Are you tired of those texts from your tenants about every little thing going wrong in YOUR home? OR Are you hesitant to buy a rental property because you are worried you will be annoyed or unsure of how to handle things? NextHome Realty Solutions BCS offers full-service, boutique property management services!
We work with property owners in all stages of the real estate investor cycle. From first-time investors, investors with large portfolios, or investors who want to no-longer self-manage.
We offer a wide range of services to take the hassle out of investment property ownership, including:
- Managing finances and bookkeeping
- Marketing and advertising your property
- Screening tenants and preparing lease agreements
- Regular inspections to ensure your property is well-maintained
What makes NextHome property management different?
Your Strategy in Mind
What kind of investor are you? Where do you rank on the uncertainty avoidance scale? Many traditional property management companies assume their owners want to do the least amount of repairs, but attempt to keep tenants by not increasing their rent or only providing a slight increase. OR they assume the owner will not want to improve the property to attempt to earn higher rental incomes. We communicate extensively with our owners and tenants to find out what they are looking for, how we can improve, and what are they looking for in their current or next home. We take a progressive approach and want our owners to make informed decisions on their capital expenditures on their properties.
Meet the Property Management Team
Jennifer Jennings, REALTOR®
Gini Howerton, REALTOR®
Director of Operations
Ryan Boyle, MS, REALTOR®
Property Management Portfolio Analyst
Considering NextHome to manage your property?
- Christy Roberson (Buyer)
- Deryni Steubing
- margaret little (attorney)
- Mimi Willmann
- Joanna Butenko (Butenko family)
- Kim Sauceda
- Cynthia Beatty
- Beryl Rogers
- Kim Labar (Retail Supervisor)
- Brian Roberson (Teacher)
- John D Phinney
- James Conley (Retired)
- Ty Cope (Educator)