North Houston Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your North Houston Rental Property
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive porfolio of single family homes, townhouses, and condos in the North Houston area.
What we do as your property manager:
- We will evaluate your property and make recommendations
- We promptly collect all rents
- We inspect the property every time a tenant moves in or moves out
- We manage tenant & landlord relations
- We evict, if necessary
- We provide you with itemized online financial statements
- Annually, we will review the current lease and offer recommendations
- We provide you with quarterly property inspections with photos using Happy Inspector!
- We maintain all repair records
- We manage and account for all security deposits in our escrow account
- We provide our residents the ability to pay rent online, request repairs and access their statements
- We provide online access for landlord statements
- We establish utilities whenever the property is vacant
- We provide seasonal services
- 24 Hour emergency services
- Cleanout and housecleaning services
- We provide reasonably priced handyman services
- We will market your property for new tenancies via MLS, Craigslist, Freerentalsite.com, Homes.com, Realtor.com,
- We will prescreen any perspective tenants
Frequently Asked Questions
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How long does the process take?
Once the completed application is received & paid and all the supporting documentation has been received, an applicant will receive a decision within 2 business days. Complete the application attaching additional required information.
North Houston Area Information
The city's major sports teams were using outdated stadiums and threatened to leave. Eventually, the Houston Oilers did so after several threats. The city built Enron Field, now Minute Maid Park for the Houston Astros. Reliant Stadium was erected for the NFL expansion team Houston Texans.
Tropical Storm Allison devastated many neighborhoods as well as interrupted all services within the Texas medical center for several months with flooding in June 2001. At least 17 people were killed around the Houston area when the rainfall from Allison that fell on June 8 and 9 caused the city's bayous to rise over their banks. In October 2001 Enron, a Houston-based energy company, got caught in accounting scandals, ultimately leading to collapse of the company and its accounting firm Arthur Andersen, and the arrest and imprisonment of several executives. In 2002, the University of Houston celebrated its 75th anniversary with an enrollment of 34,443 that fall semester. At the same time, the University of Houston System celebrated its 25th anniversary with a total enrollment of over 54,000. The new international Terminal E at George Bush Intercontinental Airport opened with 30 gates in 2003. The Toyota Center, the arena for the Houston Rockets opened in fall 2003. METRO put in light rail service on January 1, 2004. Voters have decided by a close margin (52% Yes to 48% No) that METRO's light rail shall be expanded. In 2004, Houston unveiled the first Mahatma Gandhi statue in the state of Texas at Hermann Park. In the aftermath of the Hurricane Katrina disaster, about 200,000 New Orleans residents resettled in Houston. Six Flags Astroworld, Houston's only large theme park, closed in 2005. Houston's Indian American Community were cheerful after 10 years, in 2010, when the Hillcroft and Harwin area were renamed Mahatma Gandhi District in honor of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi as that area is the center of Indian commerce.
In January 2010, Annise Parker became the first openly gay mayor of a large American city upon her inauguration as Houston's mayor.