I have been managing residential rental properties since 1997. Though I handle quite a few properties in northeast Virginia Beach, I am currently expanding the scope of my business.
It in no secret that the real estate market is changing. Many of the mega teams that became popular a couple years ago are disbanding or shrinking in size due to decreased sales volume. I have noticed this in the local RE/MAX franchises as well.
If you are a sales agent that also manages rental property, are you considering any of the following options?:
1. Moving to a company that will not let you, as a sales agent, also handle rentals.
2. Retiring (or semi-retiring) and looking to decrease your rental headaches.
3. Finding property management is not your "cup of tea"?
If so, your rental management accounts have real value. I would be happy to take rental management accounts off your hands and provide your clients with excellent service. I would also like to offer a compensation package to you on a per account basis, upon successful transfer of your accounts.
Do you have any sale listings that you "know" will not sell anytime soon, maybe that the owner has even asked you about the possibility of having to rent the property. I will pay you (with your client's approval) a "finder's fee" for the referral of that client, if they enter into a property management agreement with me.
Are you a real estate broker with a small company looking to "sell the business"?
I am committed to establishing mutually beneficial, long term real estate relationships. I am a member of NARPM, and active in the property management professional community. Here is a link to a page featuring most of my rental properties: Mark's Rental Homes
Thanks for you time, -Mark
Mark A. Moore, ABR
REALTOR, Property Manager
4701 Columbus Street, Suite 200
Virginia Beach, VA 23462