Nashville Property Management Pricing

Looking for Nashville Property Management Pricing?

Hey, Spencer Sutton here with gkhouses in Nashville. And the question I want to answer is about our Nashville Property Management Pricing.

And, what do we charge for property management services?

Three Different Plans

As a part of our Nashville pricing, we have three different plans that you can choose from depending on your situation

I’ll walk through each one of these very quickly and then you can always check out our Nashville Pricing Page for more information.

You can call us 615-925-3880, extension 3.

We’d love to hear from you as well, but if you just want to find out more information, this video will do the job.

Nashville Property Management Pricing – Gold Package

The first package that I’m going to talk from our Nashville pricing to you about is called our Gold Package.

It’s all of our standard property management features.

About 80% of the time that somebody brings a household over to us, it’s vacant.

The first thing that we need to do is come in and takes a look at that house.

I mean, before you sign a management agreement, we’d love to set you up an appointment with Duncan Murphy who’s our team leader.

We’ll perform a full walkthrough, hand you a report that’s going to say, “The house is rent-ready or it’s not rent-ready.”

If it’s not, then we’ll tell you, “Here are some items that need to be taken care of.”

From, the point, once the house is rent ready, we are going to aggressively market your house.

To get as many prospective tenants in to see it. And then also to fill out applications.

And we know if we get a certain amount of applications, we will find you a great well-qualified tenant.

In House Screening

We do all the screening in-house, here at gkhouses. So we used to outsource it, but we like to have better control of it.

So, we do all of it here in-house. Once we find you a great tenant and place them in the home, then you will see your very first fee.

Up until this point, we’ve done all of this work, marketed, screened all these people, and we’ve walked your house, given you a report. All without any upfront fees.

And as a matter of fact, our Nashville pricing we have a 100% happiness guarantee so you can cancel at any time, and there’s no penalty at all.

It is just like if circumstances change or you don’t like us for some reason, you can definitely cancel.

Leasing Fee

The very first fee that you’re going to see in this Gold Package is what’s called a leasing fee.

And that leasing fee is what we charge. It’s a one-time fee for placing a brand-new tenant.

So, that leasing fee is equal to 50% of the first month’s rent.

Once we place them in, we’re going to collect that security deposit and that leasing fee, we’re going to take it out of the tenant’s first-month rent.

So, if we rent your house for $1,500, then we’re going to take $750 of their initial rent and we keep that as a leasing fee.

Management Fee

Then from that point forward, we’re going to charge, on that Gold Package, $109 per month. It’s just a flat fee.

And like I mentioned, it’s all of our standard services, so we’re collecting rent, we’re communicating with the tenant exclusively so that you don’t have to.

We’re handling any kind of work orders that come in.

If they call and say, “Hey, there’s a leak in the sink and water is running all over the kitchen,” then we’re going to dispatch one of our plumbers to take care of that.

We’re going to electronically disburse funds into your bank account on the second Friday of every month.

Also, we’re going to give you two owner statements per month.

So, all of these things are part of our standard services that we provide you at $109 a month.

It doesn’t matter how much you rent your house for. And, again, that leasing fee is 50% of the first month’s rent.

Nashville Property Management Pricing – Platinum Package

The second package in our Nashville pricing is called the Platinum Package and it has everything in it.

And, it comes with optional services that I’ll describe in just a little bit, but the biggest feature of Platinum, the reason why people choose Platinum is that it has guaranteed rent.

Guaranteed Rent

What that means is, let’s say, that we rented your house for, you know, your $1,500 house.

We had a great tenant in there, four months in they lost their job, or they went through some type of personal crisis.

Things that we cannot foresee in the underwriting process because life happens.

If they cannot pay rent, we would still pay you the same amount every single month as we have from the very beginning.

And so, we’re going to continue to pay you regardless if they pay us if we collect rent.

So if for some reason, some unfortunate reason we can’t collect rent and we have to evict that tenant, we’re going to pay for the entire eviction ourselves.

Then also we’re going to, once we have possession of your house, we are going to continue to pay you for an additional three months or until we get a new tenant and place him in that house.

Optional Services

Platinum is a big deal because it has that guaranteed rent. It also has quarterly inspections built in.

We go out to your house once a quarter, we change air filters because we know tenants don’t do that.

We check batteries and smoke detectors and then we just take pictures, walk around the house, take pictures and send you a report saying, “Hey Mr. or Mrs. Owner, this is exactly how the tenant is taking care of your house.”

