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Residential Property Leasing Services


Are you looking for a property management leasing agent? At Manage Your Property, we provide property lease management services to help you keep your properties in top condition. Our team of experts will go above and beyond to ensure that your lease management is taken care of from start to finish. We understand that every property is different, and we want to make sure your property management needs are met in a way that is customized for your residential property. We are a full-service property management firm, offering everything from leasing and eviction to budgeting and maintenance.



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Our Approach to Property Lease Management

What is Leasing?
Leasing is simply renting an apartment or house for an agreed-upon amount of time. The landlord or building owner provides the space for rent, and the tenant pays them each month for use of the space. This payment goes towards rent, maintenance fees, utilities, etc., so both parties benefit from having someone occupy their property.

When you choose Manage Your Property as your property manager, you're working with a dedicated team of professionals who have been in this industry for years. We know the ins and outs of managing residential real estate, so don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions about our services or what it means for your business.

As a full-service property management firm, we understand that there’s more to managing your space than just collecting rent checks from tenants every month. Our comprehensive approach takes into account everything from tenant screening to parking lot maintenance and everything in between—so you can focus on running your business and not worry about the details of leasing real estate.

Our services include:

  • Property Leasing
  • Property Valuation
  • Property Management
  • Residential Leasing
  • Property Maintenance and Repairs

And more.

Why Choose Manage Your Property

We have over 20 years of experience in this field, so we know exactly what it takes to make sure your properties are properly maintained and managed at all times.

We get to know you, your goals, and your vision for the future. Then we hand-select properties that match those needs, and manage the entire lease process for you.

We believe in full transparency—that's why our fees are clearly outlined on our website, and why we have a transparent breakdown of what goes into our rates.

Have any questions or concerns? Get in touch with us today.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Property Lease Management Services

Yes. We expect to provide management services for every property we lease. Our goal is to create a relationship with the landlord and tenant that is beneficial to both parties and also to make sure that the property is well-maintained and well-managed so that your tenants are happy and you have no problems with your property. Please refer to our pricing plans for a comprehensive list of services covered in our packages.
We will advertise your house for lease through our website, social media, and other digital platforms. We take care to make sure that each of these channels is an appropriate fit for your property.
Yes. You can add any special conditions that you want in a lease, so long as they don't conflict with the law or cause problems for the landlord.
Yes, the lease agreement is a contract between the Owner and Tenant. The owner agrees to rent out the property to the tenant for a certain length of time in exchange for rent payments and other terms. The owner also agrees to maintain the property during this time, and allow the tenant access to it.
If you're a landlord, you need insurance. It's that simple. If there's no insurance, then the property owner is personally liable for any damage to the property, and they could be out of pocket if something goes wrong.
Tenants can change the names on a lease by submitting an amendment to the landlord. A tenant may also request a new lease when there is a change in ownership.
The length of a typical lease agreement can vary depending on the type of lease contract the parties choose to execute. The most common types of lease agreements—the fixed-term and the month-to-month lease—are usually for one year, but some organizations choose to enter into longer leases for periods of two or even three years.