Property management involves the processes, systems and manpower required to manage the life cycle of all acquired property including acquisition, control, accountability, utilization and disposition.
It is one thing to own properties; it is another thing to properly manage it. We have found that many landlords/property owners always have issues with their tenants regarding so many things such as: maintenance, reduction of pre-arranged services, harassment, public nuisance and most commonly evictions, non-payment. These are legal subjects that gain the most amount of attention from our property managers. This is because of the need to adequately put attention on those properties so that in the long run they turn out well and yield profit.