HI BP! I'm looking for a property manager for a few homes I own in Charlotte. Any advice / recommendations greatly appreciated.
@Brielle Ford - Thanks for the reply. I am very interested in discussing this further.
thanks for the recommendation!
@Jeff Sullivan I use 4 seasons in Charlotte. They have done a great job for me. They seem to handle a bunch in Noda area and nearby like 28215.
@Matthew Benfield Thanks!
@Steve Maginnis Thank you! I’ll be reaching out.
If you're interested in working with a property manager, making sure they are local experts can be one of the most imporant factors in making sure your rental property is profitable and up to code with local legislation and rental increases.
Having worked with Steve Rozenberg, Bigger Pockets contributor, professional real estate investor, and Head of Investment Education at Mynd Management, I've learned that not having a local team can be one of the biggest drains on investors return on investment.
There are some great ways to source a local team. I'm happy to tell you more if you're interested.
check out Bottom Line Property Management in Charlotte there are a handful of BP regulars that use BLPM for property management.
@Natalie Gillespie I completely agree with you! I am in the process of building my first local team now and would be grateful if you shared any other insight on the subject that you have learned :)
@Marquitia Booker Check out Mynd they are the experts at helping Investors find the right Property Management Coverage and Plan, with outstanding Portfolio Managers who oversee all aspects of your investment from making a property rent ready, leasing, rent collection, accounting, etc. They are in 20 different markets across the country. I use them for my Arizona rental property and it's thriving as an investment for me! Message me if you would like the contact info or website. Best of luck!
Feel free to PM me for suggestions of who NOT to use :). Good luck in your search!