Category Archives: Mesa

Why Buy A Rental?

Why buy a Rental?  Lack of wage growth Baby Boomers and Investors who are looking to increase their footprint in the single-family rental market should consider looking in one of the top 10 U.S. markets with the highest cap rate, according to data released by HomeUnion on Tuesday. The cap rate on an Single Family Residence investment… Read more

Take Late Payments Seriously

Landlords often excuse late payments from tenants and do not enforce the late fees that are stipulated in the lease agreement. This is a big mistake. Failure to enforce your lease terms sends the wrong message to your tenants. Tenants receive the message: The landlord does not have a backbone and I can pay what… Read more

4 Ways to Improve Your Business and Be a Successful Real Estate Investor

1. Friends who talk negatively about your business.   Your friends probably have a much bigger influence on your business than you realize. If you’re frequently hanging out with people who don’t have positive attitudes, their mindset could potentially bring some dysfunction into your business if you’re not careful. Surround yourself with people who strengthen… Read more

Successful Real Estate Partnerships

4 signs of a Real Estate Partner-coming from a guy who has moved over 12,000 homes in 7 years 1. Healthy business partners speak respectfully about their partner even when their partner isn’t there to hear it. The tone of your words when speaking to your business partner OR about your partner will ultimately set… Read more

Arizona Property Management Experts

We are Arizona’s property management experts! Our staff is ready to help you rent and manage your investment property. Call us today at 480-654-3655 to discuss our services.

Are Rents On The Rise? A Heat Wave For Rentals!

Many have heard that the housing market has a lower than normal amount of listings and that favors sellers being able to sell their properties at a higher price, but how is the Rental Market these days? In the Phoenix Metropolitan area from January 2014 to January 2015 rents have risen 5.6% and since January… Read more

Broker Supervision Leads to Honor Roll Status

Property Management is a complex business that is required to account for all money received by clients and customers. Andrew is our broker and is responsible for reconciling the accounting reports each month to make sure all money is fully accounted for. He is also responsible for making sure that all paper work is in… Read more

I Want To Be Your Property Manager

Danyele discusses her experience in the property management and real estate fields. She has local Arizona knowledge, a charming personality, and experience to make sure your property is well taken care of. Call her today at 480-654-3655.

How to Hold on to your Security Deposit

Whether you’re dealing with a landlord or property management that the landlord’s hired, a big concern when renting a house or apartment is retaining that precious security deposit. Here are some tips on making sure you get it back in full when you move out. When You Move In Read your lease carefully. Make sure… Read more

How to Never Miss a Call from a Prospective Client

Many landlords choose to manage their own Mesa property investments, which means they are responsible for billing, collecting rent, inspections and maintenance on the property and several more crucial items. Especially when a property is vacant, finding and screening prospective tenants can be a hassle. You may end up receiving phone calls at all hours… Read more

Mesa Office Location

Our office is located at 2812 N Norwalk Ste #103 in Mesa Arizona. We are in The Commons Business park north of McDowell Rd and east of Val Vista Dr.

Do 360 Tours Make A Difference?

One of the most important aspects of getting a potential resident into a rental property is sparking their imaginations. When renters can “see” themselves living in a particular space, and even start mentally arranging furniture, they are far more likely to take a liking to the property and consider moving in. While photographs can serve… Read more

Is My Vacancy Rate Normal?

If you’ve ever had a vacant rental property, you know what a stressful time that can be. Every month that your Mesa property investments are empty equals monthly income lost, and while it’s important to remember that having some time while your properties are empty is a normal part of owning rental properties, having the… Read more

I Don’t Get Reports from Property Managers

An important aspect of owning a rental property is being able to keep track of all the events that affect your property. Since your property managers are typically responsible all of the activities regarding your property, you can often be left in the dark. Since your investment property is a major part of your net… Read more

My Owner Draw Has Dried Up, Where is My Income?

You did the hard work of finding, purchasing and leasing out your income property. You did it, expecting a stream of income. That’s was the whole idea. What happened? An extended vacancy, a long turnover time, or a tenant having difficulties paying in a timely manner, are some of the reasons why your draw can… Read more

What’s Up With the Mesa Light Rail?

If you were here back in 2006, you remember when the light rail line was first being constructed on Main street. The tractors came back to extend the Valley Metro Light Rail three miles further, all the way to Mesa drive, and we’ve been watching the progress of that since 2012. Scheduled to be completed… Read more

Apple opening data center in Mesa

Announced in early February of this year, the tech giant Apple said that it will invest $2 billion over the next ten years to convert the GT Advanced plant in Mesa into a new data center. The new facility—which will serve as a command center for the company’s global networks—will employ 150 full-time Apple employees… Read more

How do I handle a problem tenant?

There are horror stories abound about the most irresponsible and destructive tenants. For an example of the worst that could possibly happen, check out “Bad Tenants” on YouTube. The problems that tenants can cause range from relatively small, like stains on the carpet, to the downright criminal, like setting up a meth lab. Most of… Read more

Five fun birthday activities for kids

So your little one’s turning a year older soon, and you want to make this birthday a fun one. Keeping kids entertained is no easy task, so we’ve got some birthday game ideas to help you keep the party fun and energetic. Here’s a list of five of our favorites: Popcorn Drop This is a… Read more