Those two optional services are in there. I mean, that optional service is in there, that quarterly inspection.

Then we also have a service included in the Platinum and its preventative maintenance for your heating and air system.

The goal is we come out there and once in the spring and once in the fall.

And we want to make sure that everything’s working properly and correct before the heat of the summer comes along and the really cold conditions in Nashville during the winter.

What we’re trying to do is we’re trying to prevent an emergency call or service for your heating and air system.

No Leasing Fee

In Platinum, there is no leasing fee. You don’t pay anything to get a tenant in your home.

The management fee starts at $219 a month. So, it’s a good bit more than the Gold Package, but it comes with all these additional features and it doesn’t have a leasing fee, but it does.

So if you rent your house for $1,500, it’s going to be a certain amount.

But as your rent increases, then the management fee goes up. It’s not an exact percentage. It’s more like in tranches that it’s going to increase.

On our Nashville Pricing Page, we have all of that broken down.

You can click a little link and pull up the full schedule, pricing schedule based on what you think your house might rent for.

That’s the Platinum plan.

Nashville Property Management Pricing – Investor Package

We have Gold. We have Platinum. And then, lastly, we have a plan if you’re an investor and would like a percentage based plan.

We’re offering you the same features that are in the Gold, but the pricing is 8% of rent collected.

The leasing fee is going to stay at 50% and then it’s just 8%.

So, what I would say to all the investors that may be a great deal for you or you may consider, “Well, I really want the flat-fee pricing.”

Totally up to you. It just depends.

You’re just going to have to, kind of, do the numbers and figure out what works best for you.

But we want to give you that option to be on a percentage base because you may want options.

Those are our Nashville property management pricing options for gkhouses.

Again, if you have any questions regarding our Nashville pricing, just dial the no 615-925-3880, extension 3.

We’d love to talk to you, fill out a form on our website.

On this video page, you can find a lot more answers to questions, but we hope this pricing video has helped you out.

Thanks so much.

Should I Hold A Vacant House For A Prospective Tenant?

How Long Should I Hold My Vacant House For A Prospective Tenant In Chattanooga?

What’s up, everybody? Alex Smith here from gkhouses Chattanooga.  I wanted to do another Questions Owners Ask. Today’s question is pretty simple, pretty straightforward, “Should I hold a vacant house for a prospective tenant?”

My opinion about holding a rental house  is that, you shouldn’t. The reason being is however long this prospective tenant takes to make a decision, that’s potential loss of income for you.

That’s showing, you know, you’re potentially losing out on other qualified applicants. What we do is we do a pretty firm no hold policy.

So the only thing that’s gonna hold a house for somebody is a signed lease.

Typically, what we’ve seen is if you put a deadline on something, most human beings are gonna procrastinate, so what that looks like for a rental house is prospective tenant ask you to hold a rental house for a week or 30 days.

You know, most people are probably going to find a way to stretch that out as long as possible, but if you tell them, ” You know, the only thing that’s gonna get you in there is a signed lease, and that’s the only thing I can do to hold it for you.”

You know, it puts the onus on them to make things happen and make a decision.

So hope this video about How Long Should I Hold My Vacant House For A Prospective Tenant In Chattanooga helps.

If you have any questions, you know, feel free to reach out to me and let me know. I’ll be glad to help.

Thank you, everyone for joining me in this video and I will be back to you with another video on such topics. Until, then take care. See you.

Looking To Get Into Real Estate Investing In Chattanooga

Things To avoid While Getting Into Real Estate Investing In Chattanooga.

What’s up everybody? Alex Smith here from gkhouses Chattanooga. This is another edition of Questions Owners Ask. The question I wanted to do today was, “I’m looking to get into real estate investing in Chattanooga, what are some things I should avoid?”

So there’s three I wanted to talk about today.

The First Things To Avoid While Getting Into Real Estate Investing In Chattanooga is pretty simple.

And you would probably do this if you are going to look for a house that you are going to live in Chattanooga, is don’t overpay.

You know, everybody always wants to get the best deal for the lowest price you know, this one is pretty simple don’t overpay.

The Second To Avoid While Getting Into Real Estate Investing In Chattanooga is don’t assume a house is going to appreciate.

And to delve a little bit more into that, don’t have appreciation be your only profit center.

Like the stock market, the housing market is impossible to time. You know, home values can change for reasons outside of your control.

And you know, don’t assume a house is going to appreciate and don’t have that be your only form of profit.

