Phoenix Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your Phoenix Rental Property
Let us take the stress out of managing your properties!
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive porfolio of single family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments in the Phoenix / Metro Phoenix area.
Our Mission / Philosophy is to provide comprehensive management services:
- One-on-One customer service
- Fast maintenance turnaround
- Reduce investor/owner frustration
- Protect investment/asset value
- Quick leasing of properties
Denman Realty & Property Management offers the following experience to our home owners:
- Over 20 years as a Licensed real estate agent
- Real Estate Broker since 2000
- Personally owned rental property for over fifteen years
- Over 20 years professional property management experience
- Six years of financial analysis experience in the real estate industry
- In house residential property investment consulting services
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- Perform periodic drive-by inspections to ensure the property is being properly maintained.
- Perform periodic inspection of interior of property to ensure it is being properly maintained.
- Arrange and supervise property repairs and maintenance.
- Competitive bidding on major repairs required. Provide prior notification and seek authorization from owner on all major expenses and repairs.
- Written bids sent for prior authorization on improvements.
- Handle all tenant calls including “middle of the night” emergency calls.
- Periodic owner updates during vacancies.
- Update owners on new laws affecting their rental properties.
- Collect monthly rents and follow collection / eviction policy as needed.
- Maintain security deposit records.
- Provide monthly statements, checks and copies of receipts. Statements prepared and sent on the 20th of every month.
- Provide end-of-year accounting summary (IRS Form 1099) for assistance in tax preparation.
- Review & pay all expenses in timely manner.
- Pay monthly repair and maintenance expenses if applicable. We do not mark up any of the trade bills. You pay actual costs.
- Advertise vacancies through property signs, Multiple Listing Service (MLS), Internet and other sources.
- Show properties to prospective tenants.
- Carefully screen tenants through researching and verifying prior rental history, employers, and credit bureaus (criminal background check available upon request at additional cost).
- Perform move-in and move-out inspection when tenants enter or vacate property.
- Distribute security deposits based on tenant performance and property condition at move-out.
- Additional Services (Services offered for additional fees)
- Manage / supervise insurance repairs or property renovations
- Provide vacant inspection service for property owners who seasonally occupy their property and do not want to rent it out during their absence.
“I highly recommend Denman Realty Property Management for the management of your property. They have been our property management company for over 2 years and it has been a wonderful experience. Our property manager, has been outstanding! She is easy to work with and always prompt in getting in touch with me if there are any issues with a property. Denman Property Management is well organized, timely in response, follow-through and results oriented. Our tenants are very happy and that makes it a successful experience.”
- Meg & John- West Valley, AZ
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What pet policies are there?A: No property owners will approve occupancy for the following breeds of dogs:
- Pit bulls
- German Shepherds
Phoenix Area Information
Phoenix has maintained a growth streak in recent years, growing by 24.2% before 2007. This made it the second-fastest-growing metropolitan area in the United States surpassed only by Las Vegas. In 2008 Squaw Peak, the second tallest mountain in the city, was renamed Piestewa Peak after Army Specialist Lori Ann Piestewa, an Arizonan and the first Native American woman to die in combat, as well as being the first American female casualty of the 2003 Iraq War. 2008 also saw Phoenix as one of the cities hardest hit by the subprime mortgage crisis, and by early 2009, the median home price was $150,000, down from its $262,000 peak in 2007. Crime rates in Phoenix have gone down in recent years and once troubled, decaying neighborhoods such as South Mountain, Alhambra, and Maryvale have recovered and stabilized. Recently downtown Phoenix and the central core have experienced renewed interest and growth, resulting in numerous restaurants, stores and businesses opening or relocating to central Phoenix.