There is a lot more to owning rental property then collecting rent. Some of the more time consuming activities include marketing vacant units, screening tenants and facilitating repairs. It’s important to have a manager who is knowledgeable, reliable and professional.
I am not only a licensed real estate broker and a graduate of the Real Estate Institute but also a member of NARPM (National Association for Rental Property Managers) and IREM (Institute for Real Estate Management.) These professional designations may just be words to most, but I have committed to learning about my industry and have spent hours in classes keeping up with rules and regulations
Many property managers have never been in your shoes. They forget to treat your rental property as a business.
I'm an investor just like you! My husband and I started buying rental property in 2006 to have tangible assets that provide monthly cash flow and to prepare for retirement. Little did I know, fixing and renting properties would become a real passion. I may be crazy for wanting to spend my spare time painting and ripping out old carpet, but I just love it!
My career in Real Estate sales and passion for real estate investing led me to property management.
For the past 13 years I have been a licensed real estate broker full time and juggling my own rental property "on the side." As you know, the calls for repairs and all the “to do” tasks can quickly become a full-time job, so I decided to partner with House 2 Home Realty to form House 2 Rent and help other investors manage their properties.