Signs you should fire your property manager - They’re quiet… too quiet

No one likes being bombarded by endless calls, texts, and emails, but it’s much worse if your property manager never checks in.

They should be happy to report back to you regularly and give you updates as often as you request them, but if you feel like you’re getting to know their message service more than them, take this as an alarm bell.

For instance, if you can’t remember the last time, they offered you a market comparison or recommended a rental increase, that is cause for concern— as you could be missing out on potential income.

Managing properties is their job and communicating with landlords regularly should be part and parcel of that job description.

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Jason Gwerder
Wednesday, 20 April 2022

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