A pro-tip while buying/looking for a house in Chattanooga would be to buy a house that you can add value to you by fixing up, whether that’s, you know, doing a whole flip or maybe rearranging the kitchen, upgrading appliances, upgrading cabinets, adding a bedroom, things like that.

If you wanted to appreciate your house by addition, that’s a good way to do it. But like I said, don’t assume your house is going to appreciate because it might not.

Also, In Chattanooga one thing I wanted to talk about is another thing you can do is buy a house that’s already got a tenant in it.

That’s already cash flowing. That’s another good way to generate some cash flow.

And then the last thing I’ll say about appreciation is even if your house value goes down, if you got a tenant in it, you’re generating cash.

So unless you’re looking to sell the house, it really doesn’t matter what the house is worth, if you’re looking to buy and hold. So yeah.

The Third Thing To Avoid While Getting Into Real Estate Investing In Chattanooga  Would Be The One A Lot  Of People Don’t Think About.

This is something a lot of people just don’t think about but, you know, land-lording is a business regardless of whether you have a property manager or you’re doing it yourself.

And you know, looking that you’re going to have some customer service with keeping tenants happy, keeping vendors happy.

You’re going to want to keep your expenses down and you’re gonna want to keep your, you know, increase your revenue however you can.

So, you know, this one’s pretty easy to overlook, but just make sure you’re treating your homes as an active investment and you’re treating them like a business.

These were a few things that one should avoid while trying to get into Real Estate Investing In Chattanooga.

But that’s pretty much it. And If you are looking for a Property in Chattanooga and , If you have any questions,  I would love to help.

Just let me know. You can call us or you can email us.

Thanks everybody. See ya.

Where Do You Find Tenants In Chattanooga?

What’s up, everybody? This is another “Questions Owners Ask.” My Name is Alex. I run the gkhouse’s office in Chattanooga.

Today’s question is gonna be, where do you find tenants in Chattanooga?

And, might be easier for me to answer this question from the sense of where do we market houses that we have for rent?

So we post a sign in the yard, it’s very underrated.

It’s underrated even in this digital time that we live in but you’re gonna have a lot of people that still look for houses just driving through the neighborhood.

It’s a great way to get a feel for how the neighborhood is during the day and at night, so that’s one thing we always make sure to do.

Another thing is just like most other people, we post on Zillow, Trulia, and HotPads.

If you post on Zillow it’s gonna syndicate to those two other sites, so majority of people still use Zillow to try to find a rental house.

We also use a website called Zumper, and the reason we use Zumper is because it syndicates to Facebook Marketplace which a lot more people are starting to use to find rental houses.

So those are the primary ways that we find tenants. I hope this was helpful.

And If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’d love to help. But thanks, everybody. See you.


Three Reasons To Use gkhouses For Maintenance.

Hello. Spencer Sutton here with gkhouses. And today, I wanna give you three reasons why you should use gkhouses for your rehab or your property maintenance.

So, reason number one and probably one of the most important is that it’s hassle-free.

And what does that mean to you?

Well, that means that you don’t have to go and find vendors, collect quotes, let people in and out of the property.

You don’t have to follow up to make sure that they completed the work the correct way.

Also, You don’t have to worry about getting them back out there for change orders. Any of that, we handle it.

The benefit of that also is that we are going to get this work done quickly and get your house back on the market and rented much sooner than if you are trying to manage this and communicate with people.

So, unless you do this full time, you’re an investor and have full-time people on the ground.

It is going to be much more convenient for you to allow us to handle your maintenance.

So that’s number one, hassle-free.

Number two, all of our work is guaranteed for 12 months.

So, what that means is if we fix something, and any time within the next 12 months there’s a break or something happens because of our workmanship, then we’re going to come back out to the property and we’re going to make it right at our cost.

We’re gonna pay for it. We’re guaranteeing that whatever we fix for you is going to stay fixed for at least 12 months. So, that’s reason number two.

And then, reason number three is that our maintenance staff and vendors are all licensed and insured.

And we’re going to have complete control over that and make sure that they take care of your property.

Well, and if the property is occupied, they will treat your tenants with respect. License and insurance is a big deal.

You will not worry about “Chuck in a truck,” getting injured on your property and suing you.

So, the three main reasons to use gkhouses for your property management:

  1. It is  hassle-free
  2. It is guaranteed for at least 12 months,
  3. Our people are licensed and insured and do quality work.

And I hope that helps you make the decision to use us.

Our whole goal in this is to take care of your tenant if the house is rented, or to get your house back on the market as quickly as possible and rented as fast as possible.

