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How to broker your property management deals for maximum return?

How to broker your property management deals for maximum return?

When it comes to signing a property management deal with a client, you must make sure that you carefully take a look at the terms and conditions that are mentioned in the contract. Sometimes, the hiring authorities prepare the contract and sometimes, they ask the property manager to prepare the contract according to the basic standards.

Whatever type of contract it is, you must make sure that you have gone through all the terms and conditions that are included in the contract. All the important things that can help in protecting you from the future issues should be mentioned in the contract carefully. Similarly, you must exclude those things that may put you in some trouble.

For example, if you’re providing your services in Sacramento, you’d find many clients that want property management in Sacramento and they would ask you to agree upon the terms and conditions that they have mentioned in the contract. It’s your responsibility to go through all the important details so that you may successfully end this contract. Here are the important things that can help in setting a perfect property management deal for maximum return.

Services and Fees

The services that you’re going to agree to and the fee you’re going to be paid for those services play an important role in analyzing that whether this deal is going to provide you maximum return or not. The services that are included in the management fee should be clearly understood so that you may fight for your right in case of a dispute. The services that you’ll be offering for an additional fee should also be mentioned in the contract. And don’t forget to mention the services that you’re not willing to perform under any circumstances.

Responsibilities of the Property Owner

The responsibilities of the property owner should also be clearly mentioned in the contract and you must go through those responsibilities one by one so that you may completely understand the nature of those responsibilities. This contract will help in deciding that what duties are extremely important for the property owner and it will also help in deciding the things the property owner should stay away from.


The property manager’s liability is restricted in this part of the contract. The property manager will stay protected with the help of this section but they would definitely have to answer in case of their negligence. However, the negligence of the third parties they hire won’t affect their reputation at all. For example, if your property is damaged because of a contractor that was hired by the property manager, then the property manager won’t be responsible for that. Click Here and see some more tips on how can you set the perfect property management deals for maximum return.

5 Tips to Improve Your Property Management Business in 2018

5 Tips to Improve Your Property Management Business in 2018

The first days of January are always reminding us of our big goals and plan made for the upcoming year. Without any doubt, elevating the level of success in our business is among the top on the list. To be sure everything will turn out well for dallas property management companies and professionals, here are five tips to improve your business in 2018.

#Upgrade Your Property

dallas property managementIf you’re not a newbie in property management business, you probably know that you need to keep upgrading your property to be able to draw the new tenants continuously. Even if you don’t have a large budget to spend – which is understandable because the end of the year always comes with certain expenses that are overwhelming for most business owners – try to make your property as fresh and attractive as it looked when it was brand new.

Here’s a tip that many successful companies use: pay attention to the entrance to the property. That’s the first thing a potential tenant will see when they come to check out the property. And the old tenants would surely like to live in a place that’s neat and beautiful.

#New Staff

Having a reliable and professional looking staff can leave a strong impression on your future tenants. Besides that, they’ll feel more secure knowing that you’re taking care of every aspect of the property.

Investing in acquiring a staff that’s highly trained and skillful is often the best investment you can make in your property management business. The right team will help you elevate to the next level more quickly as they will keep attracting the potential tenants.


Consider upgrading your marketing strategy as well, to be able to boost your results this year. If you’re not using social media to advertise your business, start with hiring a social media expert that will come up with a good strategy and put it down to work.

Additionally, you should consider starting a blog on your company’s website. It’s a practical and low-cost way to engage with your prospects, as well as your current clients. Inform them about your service, your offer, and provide them the value that they won’t find in the marketplace.dallas property management

#New Amenities

Adding new amenities to your property offer will boost the interest and satisfaction of your tenants. On the other hand, it will be a good advertisement for your company, especially if your current tenants spread how satisfied they are living in your apartments.

Try to add amenities that can’t be found in the area where your property is located. Research what your tenants would like to have and decide which things you will add first.

#Keep Everything on Schedule

Sometimes the improvements can be simple but effective, and that is indeed the case with organizing your tenant’s liabilities. Make sure you inform them regularly of their rent payment – it works the best when you send them a notice a couple of days before the deadline. Also, check up on them regularly, to see whether they need something fixed or replaced. Build a healthy relationship by setting up a regular weekly or monthly visits and try to be open to their suggestions and questions. That way, you’ll get feedback that can be used in improving the quality of your service – and elevate your property management business through the roof!

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3160 Paris Pike, Lexington, KY, County

3160 Paris Pike, Lexington, KY, County


37.4 Acre Thoroughbred Training Facility and beautiful residence with access to the Thoroughbred Training Center on Paris Pike, Lexington, KY. This property features a custom built, 3275+/- sq. ft., 4 bedroom residence, 24-stall training barn w/a large procedure room, 3 offices, tack rooms, feed rooms, wash stall, center stall training barn design w/rubber brick aisleways, 6-horse equiciser, large round pen, grass gallop area, rubber brick show area, a 3 bedroom 2 bath employee residence, asphalt roadways, treelined gated entry and much more. Adjacent and with full access to the Thoroughbred Center. Tom Biederman, Broker/Agent (859) 312-0606 Listing price: $2,195,000

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NEW PRICE: Historic Kentucky Farm Estate, Woodford County, Kentucky

NEW PRICE: Historic Kentucky Farm Estate, Woodford County, Kentucky


Fall in love with this spectacular, Historic Kentucky Farm Estate! 125 acres of park-like Kentucky Bluegrass property including the famed Glenn’s Creek. This beautiful property features a meticulously, renovated, C. 1820 Federal residence, period outbuildings, a large carriage house/sport horse barn w/5-stalls, apartment & huge gathering/party area all on exposed original stone foundation, a new sparkling 18-stall horse barn w/apartment & all the amenities needed for your dream Kentucky Estate. For more information contact Tom Biederman, Broker/Agent (859) 277-2030 $5,400,000

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