Sherwood Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your Sherwood Area Rental Property
Rather than trying to beat everyone else's price, we focus on beating everyone else's service! We offer a full range of management services for a reasonable price and our actions speak for themselves. In most cases our fees are more than offset by our ability to obtain higher rents, less delinquency, and faster turn around of vacating units. Plus, who better to manage your rental property than someone who is also a rental property owner? Relax and enjoy your other life activities without wondering what that next phone call from your tenant will bring.
What We Do As Your Sherwood Property Manager
We determine your property's status in the market to establish a fair market rental value. We also offer a survey of recommended repairs so you will receive the maximum rent while minimizing your liability exposure.
We utilize all available resources and state of the art internet technology to advertise vacancies including this and other web sites, yard signage and referrals. The leasing commission of 1/2 of one month's rent allows us to offer a co-broker fee on the MLS for Rentals network of licensed real estate agents thereby expanding the pool of those actively working to secure a quality tenant.
Our rental/lease application is designed to obtain complete information on each applicant. References are checked through credit reports, criminal reports, former landlords and employers.
A detailed Condition of Premises form is completed and digital pictures record the property at both tenant move-in and again at move-out. All legal means are used to hold the tenant financially responsible for any damages beyond normal wear and tear.
Comprehensive Legal Forms:
To offer you maximum protection, our leases are based on years of experience and comply with all state and federal laws.
Rent Collection & Eviction:
Our rent collection policy is fair but firm. We take quick action to protect your interest should delinquencies occur. In the event legal eviction is necessary we can handle all aspects of the process.
Security Deposit Accounting:
As required by Arkansas Law, the tenant's security deposit is held in an escrow account registered with the Arkansas Real Estate Commission until the tenant vacates the property and the timely completion of the disposition of deposit.
Comprehensive Accounting Services:
Our accounting and record keeping systems are totally computerized with state-of-the-art software and hardware for accuracy and efficiency. We electronically deposit proceeds directly into your checking account and you access a monthly statement detailing all activity on your property. At year-end you are provided with complete information for income tax purposes.
We handle ALL maintenance requests from tenants and are on call for emergency repairs 24 hours a day utilizing our pool of qualified and reasonably priced service providers. There is a nominal fee for coordination of repairs which covers all aspects from bidding to confirmation of completed work to vendor payment.
Upon request our Clients also receive a FREE complete insurance review and a FREE termite inspection.
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Sherwood Area Information
Sherwood is a city in central Arkansas just north of North Sherwood (Pulaski County). In 1990, Sherwood was named the fastest-growing town in Arkansas, in terms of both population and area, as it has annexed land many times over the years.
Sherwood began in the late 1800s as a small farming community known as Sylvan Hills. Few families lived there until the early 1900s. For many years, they had no running water, electricity, or utilities. Around 1923, the first running water was carried through pipes from three springs on a farm belonging to the Koehler family. Many descendants of their family still live on Koehler Lane in Sherwood. The oldest standing home in Sherwood is probably the house at 829 Koehler Lane, which was built for Paul Koehler in 1927.
On April 22, 1948, Sherwood was officially incorporated as a town. Mayor Hal P. Lacoste and the first town council were elected on July 10. A special census held that September found a population of 714 people—352 males and 362 females. There were 194 dwelling units. The first town hall was a 16' x 16' army surplus building, which was purchased for less than $100. To pay for it, the Home Demonstration Clubs sponsored a Miss Sherwood contest. The town hall building was on the corner of Sherwood and Delmont avenues, which was once called Triangle Park and is now Delmont Park.
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