As a Wake County based management firm with over 40 years of service, we strive to provide each of our clients and their tenants with professional, prompt, and courteous service. Our licensed Property Managers and staff, working from our three office locations, treat all clients and tenants with respect and dignity.
Prepare & Maintain Your Property for Lease
Your Property Manager will meet with you to evaluate your property and make recommendations to prepare your property to obtain the optimal monthly rental amount.
Your Property Manager will coordinate the completion of any maintenance or repair items you have approved using our extensive network of qualified vendors to ensure all work is completed to proper standards.
Rhyne Mgmt. does not benefit financially in any way from maintenance or repair work that may be required to maintain your property. All maintenance activities are subcontracted to experienced, fully insured vendors, with whom we have established a history of quality workmanship practices and volume pricing arrangements.
Determine the Optimal Monthly Rental Amount
Your Property Manager will do a market analysis to determine the optimal monthly rental amount for your property utilizing a wide range of professional resources
Your Property Manager will continue to gauge the market for your property’s highest potential rent rate that a qualified tenant will support. .
Design a Targeted Marketing Program
Your Property Manager will meet with you to design a targeted marketing program to rent your property as quickly as possible.
A marketing program will be initiated utilizing multiple Internet resources, apartment finder publications, university directories, on-site information listing boxes, local newspapers, flyers, and property signage.
Competent Screening of Applicants
Your Property Manager will obtain and thoroughly review each prospective tenant's rental and credit history. Employment and income verification’s are required of each applicant.
Criminal and legal background checks are obtained on all applicants.
Many years of experience and training will guide your Property Manager through the screening process to locate the best qualified tenant possible for your property.
Coordinate Move-In of New Tenant
Your Property Manager Will:
Prepare all rental and lease agreements utilizing North Carolina Association of Realtors approved forms.
Meet with your new tenant and ensure all agreements have been properly executed and initial rental payments and security deposits are paid prior to his or her move-in.
Have your tenant complete and sign a “Statement of Condition” report verifying the condition of the property at the time of his or her move-in.
Instruct your tenant regarding rental payment terms and required property maintenance.
The Management Process
Your Property Manager will promptly collect the rental proceeds from your tenant at the beginning of each month.
Your tenant will be provided with 24-hour emergency repair services
Our in-house Maintenance Coordinator will oversee the day to day maintenance needs of your property. He will utilize our extensive network of contractors, vendors, and handymen to efficiently fulfill our commitment to you and your tenant of quality and affordable repair and maintenance services.
Routine property inspections are performed by your Property Manager and our Maintenance Coordinator.
If your tenant’s rent is not received by the 6th day of the month, late fees will be assessed and late payment notifications will be processed and delivered. If warranted, basic eviction proceeding will be initiated and processed through the small-claims court system by your Property Manager.
Your Property Manager will aggressively promote lease renewal offerings in anticipation of expiring leases and process documentation as needed.
Upon receipt of a required 60 day move-out notice, your Property Manager will notify you of an anticipated vacancy and create a marketing plan to release the property. The property will be inspected to identify any needed repairs. The vacating tenant will be properly notified and held responsible for repair expenses, beyond normal wear and tear.