Our’s goal is simple. We aim to help property owners secure reliable, trusted, and experienced property management services. We created PropertyManagement.com because we know that the oversight and control of real estate is stressful enough – choosing a property management service should be painless. Our website compares and connects homeowners with the best property management services in the United States. Whether you are looking for detailed guides, comprehensive resources, easy-to-understand tools and calculators, or full-service property management, we’ve got you covered.
Our specialized process carefully filters for the best property management companies, so you don’t have to. This methodology includes evaluating companies across more than 30 metrics. We look at metrics such as companies’ average review score and whether they use up-to-date market research, among many others.
We know you don’t have the time to browse through page after page of results to uncover quality service you can trust. That’s why we spent the time digging through numerous websites to create summaries that provide essential highlights about all the companies that clear our selection process.
Lana Williams is a Quality Control Specialist for a property management company in Lake Tahoe, California. She began her career during her undergraduate years, when she wrote a letter to a homeowner’s association for a high-end client about fence code requirements. Her willingness to research laws and dedication to quality led to her managing two estates, one belonging to a former senator and the other a historic ranch.
Her current roster of projects includes both traditional and luxury homes. She was recently promoted to a customer service-oriented position, allowing her to help renters with her expertise in property management. She’s also a commercial real estate loan consultant for a rapidly expanding boutique firm on the east coast.
Lana holds an undergraduate and graduate degree with certifications in English and property management.
Veronique Hart has been a results-driven leasing consultant for over a decade. As a service-oriented, passionate individual, Hart has spent her career ensuring client satisfaction and comfort alongside a monthly closing ratio between 60 and 100%– she’s an expert at client, resident, and owner relations. “I am here to make our residents, owners, and prospects as happy as possible,” says Hart of her career in apartment leasing consultancy.
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