And if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

We would love to talk to you about it.

Ever wondered where to invest in Chattanooga?

Join Matthew Whitaker and Alex Smith as they dive into where to invest in Chattanooga, the Downtown edition.

Mathew: What’s up, everybody? Mathew Whitaker back here with another Where to Invest in Chattanooga episode with my man, Alex Smith.

Alex: What’s up, everybody?

Mathew: We are going to… We’ve already done a video on kind of the general areas that people invest in. Now, we want to start digging into some of the areas that we talked about that we just hit on a high level in another video.

So, we’re going to dig into downtown Chattanooga today, so super excited about that. I am going to share my screen with Alex so he knows what we’re talking about and I’m going to pull up an aerial view of downtown Chattanooga.

So, Alex, I mean the cool thing about downtown Chattanooga, you and I we were talking right before this is, it has a lot of diversity. I mean you have some really nice areas and some areas that are undergoing some gentrification.

So, I’m super excited to hop in here and take a look. I think what people know best is areas around the Tennessee Aquarium, the Museum of American Art. So let’s start there. Let’s start on right there on the river. Talk a little bit about that area for us.

Alex: Yeah, sure. So, as you mentioned, the aquarium’s there, you have a couple of museums. In terms of housing, what you’re going to get here is you’re going to get pretty much 100% condos.

These will be really nice condos. They’ll be, you know, from low thousands to, you know, high two’s, that sort of thing. A lot of young professionals will call this area home. But yeah, that’s pretty much what you’ll get.

Mathew: Yeah, this is a really cool area. One of the cool things too is the walking bridge that takes you kind of to the north shore area where there’s some really unique shops.

Think right in here like nice restaurants, everything is walkable, except I know you have to go up to the bluff right there. So some people might not call it walkable. But it’s a really neat, cool downtown area.

So, jumping from there over to UTC, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, why don’t you talk a little bit about investing around the university?

Mathew: Yeah, so around the university in Fort Wood and Martin Luther King, you’re going to get, you know, a pretty decent combination of condos/apartment/houses.

Your tenant population here is going to be mostly students who just want like a short walk or a short drive to school. You’ve also got the hospital in there. That’s a regional hospital, so they get all kinds of people from all over coming in there.

So, Martin Luther King, you’ve also got the Chattanooga Choo Choo in there. There’s a ton of good restaurants in there. So, you know, you’re going to get a lot of people visiting the city to go to either north of the city or this particular area right here.

For housing, if you don’t get…if you’re not dealing with apartments or condos, or, you know, like small student-type housing, it’s, you know, probably going to be a historic home.

Mathew: Very cool. And I can remember as a kid going to the Choo Choo. So this area right here is a regional draw for like weekend vacationers. So it’s an awesome area to invest. It’s undergoing a lot of revitalization.

All right, let’s go east and look at the zoo, Orchard Village, Orchard Knob, Highland Park area.

Alex: Yeah, so these four areas, when Mathew mentioned gentrification a second ago, this is where it’s going to be. So on one street, you might have, you know, mostly houses that have been flipped and flipped and fixed up and have young families living there.

You know, either the next street or a couple of streets over, you might have some houses that, you know, are looking for somebody to flip. Your quality of properties here is going to be across the board.

Another thing to note here is the word on the street is that the schools are not…public schools are not great in this area as a whole, this area being downtown. Another thing to note is that, you know, if you’re interested in getting into Section 8 housing, this is where you’ll find some good Section 8 type housing.

Mathew: So you’re talking super diverse. I mean all the way from professionals to Section 8.

All right, cool. So as we had west, we jump over the National Cemetery into the south side historic district.

Alex: Yeah, so just like it says most of the houses here are going to be huge, historic type homes built a long time ago. Not really a ton of rental potential out here. I cannot think of a house that we manage in this area. If we do manage one it’s probably one or two. There’s not many.

Mathew: Very cool. And then am I right, kind of south of that, you get into some industrial, west of that, you get into some industrial as well, right?

So obviously the Tennessee River running through the city is an important part of the city’s history. People love to live where they can see the river. There’s multiple mountains around this downtown area.

But we’re super excited about Chattanooga. I was on the phone yesterday with an investor and I was telling him that Chattanooga was the place that he need to be looking for. So, any last thoughts from you, Alex, before we send our viewers on their way?

Alex: Yeah, a couple of things to plug Chattanooga a little bit. So I read an article today on that Chattanooga was tied for 6 nationwide for cities where jobs are going to be for 2019.

