Thank you for visiting my site. If you have searched the keyword ‘property management in Los Angeles’, I assume you own a property in Los Angeles and are ready to turn over its management to a third party.
Having owned properties in other states and countries, I understand how important having someone you can trust help you to manage those assets of great value.
For me, it was a very frustrating process, I had managers who tried to abused with finance for repairs, or they just didn’t have my best interest at hand. I also tried family and friends, and it just didn’t work either.
Those are a few of the reasons it took me a long time to consider managing my properties.
I know what it takes to manage a property, and it has to be an act of love.
I am a full-time real estate agent in Los Angeles, and throughout the years, I do not only help clients buy & sell a property, but most of the time i also lease out properties to my clients while I help out in the management processes. Management is just a natural progression between my clients and me, as many of my clients are out-of-state or out-of-country.
What do I do?
I always tell clients that “I am your first line of defense”. I receive calls from tenants and try to resolve the issue as quickly as possible, obviously within reason. Many times clients have a go-to person that does repairs for them, or I may use a vendor I have a working relationship with.
My goal is to be as transparent as possible. I do not charge the vendor for the lead, nor do I accept them to pad the job for a kickback. I try to find the most reasonable person for the job. My vendors are always available to answer the phone and are ready to do what they promised.
So far, it has worked, from plumbers who are the most common vendors to roofers, mold, asbestos, lead re-mediators and even 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, and we will discuss.