One of the biggest benefits of hiring a property management company in Grand Rapids is that they specialize in handling day-to-day rental operations. This allows landlords the ability to focus their efforts on acquiring real estate investments, instead of tedious management operations or awkward situations.

Our Grand Rapids property management company addresses the following awkward, difficult situations. This brief list also highlights routine issues that may arise, which requires effective tenant communication.

  • Rejecting Applicants Property management companies handle all tenant applications. This process also includes a significant amount of rejection based on insufficient monthly incomes, tenants with criminal convictions, jobless applicants, and tenants that have outstanding poor credit or late payments.
  • Evictions – This process is extremely unpleasant for landlords, which is another benefit of hiring a professional management company. Whether it’s evicting tenants for late payments or addressing criminal conduct on the premises, property managers are able to follow lease requirements that support eviction processes. This includes court filings, any attorney-related services, official court removal of tenants, and move-out and storage options for tenants.
  • Rent Increases – A common issue that many landlords would rather avoid is discussing rent increases with tenants. Property management companies can effectively explain rent increases, even offering tenants small bonuses, incentives, or gifts for renewing leases.

At Access Property Management Group we strive to help control hard situations and minimize issues that arise by pro-active management, clear client communication, and extensive knowledge of legal processes. Make sure that you have a team you can count on when these situations do arise.

About the author

Justin Bajema, CPM® is the Founder & President of Access Investment Group, LLC and Access Property Management Group, LLC. He holds the coveted CPM® designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).

His love for everything Real Estate and business began with one book sent to him while he was returning back from the war in Iraq in 2003, "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki.

Justin is a proud U.S. Marine combat veteran who served 2 tours in Iraq as an infantryman. He received the Purple Heart from Commander in Chief President George Bush for his wounds received in action while fighting in Iraq.

He has successfully put together numerous real estate investment holdings from single-family homes to multi-million dollar apartment community deals.