Find out Why WE Are the Area's First Choice for Management!
Did you ever ask yourself these questions:
1) "How can a management company with 1 employee service my property?" 2) "How can you guarantee to service the maintenance needs of my property if you do not have any maintenance technicians on staff?" 3) "If the management fee seems too good to be true, where are they cutting costs to give me this price? (Tenant Satisfaction? Property Maintenance? Vital Management Services?) 4) "Why am I paying the same price for a smaller company that has less overhead, less staff, less services, and less experience? If their costs are so much lower, where is the rest of the money going? (In their pockets? While my investment suffers?)
The plain truth is that you cannot cut corners and still maintain a good, positive, cash flowing investment. No matter what they promise you, if the price of the services promised is not sustainable, then it is not a "good deal" no matter how small the initial up front costs. It will cost you more in the long run!
Husky Property Management, a veteran owned and operated business, has over 10 yrs of successfully managing properties in the Watertown and Ft Drum areas of New York.
We attribute our success to a culture built on teamwork. We firmly believe that property management is a business best conducted by trained professionals. To that end, we provide our community managers, leasing consultants and maintenance personnel with ongoing training programs that keep them on the cutting edge of their specialty. Be it technical maintenance skills, housing law, tax credit or marketing, our employees regularly participate in training that facilitates the efficient and effective operation of our properties. Additionally, all of our Leasing Agents and Community Managers are New York Licensed Real Estate Salespersons, which is required by law. It is a criminal offense to practice real estate without a license.
We believe that well-managed and maintained properties create friendly and peaceful communities of good neighbors. From our application process to our management strategies, we look at residents as neighbors and strive to meet their needs and encourage long-term tenancy.
Our dedication to the success of our clients and employees enables us to protect, maintain and grow our clients' investments.
Property Management involves attending to a host of issues big and small, and the simplest things can get overlooked. We attend to all the details including changes in the Landlord-Tenant Laws.
A property manager is important to you because it allows you to take the time and worry you spend on your properties, and dedicate it elsewhere. Whether it be new investments, business ventures, spending more time with family, new hobbies, or taking trips. HPM will add to your overall quality of life.
Husky Property Management offers property management of large multi-family developments (400+ Units), mid-sized multi-family (100-400 units), small multi-family (1-99 units), and single family homes.
When you trust Husky Property Management to manage your property, we provide the following services:
Budgeting and Financial Monitoring Capital Improvement/Rehabilitation Project Management Cutting Edge Management Computing Solutions Employee Training Human Resources Internal Accounting Internal Compliance Monitoring IT Support Monthly Owner Reports & Financials Onsite Management and Maintenance Attention to Detail Concerned and Caring Managers
Call Today for your FREE - NO OBLIGATION consultation! Compare our services with anyone and you will see that you get more Value for your money at Husky PM!
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