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Tomball Property Management and Leasing Services
Marketing and Leasing from a Tomball property manager you can trust.
Our procedures help to ensure the quickest rentals to the best tenants.
Advertising typically begins an average of 25 days before the home is vacant.
Using current rent comparable and our experience helps produce higher rents and less vacancy.
Your property is listed in the REALTOR MLS, and numerous websites including rentalhomesplus.com, freerentalsite.com, texasrealestate.com, realtor.com, har.com, chron.com, zillow.com, our own website, and others.
Yard signs are placed on the property where appropriate.
Our quality long term reputation for well managed homes obtains more showings from other agents.
Our rigorous tenant screening assists in finding better tenants.
Professional comprehensive forms, developed over the years as one of the busiest Tomball property management companies protect your interests and comply with applicable laws.
Active Property Management in Tomball
We are not just "rent collectors", we are Tomball property managers, and we earn our fees each month.
We take pictures of the property before move in and at move out.
Rents are due on the first and late after the third.
We personally call all tenants owing rent after the 5th.
We send 3 Day Notices to Vacate if rent not received by the 10th.
We file eviction in the middle of the month if the rent is still not paid.
We attend all court proceedings on your behalf.
We enforce all provisions of the lease.
We handle all Home Owners correspondence and/or violations.
We have a third party perform a walk through property report on all our homes at least once a year and provide written reports with pictures.
Maintenance and Repairs
Tenants can request repairs through our website or for emergencies through our telephone system.
We do not have an in-house maintenance department that needs to generate work.
We use highly qualified, yet reasonably priced, reliable, insured, and licensed (if required) vendors.
If necessary or unusual, we obtain competitive bids.
No repair work will be performed over $300 without your permission unless an emergency.
Client Communications, Accounting, and Monthly Statements
We use a professional, highly rated, solid accounting software and management database program.
We contact our clients for all major decisions, new tenants, and repairs over $300.
We provide electronic monthly statements through our secure Owner Portal on our website.
Our detailed monthly statements show all income and expenses and include details of all repairs.
We provide simple year end summary statements and a 1099, making tax preparation a snap.
Your monthly statement will show rent (if occupied) or you will have a note from us included as to what steps we have taken to collect the rent.
Your proceeds are electronically credited to your bank account through ACH.
We accept electronic payments and credit cards to ease make ready and other major item costs.
Our management fee on most properties is ten percent of the collected rent. If we don't collect the rent, we do not get paid.
We do not charge an "administrative fee" to our clients on normal repairs.
We charge one month's lease amount as a leasing fee on a twelve month or longer lease. This includes all advertising, marketing, and fees paid to any leasing agents.
We charge twenty percent of one month's lease amount to execute a lease renewal which includes researching rent comparable, reviewing the tenant's payment history and the condition of the property, preparing the renewal lease, negotiations, and obtaining all signatures for the executed document.
That's all the fees most of our clients have or will ever see.
If you are looking for the best Tomball property management company to either find you an investment property and/or manage your investment property or home in Tomball, you have come to the right place.
Settlement began in the Tomball area in the early 19th century, where settlers found an open, fertile land that received adequate rainfall—perfect conditions for farming and raising cattle. It was on a land granted in 1838 to William Hurd's heirs. In 1906 the area began to boom. Railroad line engineers often noticed that the Tomball area was on the boundary between the low hills of Texas and the flat coastal plains of the Gulf, making it an ideal location for a train stop. The railroad could load more cargo on each car, because the topography gently sloped toward the Galveston ports and provided an easier downhill coast. Thomas Henry Ball, an attorney for the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railroad, convinced the railroad to run the line right through downtown Tomball. Soon after, people came in droves to this new train stop. Hotels, boarding houses, saloons, and mercantile stores all began to spring up in the area. At first, people called the area Peck, after a chief civil engineer of the railroad line. However, on December 2, 1907, the town was officially named Tom Ball, later to be shortened to one word, for Mr. Ball. Source From Wikipedia
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