Austin Property Management Blog

121 Wind Flower Lane for Lease in Liberty Hill!

System - Tuesday, October 8, 2019

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Tips for Hiring the Right Austin Property Management Company

System - Monday, September 30, 2019

Aiming to hire an Austin property manager for your rental property(s)? If you’re someone who can’t drop everything you're doing at the ring of your phone for your tenant you are making a great choice! Be sure to keep the following points in mind so when choosing your Austin property manager you’ll know what to look for.

Tip #1 – Verify the manager’s experience

When looking for an Austin property manager you need to look for one with experience in the market. Your property(s) are investments that you intend on having for years to come and hiring a property manager with the right experience can help ensure the longevity of your property. You can screen your property manager in a couple of ways. You can always check the Texas Real Estate Commission to check their licenses & certifications. Asking the company for references can help you get in touch with the people they currently work for and let you get an idea of how they’ll treat you as the property owner. Another good way to get an idea of how an Austin property manager operates is to read the reviews left for the company online. This helps you see how both owners AND tenants view the prospective property management company.  

Tip #2 – Inquire about the properties they manage and if what they specialize in works for you

Before hiring any property manager in Austin, Texas, you’ll want to make sure they are a great fit to manage a property like yours. Some property managers specialize in multi-family properties while some only focus on single-family or even HOA accounts. Once you have an idea of the types of properties your ideal company manages you should get a few addresses of the homes they manage and drive by them to have a look at them. Are they in rent-able condition? Is the property being treated properly? Doing so will give you an idea of how well they care for the properties they manage and whether or not you’d be comfortable having them manage your home.

Tip #3 – Are you hiring a team or a single party?

The last thing you’ll want to be sure of when exploring the idea of property management is that you are hiring a full property management team for your home and not just a ‘do-it-all’ single-party. Great property management companies in Austin will have their companies compartmentalized into different departments that are readily available to handle every aspect of your home – accounting, leasing, customer service, maintenance, etc. Having a team behind your back can help ensure any issues are addressed in a timely manner and all parties involved remain satisfied.

To learn what a leader in Austin property management can provide you and your rental properties give Stone Oak Property Management a call today at 512.617.6766. If you’re interested in renting out your home in Austin, Texas we’d be happy to show you how much rent you can earn!

1513 Lorraine Loop for rent in Austin, Texas

System - Thursday, September 5, 2019

1513 Lorraine Loop, Austin, TX 78758

1,169 SF | 2 Bed | 2 Bath

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Leander Home for Rent: 1800 Ficuzza Way

System - Friday, August 23, 2019

1800 Ficuzza Way, Leander, TX 78641

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Leander Home for Lease: 2601 Etta May Lane

System - Wednesday, August 21, 2019

2601 Etta May Lane, Leander, TX 78641

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Bee Cave, TX Home Available for Lease!

System - Friday, August 16, 2019

16025 La Rosa Drive, Bee Cave, TX 78738

Bee Cave Homes for Rent

317 Norcia Loop for Lease in Liberty Hill, Texas

System - Thursday, August 15, 2019

317 Norcia Loop, Liberty Hill, TX 78642

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Austin Real Estate Agents Can Earn $300+ For Property Management Referrals

Grant Williams - Tuesday, August 6, 2019

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Texas Real Estate Agents Can Refer Their Clients and Earn Money for Each Client & Property with Stone Oak Property Management

Being a real estate agent in Austin, Texas you may come across clients you work with when buying/selling a home that are in need of a property management solution for their property(s). You always want the best for your clients and the property management company you refer them too will reflect upon you. With Stone Oak, our #1 priority is owner satisfaction. When you refer your clients to our property management company you can earn $300 for the first property referred + $100 for each additional property they bring to our portfolio of rental homes under management here in Austin. 

The best part? Your clients remain your clients. We'll assist them with the duration of their property management needs and once they decide to sell the home in the future you'll be the first person we contact to kick the listing back to you! It's that simple. 

With Stone Oak Property Management, you can rest assured your clients needs are taken care of and their home is in great hands and that once it's time for you to step back in the home will be in the same if not better condition and ready to sell! Learn more about our Austin property management referral program.

Austin, TX Home for Lease: 5313 Park at Woodlands

Grant Williams - Monday, August 5, 2019

5313 Park at Woodlands Drive, Austin, TX 78724

Austin Homes for Rent

Round Rock, TX Home for Rent: 3101 Maurine Drive

Grant Williams - Wednesday, July 31, 2019

3101 Maurine Drive, Round Rock, TX 78665

Round Rock, TX Rental Home

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