Without a comprehensive management and maintenance plan, a real estate
investment can quickly turn into a nightmare. When you add up all the time
spent on screening potential tenants, finding qualified contractors for
repairs, and evicting problem tenants, owning real property is really a full
time job. Landworks Development, LLC has the experience and expertise to provide property owners with quality management and maintenance services
that make real estate ownership a much more rewarding investment.
A good financial plan is a necessity for any income property, large or small.
To build your investment future while giving you peace of mind, Landworks will:
-- Prepare an annual budget for your property(s).
-- Provide complete monthly detailed statements of all cash received and
disbursed along with delinquencies and tenant profiles.
-- Supervise and control payments of all funds received and disbursed.
-- Submit timely payment of mortgages, taxes, and other bills.
-- Prepare comprehensive financial reports.
An effective Leasing plan means keeping your investment property profitable.
To maximize your opportunity for profits, Landworks will:
-- Fill vacant properties quickly to gain maximum occupancy and income to you.
-- Set rents to market prices to maximize occupancy income for you.
-- Carefully screen tenants, including a thorough credit check and review of all references.
-- Establish and explain policies & procedures involved in renting orleasing your property.
-- Handle all tenant requests and negotiations.
-- Administer eviction process.
Maintaining your property keeps it productive and increases future value.
We keep your property at its competitive best by completing the following:
-- Pre-negotiate discounts with a group of quality vendors to ensure reasonable rates and quick turnaroud on projects.
-- Regularly inspect properties to make sure everything is in order, providing you with a detailed report.
-- Hire, supervise, and terminate all independent contractors and employees required for the operation of the property.
-- Supervise maintenance and arrange for alterations and improvements as may be required.
-- Recommend and supervise improvements to keep the property competitive and at its income-producing best.
-- Administer preventative maintenance schedules to avoid costly emergencies.