5 Reasons All County® Should Manager your Property

by COL(R) Scott Glascock MPM® RMP®

5 Reasons All County Should Manage your Property: Managing your investment property yourself means a lot of work. From tenant screening to preparing lease documents, you’ll be busy. But don’t let the idea of all this work prevent you from investing in rental property and securing a good course of passive income. Instead, consider hiring a property management company. Here are 5 reasons All County should manage your investment property.
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How to Have Good Tenant Communication

How to Have Good Tenant Communication: To be successful as a landlord, you need good communication with your tenants. Even if you take the time to select responsible tenants, constant communication is important. They will have maintenance issues, and possibly even maintenance emergencies. They will have life changes that also require lease changes, like marriage or getting a pet. If your tenant is redeployed or dies, you’ll need to replace your tenants sooner than you expected. Continue reading →

One Week for a Property Manager
Every week, the folks at All County® work hard for our owners and residents. Emergency phone calls come in at all hours. We receive requests for maintenance, schedule the jobs, and check up on the repairs. We rent new properties and advertise the properties we have. Here are some of the things that happen in one week for a property manager. Continue reading →
Can you trust your property manager?

If you trust your property manager, you’re set. You know that he will take care of your property, so it retains it’s value. You know you’ll have tenants paying you, and those tenants are good people. You know you can access your account at any time to check on your investment. But how do you know if you can trust your property manager? Continue reading →

10 Steps to Prepare your Rental Property for Cold Weather

It’s fall, and we can look forward to turning leaves, trick-or-treating, and football weather. But a long with the good comes the work, especially if you own a rental property.  If you don’t have a good property manager working for you, it’s important to inspect your rental property before cold weather comes. If things are not prepared, damage and safety issues can cause you and your tenant problems. Safety issues can endanger your tenant’s health, as well. Make sure you take at least the following 10 Steps to prepare your rental property for cold weather before the 1st freeze hits your neighborhood. Continue reading →

Property Manager's Responsibility to Protect the Public

All County® Colorado Springs takes property management seriously. We study and enforce the standards of professionalism expected in our field. Here are the property management standards of professionalism that we take an oath to follow. The 1st article of the property management standards of professionalism addresses the property manager’s responsibility to protect the public. Continue reading →

2 Organic Ways to Control Ants

Ants.  No matter where we live, we all combat these unwanted invaders.  Here at All County® Colorado Springs Property Management, we keep our properties safe from ants organically whenever we can, using home remedies. This not only keeps the environment safe, but protects our tenants’ children and pets. Here are 2 organic ways to control ants. Continue reading →