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C2C Real Estate Management (C2C) is a full-service property management company serving Hancock, Harrison & Jackson counties, along the Gulf Coast. C2C Real Estate Management been in business for almost 10 years and continues to grow. Our success is based on honesty, knowledge, experience and our dedication to customer service. Inquire today to see why we are one of the fastest growing property management companies around.

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Are losing more than money on your rental property?

Web Admin - Tuesday, March 08, 2016

Do city inspections, water bills, evictions, late payments and 2 a.m. service calls keep you awake at night? Gulf Coast Property Management is a very demanding job that is best left to the experts. Although owning rental properties can be financially rewarding it also requires a large commitment of time and effort. By having a property manager take care of the day-to-day aspects of running your income property, your free to spend your time identifying further investment opportunities or otherwise furthering your career.

DO YOUR RESEARCH – find out exactly what you will be getting for your money. Most property managers charge a percentage of your property's monthly rental rate in exchange for their services. The rate typically runs anywhere from 6-10%, which is generally less than the money you save by hiring a professional to take care of your property.

NOT EVERY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY IS THE SAME - Don’t let fees be the deciding factor when selecting a Property Management company to take care of your investment. Hidden fees for additional services can quickly add up. Below you will find a list of questions to ask when comparing one company to the next:

  1. Is the company full service? In other words, is their primary focus Property Management or is it just a service offered. Be aware of companies that dabble in Property Management part-time.
  2. Is there a vacancy fee? This is one of the hidden costs that can cost you a bundle.
  3. Is the Property Management rate for collected rent only? Some companies charge a monthly percentage whether rent is collected or not.
  4. How are tenants screened? You want to make sure the tenant screening process is thorough and includes county records and previous judgements.
  5. How is maintenance handled? Do you as an owner have a say? Are you able to complete the repairs yourself if you choose? Are all maintenance requests approved by you?

There is a multitude of applicable laws and regulations to abide by when renting and maintaining your rental property. These include local, state and federal regulations, as well as fair housing regulations (such as the ADA). A property manager can help you avoid lawsuits by keeping your property up-to-date and in compliance with these regulations.

To find out more about Property Management along the Gulf Coast, visit the experts at C2Crent.com

How Investors can stay in the game by taking Property Management off their plates

Web Admin - Wednesday, December 16, 2015

When it comes to hiring the best property manager, there are many things to consider. Hiring a property manager or property management company can really save you valuable time and added stress when it comes to taking care of your investment, processing rent and dealing with tenants.

An investor’s best friend

A good manager will also know how to maximize your property’s value, keep units full and minimize costs without sacrificing quality. The manager can bring knowledge and experience to the job that you may be lacking.

If you are too busy to run the day-to-day operations for your rental properties, consider hiring a property manager. Whether you choose an independent manager or use a property management company like C2Crent.com, it’s important to do your research to ensure that they have your best interests in mind. The best property managers do more than just collect rent—they do everything from marketing to tenant screening to processing evictions. Make sure you look for someone who specializes in Property Management and does it full-time. There are many other companies out there that dabble in Property Management on the side, while the majority of their efforts are concentrated on other business ventures.

Do I Really Need a Property Manager?

There are many factors to consider when deciding whether hiring a property manager is right for you:

  • You don’t reside near your rental properties, either in a different city or another state.
  • You may own many rental properties
  • You don’t like or aren’t good at daily property management tasks and responsibilities including evictions, water bills and city inspections.
  • You own property that receives financial assistance from an affordable housing program.
  • You work full time elsewhere and simply don’t have the availability needed to manage effectively

Don’t choose a Property Manager on price alone

You may think that all property managers or management companies are essentially the same and choose the one with the lowest rates, however a little research will show you there are many differences. It’s hard not to base your decisions on price when it comes to your business, after all, we all want to maximize our bottom line. It is essential to consider a variety of factors in addition to price when it comes to the care and management of your rental property. Do your homework and choose wisely.

Always check references

You can get references for other property owners, as well as real estate agents. Check with the Better Business Bureau and ask local investment organizations. Also, if your property requires a certain expertise, such as being a low income housing rental unit or upper end executive rental, look for a property manager with that background and proper references for that specialized niche.

Ask questions, be informed

It’s not enough to just ask vague questions, hit them with specific questions that will let you know how they will treat your property and ultimately your business. Ask how they plan on dealing with after-hour maintenance emergencies, or how they plan to advertise and market vacancies. Other ideas include asking how they plan to control maintenance costs and what type of liability insurance do they carry to protect you and them from lawsuits that may arise. Ask how often your property will be visited in person and listen to the potential manager’s thoughts on how he or she will approach your property’s needs, from tenant screening to lease renewals and everything in between.

Match personality – get to know the staff

You’ll be hearing from the property manager often enough that you want to make sure that you get along on a professional level and that you like their style of communication. Do you have to sign into an owner portal to obtain information regarding your property or will you be able to speak with someone personally? You will be working on issues and problem solving with this person or company so make sure you are on the same page.

Looking for a property manager in the gulf coast area, including Biloxi, Ocean Springs, Gulfport, D'Iberville and beyond? Call C2Crent.com today, we are a full-service property management company that specializes is Property Management with years of experience!

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