Another thing is that Volkswagen is building a new…a plant specifically for their electric cars that’s going to open, I believe it’s 2022. I could be wrong on that but it’s sometime in the next few years.

Mathew: Do you know where that’s going to be built?

Alex: Yeah, Volkswagen is out east.

Mathew: Okay. So right up off of 75?

Alex: Yes.

Mathew: Very cool.

Alex: Yeah, so a lot of potential for a huge influx of people moving to the city for one reason or another. So this is a perfect time to get into investing in Chattanooga.

Mathew: Awesome. Well Alex, thank you so much. This was very helpful. And if you have any questions, I know Alex will be super helpful. Why don’t you give them your number real quick, Alex.

Alex: Yeah, so my number is (423) 648-7368.

Mathew: Awesome. And we will see you all later. Thank you.

How much do you charge for maintenance in Chattanooga?

Alex Smith here from gkhouses, Chattanooga, with another edition of Questions Owners Ask. Today’s question is, “How much do you charge for maintenance in Chattanooga?”

This question has a two part answer: third-party vendors and in-house maintenance.

Third-Party Vendors

We only dispatch licensed, insured, and bonded third-party vendors for jobs like plumbing and HVAC.

We send a work order directly to them, and they’ll go out to the property. Any job that falls under the $500 maintenance reserve, they’ll go ahead and do.

Anything that comes close to or goes over that $500 maintenance reserve, they put together an estimate of hours needed to do the job and any materials associated with completing it. We then send that to you for approval before we dispatch them to go out and fix the issue.

You can feel free to ask us any questions that you have during the process.

If you have someone else that could handle the job for cheaper, that’s perfectly fine too.

In-House Maintenance

We handle any work other than plumbing and HVAC in house.

For general handyman jobs, we charge $78 an hour in labor. We also charge you for materials, which can vary in price depending on the job.

As with third-party vendors, any job under $500 we go ahead and do.

When we send your owner statements twice a month you’ll be able to see the work orders, how much we spend in materials to do the job, and how many hours it took. Feel free to ask us questions.

Anything that comes close to or goes over the $500 reserve, we send you an estimate of hours and materials needs do the job.

Once you approve, we’ll go ahead and do the work, or you can send someone else to go ahead and take care of it.

The work we do may sound expensive, but if you want us to do the maintenance work, you don’t have to deal with the headache brought with dealing with vendors or rehab crews, etc.

We take all that off your hands and give you some peace of mind. All of our work comes with a 12-month warranty.

If we have to go back out and do anything else related to work we’ve already done, that won’t be at any cost to you.

If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us! We would love to talk to you!

Should I advertise my rental home in Chattanooga newspapers?

Alex Smith here from gkhouses Chattanooga, with another edition of “Questions Owners Ask.” Today’s question is Should I advertise my rental home in Chattanooga newspapers?

Short answer? No.

There are several places you can advertise your rental home that’s free and will get a lot more views than a newspaper would. Most of the time people either drive through a neighborhood to look for rental homes or they browse available homes on Zillow.

These days there are options available other than Zillow and Trulia. You’ve got Craigslist. You’ve got the Facebook Marketplace. There are a lot more avenues when advertising that you don’t have to pay for and that will generate infinitely more exposure than a newspaper would.

I hope this helps! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out!

Where To Invest In Birmingham

Where To Invest In Birmingham: Adamsville, Forestdale, and Graysville

What’s up, everybody? This is Matthew Whitaker back and I am doing a kind of overview of Birmingham investing.

Today I’m going to dig into Adamsville, Forestdale, and Graysville area. So this is a very popular area for investing. What I’m going to do now is a jump over to the map and I’m just going to walk you through, dig in deep on these areas.

So you have the whole city of Birmingham right here. If you go northwest up the new I-22, so I-22 connects Birmingham with Memphis, you run into the City of Forestdale, which is right here.

Then Adamsville is after that and Graysville is after that. Let me see if I can’t zoom in on that. There you go. So, again, brand-new interstate cut through here. This is the area that I’m talking about, Forestdale, Adamsville, Graysville.

Now if you’ve seen my other video on the Center Point Parkway area, then you will notice that this is going to be very similar. So houses were built around the same time, in the late ’50s, ’60s. So they are great, super-efficient houses. You’re going to find C+ neighborhoods to B- neighborhoods, so there are some really good areas, particularly for the rental investor.

