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Main Reasons to Hire a Property Manager in the San Diego/Chula Vista Area

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Today, we are talking about some of the main features and benefits to hiring a professional property manager. It’s a common objection we hear – management fees cost too much. But, when you think about it, this is similar to having car insurance. No one likes to pay for insurance. We aren’t planning on getting into an accident. But, we wouldn’t cancel our car insurance to save an extra $100 a month.

Hiring a Management Company for Rental Property

When you have a property manager, we are your insurance policy. We are your seatbelt. You probably drove for years and years before they started handing out tickets for not wearing your seatbelt. You may have had an accident and lived to tell about it. For the most part, everybody now in our modern day and age sees the benefit of wearing a seatbelt. We are your seatbelt. We are here day in and day out, updating our rental contracts and staying aware of the changing laws from one year to the next. We know what’s required of you as a property owner. We earn our paycheck based on our level of experience, our response times, and the overall time between tenants.

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Having us in place will cost you less over time than it would if you self-manage on your own. It sounds crazy, but if you drive for a couple of years and you don’t have an accident and you didn’t pay for car insurance – you got away with it. But, if you got into a really bad accident, and people got hurt and you didn’t have insurance – you’d be in a world of hurt. We want to avoid that. We are licensed, insured, and bonded. We have you covered.

If you’d like to learn more about Chula Vista property management, please contact us at Noble Real Estate Services. We’d love to tell you more about how we can protect you from liability and actually help you earn more money on your investment in the end.

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