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1. Perform detailed documentation of the interior and exterior including photos

2. Offer recommendations on repairs and cosmetic improvements that maximize monthly rent while providing good ROI.

3. Gather data on rental rates in the area and work with owners to determine the optimal rental rate. Rent research will vary, but will include looking at the recently rented comparables according to size and type.

4. Discuss with owners the pros and cons of different policies such as accepting pets, allowing smoking etc.

5. Install a lock box


  1. Perform a background check to verify identity, income, credit history, rental history, etc.

  2. Grade tenant according to pre-defined tenant criteria

  3. Inform tenants who were turned down.

  4. Draw up leasing agreement

  5. Confirm move in date with tenant

  6. Review lease guidelines with tenant regarding things like rental payment terms and required property maintenance

  7. Ensure all agreements have been properly executed

  8. Perform detailed move in inspection with tenant and have tenants sign a report verifying the condition of the property prior to move-in.

  9. Collect first months rent and security deposit


  1. Provide and oversee an in-house maintenance crew

  2. Establish a preventative maintenance policy to identify and deal with repair needs

  3. Provide an network of licensed, bonded and fully insured contractors who have been vetted for good pricing and good work that is up to code.

  4. Assign jobs to different parties (in-house employees, handyman and professional contractors) based on who will do the best job for the best price.

  5. Maintain outdoor areas 

    • Leaf and snow removal

    • Landscaping

    • Removing trash and debris

  6. Maintain and monitor a 24 hour emergency repair hot-line

  7. Larger renovation or rehab projects 

    • Provide recommendations on how the project can maximize rental income.

    • Prepare preliminary cost estimates

    • Get multiple independent bids for the work

    • Act as general contractor overseeing the work


1. Prepare home for rent 

2. Create ads tailored to the property and advertising medium.

3. Work with other realtors and leasing agents to find a tenant

4. Provide a 24-hour hot-line where prospective tenants can listen to detailed information about the property 

5. Field calls from prospects for questions and viewings

6. Meet prospective tenants for showings throughout the week and weekend.

7. Provide prospective tenants with rental applications that are legally compliant with fair housing laws

8. Collection applications with application fee


  1. Receiving rent

  2. Hunting down late payments

  3. Sending out pay or quit notices

  4. Enforcing late fees

  5. Filing relevant paperwork to initiate and complete an unlawful detainer action

  6. Representing owner in court

  7. Coordinating with law enforcement to remove tenant and tenants possessions from unit

  8. Perform periodic inspections (Inside and outside) on a predefined schedule looking for repair needs, safety hazards, code violations, lease violations, etc.

  9. Send owner periodic reports on the condition of the property


  1. Inspect unit and fill out a report on the property's condition when the client moves out

  2. Provide tenant with a copy as well as estimated damages

  3. Return the balance of the security deposit to the tenant 

  4. Forward any portion of the owner’s portion of the tenant deposit to the owner or hold in owner reserves for repairs.

  5. Clean unit and perform and needed repairs or upgrades

  6. Re-key the locks

  7. Put the property back on the market for rent

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