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5 Things to Consider Before Purchasing Investment Property In Phoenix Arizona

  Phoenix Housing Market Recovery – according to a new report  released Tuesday by Zillow, (Aug 1, 2012) “…the Phoenix housing marketing is far outpacing anywhere else in the country. With home values across the U.S. posting their first year-long increase since 2007, the Phoenix area home prices have increased 12.1% in the second quarter of 2011 to the second quarter of 2012. Phoenix is benefitting from high demand for homes from investors, mainstream buyers…” If you’re thinking about investing in Phoenix metro real estate as an investment here are a few quick tips to keep in mind.   1. Is the property located in a rental friendly area? Areas where there is high crime or high traffic can be less appealing for some people and may reduce your target market. Let our advisors educate you on areas that rent for higher prices and rent more consistently than others. Expertise in this area can be the deciding factor between a successful investment and a money pit. 2. Is there deferred maintenance on the property? Deferred maintenance can be more expensive than you think. How will you assess the cost? We perform this analysis for free for our investors. 3. Are there HOA covenants or city restrictions that would limit the property use? If a multi unit, does each unit have a certificate of occupancy required by the city? All HOA covenants should be reviewed as some are very restrictive. Not checking this may cost you serious dollars. 4. Is the layout functional for long term habitation? Make sure the bedrooms can fit a queen size bed and dresser. The property should allow plenty of natural light. A minimum of 2 bathrooms ensures standard...

5 Tips For Choosing A Property Management Company In Phoenix, AZ

   With home prices getting a recent boost, single family homes in Phoenix and surrounding areas continue to make investment sense as rental properties. However, as cost of owning rises, an efficiently managed property becomes increasingly important. Choosing a property management company that will properly manage your rental property can be difficult. The following tips will help you make the right decision.   1. Choose a company that is knowledgeable of the local market  Making sure the property management company that you are using knows the local rental market is must! Knowledge of the local market means that your property manager knows what renters are looking for. If your property management company is a good one, they will think of the property as if they were a renter. Making smart and cost conscious recommendations to the owner that will increase overall return while improving the property so that it becomes more desirable, will help increase rental rates, lower turnover and decrease vacancy. Your property management company should make sure that your property always stays competitive in the leasing market. 2. Set up a meeting with the property manager and make a plan  If the property management company you are choosing is a good one, they will set up a meeting with all new property owners and make a game plan. Getting to know your property manager will help improve the interaction and can give both the owner and the property manager a good idea of how they will work to improve the return for that property. Each property plan is different and is based on the goals, plans, and budgets of the...

Top 5 ways a Property Manager in Phoenix Saves You Money

1. Getting the most rent for your property – As a property owner, you likely have a number in mind that’s your ideal target for rent.  The problem with approaching rent from that stand point is that you may shoot too high and overprice your property, making it difficult to find a good renter and increasing your vacancy time. Of course, if you shoot to low on rent, you’ll easily fill the space but you’ll be losing money. 2. Reducing Vacancies – A skilled property manager understands the different advertising mediums in which to place listings as well as other channels that can bring quality renters.  The average owner or landlord can take around 60 to 90 days to fill a vacant unit whereas an experienced property manager in Phoenix can – on average – fill a vacancy within 30 days. 3. Quality Renters – A property owner can lose a significant amount of money on rental property with poor quality tenants due to lost rent, eviction costs and damages.  Axis Property Advisors in Phoenix Arizona has access to a variety of resources to effectively and quickly screen candidates in order to find the best quality renter with a higher likelihood of lease renewal and on-time payments. 4. Reduced Maintenance Costs – Depending on the property manager you work with, you may be able to save a great deal on monthly and annual maintenance costs.  Some property management companies have running agreements with contractors that bring reduced rates for services.  Other property managers have staff maintenance crews with service and upkeep included in monthly costs.  With the right property manager, a landlord can save as...