Whether you are an investor just getting into real estate with a plan to expand your portfolio or a home owner with a vacation property along the New Hampshire or Maine coast line, at first glance, you might think you can self-manage your property. Don’t be fooled.
There are many challenges and barriers to consider. Attracting and screening tenants, chasing rent payments, and performing routine maintenance are all time-consuming and can be stressful.
After all, not everyone is built for a DIY self-management situation. It calls for a solid time commitment and an in-depth understanding of the market and rental laws to maximize your return on investment.
If you are not made for a self-manage approach, then you want to be sure to complete necessary due diligence to hire a qualified team to protect your investment
There are five things you’ll want to investigate about your potential property management group. Read more here.
To learn more about how our team can make your property a worry-free part of your financial portfolio, please email Property Manager, Anthony Sillitta at email@example.com or visit www.maddenre.com