Laramie Property Management
(and most of the US) property management companies are required by law to be licensed real estate brokers. And with good reason. If you need Laramie property management
to collect rent, list properties for rent, and negotiate leases – you need the expertise of Real Estate 1 Jerry Walsh & Co
. state law also requires a business license. If you do not live near the property or simply don’t have the time to manage the property consider Laramie property management
Property management entails operation of commercial, industrial, or residential real estate. Duties include management of personal property, equipment, and capital assets required to repair and maintain the property. RE1 property management will accept rent, address maintenance issues, and communicate with tenants. RE1 will do everything from manage the accounts and finances of the property, handle litigation, contractors, and insurance. Laramie property management
will handle evictions, non-payment issues, harassment, public nuisance issues, and protect the value of your investment for the long-term.
Professional Property Management
Your assigned Laramie Realtor
® will handle your Laramie property
as if it were their own. They’ll do regular inspections, arrange 12 month leases, and ensure a low vacancy rate. As Real Estate Property Managers, RE1 is required by law to be licensed by the Wyoming Real Estate Commission and to be accountable for actions. Property managers collect rent and security deposits and place them in Real Estate 1 Trust Account (as required by Wyoming law). Rent is processed; bills are received and paid (as requested by the owner, e.g. mortgages, taxes, insurance, water, electric, garbage, maintenance, etc.). Net proceeds are deposited in the owner’s checking account, savings account, or the net check is directed to the owner by mail.
If you own rental property or plan on investing, allow the experts at RealEstate1Wyo.com to tailor your management to your needs. Real Estate 1 provides a 24 hour line for tenant emergencies, reports to you each month, directly deposits your earnings, and pays any mortgage or utility bills.
Ask about sliding commission rates!