Orange and Surrounding Regions Property Management
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MacDoc Property Management LLC is a full service management company, servicing Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania, Manassas, Woodbridge, Ruther Glen, Orange, King George and other surrounding cities. We provide you with quality service, peace of mind, attention to detail, and the professionalism needed to maintain your investment. With our experience and education, we are fully equipped with the knowledge necessary to help you navigate through the current real estate market and maximize the most profit from your investment property.
MacDoc Property Management OVERVIEW
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MacDoc Property Management LLC provides the following services:
Professional Advertising of Rental Properties
Your rental property is posted on our website, MRIS, Craigslist, Trulia, Zillow, realtor.com, social media, and many other marketing websites.
Placement of "For Rent" signs on vacant properties.
Tenants Carefully Screened
Verification of current and past rental history.
Credit & Background checks
Unlawful Detainer (eviction) checks.
Employment income verification.
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Market analysis – constantly evaluating the current market in order to rent your property at the highest possible value.
Security Deposit and Rent collection
Owner paid rental income by ACH Deposit or live check
Owner financial statement available to view anytime online
Prepare/ratify lease and addendums.
Collect first month rent and security deposit
Perform move-in inspections reports with photos.
Send lease renewal notice 90 days prior to ending date
Notify Owner when tenant gives notice to vacate and start marketing property.
Send tenant letter outlining move-out requirements and guidelines for return of security deposit.
Set appointment with tenant for move-out inspection reports.
Conduct detailed move-out inspection reports and provide to owner with photos.
Complete security deposit reconciliation – tenant is charged for all items they should be held liable for, including damages above normal wear and tear, cleaning, unpaid rent and other charges.
Contact owner on condition of property and suggested work needed to be done for next "rent ready".
Complete coordination of turnaround work following move-out, including turning utilities on so maintenance can be performed and property can be shown.
In-House Maintenance Team with Maintenance Coordinator contacting tenant within 4 hours of request during business hours.
24-hour emergency service via online or phone with immediate response.
Owner informed via email of maintenance request and kept updated on progress of maintenance performed.
Bill tenant for repairs that are determined to be their responsibility.
Move-in/move-out inspections reports at tenant turnover.
Bi-Annual interior inspections – allowing for preventive maintenance to be done before small maintenance problems become big costly repairs.
Periodic drive-by exterior inspections.
Visual interior/exterior inspections during maintenance jobs.
Online Account Access
Property financial reports available anytime online.
Maintenance reports/inspections/invoices all uploaded to your account for viewing.
Lease and other documentation uploaded to your account for anytime viewing.
Year-end 1099 statements for tax purposes.
Orange and Surrounding Regions Area Information
Orange is a town in, and county seat of, Orange County, Virginia, United States. The population was 4,721 at the 2010 census, representing a 14.5% increase since the 2000 census. Orange is 28 miles (45 km) northeast of Charlottesville, 88 miles (142 km) southwest of Washington, D.C., and 4 miles (6 km) east of James Madison's plantation of Montpelier.
This area of the Piedmont was occupied by Siouan-speaking peoples at the time of European encounter. Tribes located in coastal areas generally spoke Algonquian languages.
The present-day Town of Orange was known as the Town of Orange Court House prior to the late 19th century. Following the establishment of Culpeper County from a part of Orange County in 1749, the courthouse was relocated to Orange Court House from elsewhere in the county. The court convened in the house of man named Timothy Crosthwait until 1752; after Crosthwait deeded the two acres to the county, it constructed a new courthouse on the property. The town at that time consisted of the courthouse and its related public buildings, a few houses and stores, a tavern and little else. The first U.S. Post Office was constructed in the town in 1796. In 1801–1804 the courthouse was replaced with a new building, clerk’s office and, later, a new jail. Source From Wikipedia
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