Thank you for visiting my site. If you have searched the keyword ‘property management in Los Angeles’, then perhaps you own a property here and may be wanting to turn over its management to a third party?
Having owned properties both domestically in the states and in countries abroad, I understand the importance of having someone you trust to manage your valued real estate assets.
I have personally experienced the frustrations of locating competent property managers, dealt with those who took advantage of finances under the guise of repair needs, and realized that most simply did not have my best interests in mind. You can’t even rely on family or friends in many cases.
These are just a few of the reasons I decided to manage my own properties. I know what it takes and it’s something I enjoy doing for others.
I am a full-time real estate agent here in Los Angeles, and throughout the years, I’ve not only helped clients buy & sell property, but much of the time I’ve worked to help lease out properties to my clients while helping with necessary management activities.
Many of my clients are from either out-of-state or from out-of-country and I enjoy working closely with all of them.
How I Manage Properties in Los Angeles
I often tell clients that “I am your first line of defense”. If or when when calls from tenants come in, I work to resolve matters as quickly as possible. Typically clients have “go-to” people they rely on for repairs and we’ll work with them. I also have many resources and vendors that I’ve developed good working relationships with over many years serving the LA real estate market.
My goal is to be as transparent as I can be and I do not charge vendors for leads, nor do I accept padding or kickbacks on bids. I try to find the most reasonable person for the job. My vendors are always available, answer phones and are ready to deliver in a pinch.
To date, I’m proud of what we’ve all achieved, between plumbers who are the most common vendors to deliver, roofers, mold, asbestos, lead re-mediators and other various contractors.
All rent payments are sent to you, although on occasion I may pick up a check and deposit for you. All invoices from a vendor will also be forwarded to you.
If you are interested in Property Management, please give me a call, so we can discuss.