Looking For a Great Property Management Company in Cincinnati

8 Replies

Hi!

I'm looking for a great Property Management Company that specializes in Class B/C properties, ideally with Section 8 experience.  Does anyone have any recommendations?

Thanks!

Hey Steve! 

I am a fully licensed agent in the Cincinnati area. I work for a family owned Property Management company.  

I'd be happy to answer some of your questions, let's connect and please feel free to send me a message!

@Steve Yang I grew up and started by REI business in Cincinnati. Our portfolio grew to a point where we needed 3rd party management a few years back so we began to source quality options. We did this by acting as prospective tenants for listed rental properties similar to the ones we had in our portfolio. Unfortunately, this yielded terrible results with very few people answering the phone or responding at all to our outreach. Ultimately we decided to virtually integrate and open our own management company arm. It now services all our portfolio but we do not do third party management.

Hopefully, things have changed a bit since we were looking a few years ago. Although I don't have a good recommendation for you I would suggest taking the approach we did rather than just go into the office and talk to the sales rep. Sales reps can make the worst operation sound good but getting on the phone as a prospective tenant will show you how the operations are really being handled. 

Best of luck!

Originally posted by @Jered Sturm :

@Steve Yang I grew up and started by REI business in Cincinnati. Our portfolio grew to a point where we needed 3rd party management a few years back so we began to source quality options. We did this by acting as prospective tenants for listed rental properties similar to the ones we had in our portfolio. Unfortunately, this yielded terrible results with very few people answering the phone or responding at all to our outreach. Ultimately we decided to virtually integrate and open our own management company arm. It now services all our portfolio but we do not do third party management.

Hopefully, things have changed a bit since we were looking a few years ago. Although I don't have a good recommendation for you I would suggest taking the approach we did rather than just go into the office and talk to the sales rep. Sales reps can make the worst operation sound good but getting on the phone as a prospective tenant will show you how the operations are really being handled. 

Best of luck!

this is an interesting idea. How did you make this work as a remote investor? did you just hire someone locally? 

https://www.amangeo.com/ George Emmons is here on BP, he is the operations manager. I've met him at local meetups and have heard good things. I can't personally vouch for the company but others have.

Hello BP Crew, 

I'm also looking for property management suggestions in the Cincinnati area. I'm closing on a 10 unit in about a month close to Xavier.  I've spoke to a few people but I'd like to get a few more contacts before I make a decision. 

Thanks

Alex

Create Lasting Wealth Through Real Estate

Join the millions of people achieving financial freedom through the power of real estate investing

Start here