Value For Your Investment

The difference between the Center Point Parkway area and this area is the just concentration of homes. So there are a lot fewer homes to the northwest of Birmingham than there is to the northeast of Birmingham.

So these houses here are a huge, huge, huge return for value. In other words, the money you put into these homes, the rents are very high relative to that. I don’t want to get into quoting too many numbers.

Obviously, I want the videos to last a little bit a while. If you want some current figures, please call us. But this is a highway that runs northwest. It actually used to be the one that connected to Memphis. This right here is the interstate.

The town of Forestdale, Adamsville, once you get into Adamsville they have a bunch of retail along this, and Graysville all go to county schools which is different. They go to Minor High School. And so, again, very good areas for investing.

If you have any specific questions, give us a ring. I’m Matthew Whitaker with gkhouses.

Property Management Pricing in Fort Collins

Spencer Sutton here with gkhouses. I’m here to answer your question, “What is your property management pricing in Fort Collins?” This is probably the number one question we get asked by new or prospective owners. 

We have three different pricing plans, which you can view on our Fort Collins pricing page. We have a Gold plan, a Platinum plan, and an Investor plan. I will walk you through each of those.

Gold Package

On average, 80% of the time we receive a house, it is vacant. Maybe an owner or a tenant has moved out, and they ask us to come in and manage the property.

The very first thing we do in this scenario is a full inspection of the house.

This doesn’t cost you anything. It is just something we do to get a good assessment of your property. Then we write a report to explain whether the house is rent ready or if it needs some work. If work needs to be done, we list the different items on there.

Once the house is ready to rent and ready to be marketed, then we aggressively market the home. We list the property on our website, Trulia, Zillow, Facebook Marketplace, and many other reputable sites. We put it in front of as many people as possible and encourage them to go look at the house. Then we gather as many applications as possible.

We screen thoroughly for very specific criteria with each applicant in order to find a well-qualified tenant for your house. Once we find that tenant, we collect a security deposit that we hold in a separate account. We collect the first month’s rent and then get them to sign a lease.

Up until this point there’s no fee. You haven’t paid anything for our services!

The first fee you will see on any of our packages package is the leasing fee. This one-time fee covers all the work we do in getting that tenant in, screening them, and getting them to sign a lease. The leasing fee in the Gold package is 50% of the first month’s rent. This is a one-time fee for placing a brand new tenant. We will take it out of the tenant’s first month rent.

From that point forward, the management fee is $109 a month. It doesn’t matter if you rent your house for $3,000 a month or for $2,000 a month or for $1,500. It’s is the same flat fee.

This will include all of our standard property management services. Rent is direct deposited it into your bank account each month. We also handle any work orders and communicate with the tenant for you. This is all paid for with that $109 management fee.

We also have optional services that you can choose from.

One of these is quarterly inspections. In those quarterly inspections we change air filters in the home, check batteries and smoke detectors, and then walk around the house to take pictures. We you a report of what we find to let you know exactly how the tenant is taking care of your property.

The other service is preventative maintenance on your heating and air system. We go out twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall, to make sure that everything is working properly.

These are two of the optional services that you can add to the Gold Package for an additional charge.

Platinum Package

The Platinum Package is the Cadillac of packages. This plan is more expensive, but it’s special because we guarantee rent.

Let’s say we found a great tenant for your home, and then five months in, they lose their job or they go through some type of personal crisis and are unable pay rent. You would still receive the same amount of rent regardless. We’ll still send you the same funds every single month, whether they pay or not.

And if for some unfortunate reason we have to evict a tenant, then we will pay for all of that as well.

We’ll pay for the attorneys, the court calls, and the set out charges, and you will still be getting rent during that process.

Once we take possession of your property again, we pay you for an additional three months or until we find you another qualified tenant, whichever comes first.

The quarterly inspections and the furnace inspection are included in the Platinum plan. We do the furnace inspection biannually in the spring and in the fall.

There is no leasing fee with the Platinum Package, but the monthly management fee is more expensive than the Gold. It starts at $219 and then goes up in tranches based on how much you rent your house for. On our Fort Collins pricing page, we have a scale account of what that those prices would be.

Investor Package

Our last plan is the Investor Package. If you are an investor with one or more properties, we offer a pricing structure more suited to what investors are used to.

The leasing fee is 50% of the first month’s rent. The monthly management fee is 8% of rent collected.

The Investor package is include the same services that are in the gold package. You’d have the opportunity to add additional services if you wanted to.


With these three packages, we provide options that you can choose from to find the best fit for you.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out!