Sometimes, despite the research you perform or the recommendations you receive, relationships don’t work out. It could be a personality conflict, missed expectations, or inflexibility (on both parties account). If you find yourself in this situation, then it may be time to find a new manager. Take note of what’s working and what’s not. Your new manager should ask why you’re switching and confirm that he or she can satisfy your requirements. Be candid with your new manager about why you’re changing firms.
We were interviewed for this property when the owners originally purchased it. They ended going in another direction. About two years later they reached out to us again. They were not happy with their current manager. We reviewed the situation and determined we could meet their requirements. They decided to terminate the other firm and hire us.
We went to the property and found it was not showing well in it’s current state. We suggested a number of repairs and improvements to make the property desirable at it’s price point. The recommendations were approved and we quickly completed the work. We also advised on other business matters left open. The property was listed with new photography and leased in 30 days to a terrific family moving to the area.
When things are not going smoothly with your property management company, and you both have tried resolving your issues without success, then it’s time to call Lindsay Leasing. We’re always happy to talk to you about your situation and see if we might be able to help you. So give us a call and let’s see what we can do together.