tenant moves in to set the standard of involvement and handle the paperwork (application and lease).
- Maintaining current tenants through rent collection, handling payment issues, bookkeeping and record keeping, property inspections, emergency repairs and enforcing policies and house rules.
- Owner communication. We keep you informed on the happenings of your investment property through monthly accounting statements and reports.