When you're looking for outstanding, service-oriented property management in Atlanta and the surrounding areas, consider us at Platinum Property Management. Our business is driven by the relationships we establish and maintain with our owners, investors, tenants, and partners. In short, we put people first.
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If you are diligent and follow the procedures, you can typically get through the majority of the eviction process within 30 days, depending on things like the communication with the tenant, the county and your attention to detail. The most important thing to remember when evicting a tenant is to do everything by the book and get the process started early. You can always work with the tenant to resolve things outside of court or to catch up with rent, but if you can start the process early, you can prevent it from getting too costly or time consuming. Read More »
Maintenance tends to be the number one point of contention between a landlord and a management company. If there’s going to be an issue, it will usually happen during a requested repair issue. Make sure you understand and agree with how your management company handles and performs maintenance on your behalf. Client retention is our main objective and our maintenance policies reflect that. Read More »
Back in 2007, before the market crash, we noticed the Alpharetta property management industry had a lack of professional service. So, we started this company as a side venture, not knowing what was going to happen in 2008. We haven’t looked back since. Today, we’re talking about some of the best reasons to work with us. Read More »
Preventative property maintenance can save you thousands of dollars in major repairs down the road. Consider property inspections and preventative maintenance as your long term solution to ongoing rental property maintenance. There is additional income to loose if your home is vacant due to maintenance repairs. Read More »
Unfortunately, disputes often arise when a tenant defines a deduction as wear and tear while a landlord considered it damage. Many of these types of disputes are minimized and often avoided if there is a pictorial timeline during the tenancy. Platinum Property Management manages and archives inspection pictures and reports, providing the landlord and the tenant with a pictorial timeline. Read More »
There's no doubt that winter weather is just around the corner. As an Atlanta landlord, you may think of fall and winter maintenance at your rental property as raking leaves and tending to flower beds. However, fall is the best time to prepare your rental home for winter weather. Most homeowners take care of the maintenance on their personal home; it’s a matter of pride for most of us. We know it doesn’t take long for small problems to become big, expensive problems. Be sure to include these routine home maintenance items for your rental home this fall. Read More »
Craigslist Rental Scams have been around for a long time. Scammers seem to have the ability to quickly adapt to changes in the rental market and stay one step ahead of their victims. It is unfortunate that many professional Atlanta landlords and property managers do not adapt as quickly. This gap is getting larger and leaving you and your investment property at risk. This Atlanta Craigslist Ad is currently running as of November 2, 2016. Advertising "novelty" social security cards, bank statements, rental references, payroll and much more. (see list below) quoted from the ad Read More »
It's no secret, Atlanta is a hot rental market. Home sales continue to fall and the demand for quality rental homes increase. Many homeowners that are not able to sell their house are turning to Atlanta Property Management to find a quality tenant and reap the benefits of renting their home. Contact us for your free rental evaluation today! Read More »
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