Hey everybody, this is Aaron with Access Property Management.
As property managers, one of the biggest questions we get asked is “How much money will my home rent for?” Here’s how we do it:
First thing we look at is comparables. We pull properties from our current management portfolio that are in your neighborhood and we look at them and compare them to your property and find out where your property falls in the mix.
We also look at properties that are currently listed because these are going to be your active competition. We want to make sure you are priced fair.
We look at your property and see what it offers that other properties don’t. We also look at what your property does not offer that other properties do offer, because this all has an impact on the final rent price.
The final thing we think about is season. In Michigan in particular, the prime leasing season falls approximately between April and early September. Outside of that time you may experience longer vacancy and possibly less rent, just due to the fact that not very many people like to move in the middle of winter.
We offer a free market rental analysis of your home. If you are interested in taking advantage of this, give us a call, fill out the contact form or email us at email@example.com. We will be happy to meet you at your property and give you our expert determination.
You can contact our office by phone at 616-301-9450 in Grand Rapids or in Kalamazoo at 269-220-6033.
So yeah, we're a little geeky and take this whole "Property Management" thing pretty seriously! We love what we do and we're pretty damn good at it too. Own Properties? Life is too short to struggle with doing it yourself or a bad management company. See how it could be.
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