Edwards Property Management
Let Us Manage Your Wake Forest Rental Property
The Edwards Companies provides property management services through Edwards Property Management, in the Wake Forest, NC and Triangle area for an array of single family and multi-family residential third-party owners. Our company places the highest value on delivering complete customer satisfaction through a totally service-oriented approach to marketing, management, and maintenance.
Managing Your Most Important Assets
The Edwards Companies was formed with the belief that only a focused, specialized management organization can best serve our residents and clients. In other words, we aren’t looking to serve a lot of people well. We choose to be exceptional for the select market we serve.
A Sharper Focus
How do we do it? First, we serve only a limited geographical region. In this way, we maximize operational efficiencies that, in turn, allow us to deliver an extraordinary level of service and unparalleled attention to detail. Then, we select only those residents, partners, and assets that correlate well with our core values.
Commitment to Service
But our efforts don’t end there. Our mission is to deliver a level of service unmatched in our industry. Therefore, we maintain open lines of communication and continuously seek feedback from our partners. This feedback serves as an engine for growth and continual improvement. It is how we go from an extraordinary promise to exceeding expectations.
What we do as your Wake Forest Property Manager
- Fill vacancies
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Background and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service repair
- Rent collection
- Coordinate Evictions
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Our Monthly Management Fees
8% of one month's rent or a minimum of $75.00
Our Tenant Placement Fee
50% of one month's rent or a minimum of $500.00 (Lease Fee)
Our Services in Detail
Our team is fully qualified in the analysis of local property values, neighborhoods and rental markets to advise you on appropriate rental fees for your property. We are thoroughly trained and experienced in the inspection of every kind of investment property, from single-family homes to multifamily dwellings.
The single goal of marketing is to produce positive results. Our approach is intelligent, thorough, and aggressive. Strategic planning, customer service, and targeted marketing are the catalyst for the above-market occupancy levels enjoyed by The Edwards Companies and Edwards Property Management. Our marketing techniques reflect a team concept and showcase our extensive property marketing experience. Utilizing a combination of traditional and web-based resources, The Edwards Companies and Edwards Property Management marketing is innovative, planned, and consistent.
Tenant Screening & Selection
We take professional pride in finding qualified and quality tenants for your property. In the past few years we have maintained an average vacancy of less than two weeks. All prospective tenants are screened by our staff and must perform a detailed application process that involves contacting current and past landlords; credit and criminal background checks; and income-financial verification.
Rent Collection & Dispersal
Rents are collected by the fifth day of each month. Rental proceeds and late fees are paid on a predetermined date. In the event of late payments, collection practices are started promptly and evictions, should they be necessary, are handled in a timely and efficient manner to reduce the chance of difficult or costly situations.
Each month you will receive a detailed income and expense report. At the end of the year you are provided with a comprehensive statement for your tax records. You always know exactly where you stand regarding income and expenses.
Wake Forest Area Information
In 1820, Dr. Calvin Jones, originally from New England, bought 615 acres (2.49 km2) of forested land in Wake County, North Carolina. The sparsely populated area became known as the Forest of Wake, or Wake Forest. Jones sold his farm to the North Carolina Baptist Convention for $2,000, who opened the Wake Forest Manual Labor Institute, later Wake Forest College, on the site. The Raleigh & Gaston Railroad, completed in 1840, established a depot in nearby Forestville that stimulated the school and surrounding village. College leaders convinced the railroad to move the depot even closer to the college in 1874, leading to more economic development. This community was incorporated as the "Town of Wake Forest College" in 1880. In 1909, the word "College" was removed from the name of the town. The college moved to the much larger city of Winston-Salem in 1956. Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary began offering classes on the original campus of Wake Forest University in 1950, and occupied the entire campus when the university completed its move. From Wikipedia