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How is ProRenter Different from Other Property Management Companies?
- Free video tours to showcase everything that your property has to offer.
- Quality property photos.
- Advertise your property on top, local and national, websites.
- Answer leasing inquiries 6 days a week and during evenings.
- Intense focus on prospective tenant follow up.
- Convenient and secure key box showings for tenants, after verifying their information.
- We use an online application that requires no printing or paperwork.
- Our rental requirements are published online and available for tenants to review before they apply.
- Lease signing is easy! The lease is signed using an electronic document which is emailed to the tenant once they are approved.
- Move-in appointments are attended by the property manager. This makes it convenient for tenants as they don’t have to make an extra stop to pick up keys on moving day.
Property Management Services
for Property Owners
- Rental Rate Analysis
- Financial Analysis
- Comprehensive Advertising
- Thorough Tenant Screening
- Leasing and Lease Enforcement
- Protective Lease Agreement
- Electronic ACH Owner Payments
- Rent Collection
Monthly Financial Statements
Tenant Move-in/Move-out Inspections
Online Tenant & Owner Portal
We also include a video tour of your property, so prospective tenants can easily see all that your property has to offer. We respond to leasing inquiries 6 days a week and during evenings to ensure we capture every prospective tenant.
Once a prospective tenant submits an application we perform a very thorough screening to ensure they will be a quality tenant who will care for your property. We verify income, run credit and criminal background checks, get previous landlord references, check eviction databases, and much more. Our screening practices have resulted in eviction rates of less than 1%. We are committed to reducing your liability and ensuring the success of your rental property.
We negotiate the lease terms with the tenant and have them sign our standard lease agreement which has been written to minimize your risk as a property owner. We move the tenant in, enforce the lease, and collect rent, so the only thing you have to do is wait for your deposit each month. View More
We make paying rent easy and convenient for your tenants by providing several options for payment. Tenants can pay rent online through their tenant portal and even set up recurring Auto ePayments; they can mail a physical check to our P.O. Box; or they can make a payment by phone if needed. We’ve found that making it easier for tenants to pay rent dramatically decreases late payments and the need for evictions.
We have a “zero tolerance” policy for late payments which is strictly enforced. This ensures that if a tenant does pay late they learn quickly that paying on time is much more cost effective. View More
Vacancy Inspections: Whenever your property is vacant we inspect the property at least once a week to ensure it is safe and that it looks good for prospective tenants.
Tenant Move-in/Move-out Inspections: Each time a tenant moves in or out of your property we conduct a thorough inspection. The inspection consists of both a written form and plenty of photos. The main purpose of these inspections is so that we can appropriately charge tenants for any damage they cause at the property which is above normal “wear and tear”.
Optional Inspections: The following inspections are optional, but we highly recommend that our clients sign up for these inspections to ensure tenants are properly maintaining the property.
Tenant Occupied Interior/Exterior Inspections: These inspections are conducted twice a year when there is a tenant occupying your property. One is completed in the spring and the other in the fall. We document the interior and exterior condition of the property with a written form and photos. We also follow up with the tenants to correct any lease violations or damages they may have caused.
Tenant Occupied Exterior Inspection: This inspection is conducted once a year when there is a tenant occupying your property. It is completed during the summer months so that we can observe how the tenant is caring for the yard. We document the exterior condition of the property and yard with a written form and photos. We also follow up with the tenants to correct any yard issues or lease violations. View More
You may spend more or less than this depending of the age of the property, but much frustration can be spared by planning for maintenance expenses. We offer 24 hour emergency maintenance support for our tenants so your property is always protected. Tenants are required to submit any non-emergency maintenance requests online via their tenant portal. When a tenant submits an online maintenance request we are immediately notified by email, as are you. We notify you, as the property owner, so that you can be well informed of any maintenance issues that are going on at your property, but rest assured we will take care of the issue so you don’t have to.
We only use licensed and insured contractors and vendors to ensure your property is protected and maintained properly. Our network of vendors have been vetted and we know they perform high quality work at an affordable price. View More
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