Real Property Management Boise Creates FAQs For Owners & Renters

Real Property Management Boise Creates FAQs For Owners & Renters

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RPM Boise answers the most commonly asked questions from property owners, and renters.

Boise, ID, U.S. – June 20, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Hundreds of people each month enter into rental contracts in the Boise area. During the initial stages both owners and renters have questions about how the rental agreement is set up and how that structure will operate moving forward.

“We have a powerful proprietary system that allows us to effectively manage compliance and legal issues, collect rent, maintenance, repairs, and even handle evictions on a 24-hour basis.” It’s a smooth running system, and Said Wendy Chapman, manager of Real Property Management Boise, but both owners and renters need to know how that system works, in order to take full advantage.” That is why we created a list of the most commonly asked questions for both renters and owners, and made it available on our web page to provide immediate answers.”

For renters, the list includes:
– How do I pay my rent, and can I pay online?
– How can I get maintenance help, and what if I need help after hours?
– Are pets allowed?
– How do I give notice?
– Am I responsible for paying all utilities?
and more…

For owners, the list includes:
– How do I evict a tenant?
– When / How do I collect my rent proceeds?
– How do I know my property is being property taken care of?
– Do I get monthly statements?
– What do I do if I want to sell my rental?
– How Do I collect the security deposit?
and more…

“Our mission is to manage rental property in Boise in such a way that all parties involved benefit. Property owners save time, avoid headaches, and maximize profits, while renters enjoy a well organized and efficient management team that can quickly resolve any problems or concerns.” Stated Wendy Chapman.

To see the full list of FAQ’s visit: http://www.realpropertyboise.com/faq

For more information about us, please visit http://www.realpropertyboise.com

Contact Info:
Name: Wendy Chapman
Email: info@realpropertyboise.com
Address: 11513 Fairview Ave Suite #101 Boise, ID 83713
Phone: (208) 287-8222
Organization: Real Property Management Boise

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