Why Aspen Management

What is Most Important to Real Estate Investors?

Does Our Depth and Experience Make Us the Right Property Manager for You?


What Does a Property Manager Do?

experienceA property manager takes care of all the day-to-day operations regarding your property so that you don't have to see to them yourself.

The property manager collects rents, arranges for routine maintenance, and even seeks out and vets new tenants through leasing partners. By networking with reputable leasing agents using only the latest technology and software, we'll be able to find the right tenants for your property.

We'll always make sure to be at the property at least once a week to oversee operations. Hands-on is definitely better than "from a distance."

Honesty, Integrity, and Experience

If you're concerned about whether or not we know what we're doing, don't be. We own 100 commercial properties ourselves. We oversee more than 1,000 tenants. Most of all, we have more than four decades of experience. We understand the intricacies of property management. We're conscientious, friendly, and professional — so even when unpleasant tasks need doing, like evictions or other legal proceedings, we'll take care of them in a way that honors everyone's best interests. We've got more experience than the other guys, so you can rely on us to do the job right the first time.

Some of Our Other Advantages

maintenanceWe understand the unpredictability of space planning and the ins and outs of both building codes and laws governing leasing agreements. We make sure everyone who works with us is thoroughly trained and knows what to do in most any situation.

Of course, it's not possible to plan for every contingency; therefore, we ensure that our employees can think on their feet and devise a solution on-the-fly when necessary.

That Nasty Paperwork

When it comes to the mountain of paperwork required in the 21st-century legal landscape, we've got everything covered. We always aim to be as up-to-date on all procedures as possible because not knowing is a recipe for disaster. If the paperwork isn't right and you get called into court, you will lose. It's our job to prevent that, and we always seek to do things right the first time.

Keeping the books is even more crucial to your success than other paperwork. The so-called "bottom line" affects your livelihood, your ability to pay your employees, and your ability to conduct business. That's why we, as property owners ourselves, are fanatical about flawless books. In fact, we keep better books than 90% of our customers do before we take over the management of their properties. We're even better than most national brands. The reason is simple: When you succeed, we succeed.

To get a FREE comprehensive and complete “Safety Inspection and Condition Report” which is (valued at $2,500), please fill out the form on our website today. We will get back to you within a few short hours to setup a consultation and our on-site visits to your property.

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